Hot Tub Equipment

Equipment Warranty

Warranty on all equipment will be provided by and vary based on manufacturer of the product.  Please refer to product manual for warranty of each piece of equipment. On all Roberts Hot Tubs equipment please see warranty below: 1 Year manufacturer warranty on all Roberts Hot Tubs equipment: Roberts Hot Tubs warrants our equipment to the original end user, to be free from defects in…

Hot Tub Ionizers

Hot Tub Ionizers Nobody enjoys soaking in a dirty or unhealthy hot tub and owners go to great lengths to ensure an enjoyable and relaxing soaking experience in water that’s as clean, safe and healthy as possible. How do we get our tub and spa water as clean and safe as possible? Simple, by adding chemical sanitizers, pH balancers, oxidizers, clarifiers, calcium boosters, metal removers,…

Proper Hot Tub Filter Cleaning & Maintenance

Proper Hot Tub Filter Cleaning & Maintenance You won’t see Hot Tub Filter Cleaning and Maintenance on anyone’s bucket list, but it’s one of the most important “must-do’s” for hot tub owners. This task isn’t nearly as bad as most people would have you believe, but it can be if you don’t clean and maintain your filter in a regular basis. You can’t have a…

Pumps – The Heart of Your Hot Tub System

When it comes to hot tub systems, no piece of equipment works harder or is depended on more than your pump. Pumps are responsible for water circulation throughout your tub and the entire system. Pumps draw water from the hot tub and pushes it through the heater and filter and back out through the jets. This is just one part of a multi-step process to…

Why Hot Tub Temperatures Max Out at 104 Degrees

Many people question why their spa will only heat to 104 ºF. Throughout history public bathing was done at higher temperatures. Even today, in Japan, many public bath houses have water up to 115 ºF. Hot tubs & spas in the United States, Canada and most parts of the world have been regulated to obtain a maximum temperature of 104 ºF since 1980. On Dec…

Hot Tub Location Guidelines

The most important part of any hot tub installation is proper planning and the first two steps of the planning process are deciding the ideal location for your hot tub and your hot tub equipment. The vast majority of our customers prefer to install their hot tubs outdoors, but our tubs can be installed just as easily inside your home as out. Our Hot Tub…

Hot Tub Equipment Location & Layout

Hot tub and equipment layout The equipment included in our standard Hot Tub system will take up an area that’s approximately 4’ Long by 2’ Wide.  If you add a gas heater, then your footprint can increase to 6’ long by 2’ wide and if you add a heat pump you will need 7'x3'.  If there are walls or an enclosure around the equipment, then…