Hot Tub Lifestyle

 SUPER BOWL YOUR HOT TUB!!  Submerging yourself in the heated water, surrounded by the massaging jets and your best pals is a great way to watch the Super Bowl. Your Hot Spring Spa gives you the best seat in the house  to catch the action and guarantee everyone a great time. Follow these tips for … Read More

This just in: “Wet wrinkled fingers & toes evolved for a better grip”, say scientists quoted in an article by Sindya N. Bhanoo in the soaking in a hot tub using SilkBalance natural water care for spas & hot tubs absolutely eliminates the prune effect from fingers, toes and any other parts of one’s anatomy. … Read More

10 Things You Should Never Do To Your Hot Tub

We get calls every day from Olympic hot tub customers who want to know what to do for their hot tubs.  The conversation frequently turns to what they didn’t do that led to the reason for their call. So, hot tub owners, in the spirit of the New Year, our Service Center staff has compiled … Read More

Suffer from back pain? The Hot Tub Has Your Back. Start the New Year right and resolve to end your back pain forever. Here’s how: Soaking in warm water with massage jets can ease back pain. Yes, it’s true and verified by millions. Modern research is now confirming what back pain sufferers from Rome to … Read More

Drum roll, please. It’s time for our annual round up of the 10 most popular posts on Hot Tub Bliss for 2012. 10. Our post on a FREE backyard consultation generated a lot of interest. And, why not? Our sales staff went to over 300 customers homes before a hot tub sale to help them … Read More

Happy 2013 Hot Tub Bliss readers! Any New Year’s resolutions out there? If you’re like most people, the answer is yes.  Every year popular resolutions seem to revolve around relaxing, exercising, losing weight, stressing less and spending more time with family. After a nerve-racking holiday season of buying presents, attending parties, traveling, over indulging and … Read More

What’s drinking? A mere pause from  thinking! said Lord Byron. If your senses left you last night and you did over-imbibe, read on for seven tips that will make you feel better faster. The term hangover was originally a 19th century expression describing unfinished business—something left over from a meeting—or “survival.”  In 1904, the meaning … Read More

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