Running & Servicing

If you are new to the experience of owning your own hot tub or spa, there are probably two things that are foremost in your mind.

You are imagining how relaxing and beneficial it will be to soak in the warm, bubbling water of your new Sundance Spa.

And you are wondering just what you will have to do and how much time you’ll have to spend looking after your spa and keeping it running just as you would like it to.

Well, the good news is that Sundance Spas are all simple and easy to run and maintain. Sundance uses MicroClean filtration systems and CLEARRAY UV water treatment to keep your spa water clean and crystal clear with the minimum of time and effort from you.

Sundance Spas are one of the best insulated hot tub that you can buy and so running costs are kept to a minimum.

Your Sundance dealer will explain what you will need to do in order to keep the water in balance and they will be there with any advice or assistance that you may need.

Here are some of the things that you might want to know about:

Chemicals

Even with CLEARRAY and our superior filtration technology, you will need to add chemicals to your spa water and check the water balance regularly. But it’s not difficult and will take you no more than a few minutes.

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Draining & Filling

Your spa will need to be drained and refilled about once every 2 to 3 months. Once again, it’s a pretty simple job.

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Filtration

Your Sundance Spa has a filter cartridge. What does it do?

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Heating your hot tub

Most people like their spa to be at about 37deg C. How do you get it that warm and keep it that warm?

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Running costs

How much does it cost to run a Sundance Spa? Probably less than you think.

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Servicing

What servicing can you do yourself and when might you want to bring in the professionals?

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Top tips

Some of our Sundance dealers have put together their top tips for looking after your spa.

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Winterising

You can enjoy your spa 365 days a year but if you want to close it down for the winter, this is all you need to do.

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