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Hot Tub Hire

Hot Tub hiring Terms and Conditions

Regarding the situation with COVID 19, our terms and conditions of hiring a hot tub are as follows: Note: It's important to read our guidelines before signing our agreement and committing to a hot tub for your own home or business so that you know what it entails and what you're getting yourself into! Hot tubs come with many specifics and we want to make sure we've covered all our bases so there's no confusion on your end.
  1. Setting up conditions:
- Under no circumstances are you to drill through the earth. If you do and something bad happens, it's your own fault. - You are not allowed to place a hot tub in an area with high traffic, like a hallway or the outside of your house. Chances are, someone will trip over it and hurt themselves. - You must set up a fence around your hot tub to make sure children and pets don't fall in or wander into the area while you're enjoying your hot tub at home. - If you move your hot tub, you must ensure that any new location has an appropriate fence and is safe for children or pets (if applicable) to be around at all times.
  1. Field of use:
- Please use your hot tub exclusively as a place to relax, unwind and enjoy time with your family. Do not use it for any other purpose, such as an office or storage room. - Other than the above-mentioned, you are free to do whatever you like in your hot tub. You may invite friends over, do work in there, and whatever else that's not listed here!
  1. Proper maintenance:
- You must properly maintain your hot tub throughout its duration by making sure there is enough hot tub water and that the water is cleaned regularly (for example, once a week). - You must always ensure that the hot tub is kept at the correct temperature. Though we don't specify what this temperature must be, we suggest that you follow your hot tub's manual for this. - We will not take responsibility for any damages or injuries caused by a lack of proper maintenance on your end.
  1. Payment:
- If payment is not made on time, we have the right to keep your hot tub until payment is made in full, and you will not be allowed another hot tub until it is paid off.
  1. Cancellation:
- If you would like to cancel or end our agreement, please remember that there is a process to doing so. First, you must notify us of your intent to cancel or end our agreement in written form via email. - If the hot tub is in the process of being delivered or transported to your home, then you must wait for it to be delivered before you can cancel your order. - If we end our agreement with you for whatever reason (such as not paying on time), we reserve the right to keep any money paid so far and not give back your deposit. DO’S and DON’TS!!! DO: - Ensure that your hot tub is safe for use and in good physical condition before using it. - Use hot tub as per manufacturer's instructions. CONDITIONS apply including if you turn it on or off. - Help maintain the water quality and chemistry in your hot tub - maintain pH levels at recommended levels by testing regularly, maintaining appropriate chlorination, etc. DON'T: - Use the hot tub while under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. - Leave children unattended in or around the hot tub at any time. - Allow pets access to the spa/hot tub area unless specifically advised by a veterinarian for therapeutic purposes only. - Store items in the hot tub that are not intended to be there. - Reduce the pH of the water - remove any chemicals from it such as chlorine, bromine, etc. without first testing pH levels to ensure safe levels. - Drain the water out of the hot tub bottom without first testing and re-running it through with new hot tub water at least once during a period of no less than 24 hours. The test results may indicate that the spa is losing water too quickly which would result in the low or empty spa (depending on pH levels).

Factors to consider before hiring a hot tub

If you're looking to buy a hot tub and you're not sure which factors to consider before making the investment, we've got just the article for you! Keep reading for all sorts of insider information on how to ensure that your purchase goes smoothly by considering questions like what size of the hot tub will best suit your needs, how often it should be serviced, where would be the best place for it to go in relation to the home's climate, etc.

So check this article out before deciding on whether or not you should invest in a hot tub of your own! We hope this gives some good insight into what might make sense for your situation. Before hiring a Hot Tub you have a few factors to consider...
  1. Do you need Garden Access?- All of our Hot Tubs come with garden access and can be installed anywhere in your garden.
  2. What size Hot Tub do you need? - A small two-person hot tub will be cheaper and easier to move around, but a larger hot tub might be more appealing if you have a big family or want to host lots of friends.
  3. How often do you plan on using your Hot Tub? - If this is going to be an extra-occasional purchase then it's probably not worth spending a lot on a high-end model, but if it’s going to be an everyday thing then the investment might be worth it.
  4. What's an electricity point (indoor or outdoor)? - If you plan on installing the hot tub in your home, then you'll need an electric socket.
  5. Is your tap outside or inside? - If your Hot Tub has to be indoors then you need to think of where you're going to put it.
  6. How long will it take for the Hot Tub to heat up? - This is usually between 30 minutes and 2 hours depending on the model, so try and find out how long the one you want takes because if you want to use it right away, then you might be out of luck.
  7. Does it come with an automatic cleaning system? - This could save you a lot of time, especially if this is not a primary purchase.
  8. Is there a suitable surface? - If you’ve bought a freestanding Hot Tub, then it should be easy to attach a surface to it. However, if you have an inside unit, then think about whether or not you will be able to get the surface and position it properly.
  9. How long have they been selling? - If they have been on the market for quite some time, then there is going to be a good amount of feedback on the quality of the product and services that are offered by the company.
  10. Is there a warranty? - This can make all of the difference in deciding which Hot Tub will suit you best and if something goes wrong, then you can search for reviews regarding this.
  11. How Long To Set Up? - This will depend on how you're going to transport the Hot Tub to your chosen location. Generally, if it's an indoor model, then it should only take a few minutes depending on the size.
  12. Is there any maintenance required? – This is mainly dependent on the model and what kind of chemicals are in the hot tub. If you have natural mineral water or carbon-filled one, then you'll need to check if regular cleaning is required or not.
  13. How Long does it take to heat?- This is how long it takes to get the temperature of the water above 60 degrees Celsius. Depending on the climate you live in, this can vary depending on the size and capacity.
  14. Are there any accessories that come with it – such as cover, air pump, or chemicals/bromine? If so, then it’s always good to see what kind of bonus items you can get for your money.

Conclusion

Ideally, you should have an idea of what you're looking for in a hot tub. The above is a brief summary of what to consider so take your time to get the best deal on one that suits your needs. Good luck in finding the right hot tub for you.
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