Whether hiring a hot tub just for a weekend, or purchasing one, you will need to ensure that your hot tub is well maintained and that the spa water is safe and clear.

Warm water harbours bacteria, which is why it is so important to maintain the correct PH level of your spa water. Hot tub water is heated to 102 to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, whereas a swimming pool is typically set to about 82 degrees, presenting a much lower risk to the growth of bacteria.

Any amount of water in the garden is a hazard to children, and often hot tubs are not really seen as a hazard because they are there for fun and enjoyment.

Hot tubs do tend to be a magnet to children whether in use or not, so we have outlined some important safety considerations to ensure your hot tub experience is a memorable one for all the right reasons.

Technological advances in hot tub design means that hot tubs are more energy-efficient than ever before. The HGS Hot Tub range offer clever energy saving features such as ReflectoThermTM Insulation which helps the water to retain heat for longer, so using less electricity.

Find out how hot tubs help improve mental and physical health

Regular hot tub sessions really do improve your mental and physical health! Not only is using a hot tub an enjoyable way to relax, but it also provides a wonderful place to reconnect with friends and family whilst offering an abundance of health benefits too.