It seems so simple. Fill the hot tub with water, turn it on, and, shortly thereafter, enjoy the soothing benefits of the hot tub.
But there’s more to hot tub use than that. Making sure the water is clean is key to preserving the benefits of the hot tub. The pH level of the water is critical to that cleanliness. By measuring the pH level of your hot tub frequently, you can ensure your hot tub remains safe for years of comfort.
Who needs a water filter?
Anyone who wants the clean, fresh taste of water and who prefers not to drink water containing toxic substances needs a water filter.
Water isn’t all the same. The hidden impurities change the taste, the safety, and even the personality of water, so investing in a good quality filter can change an important aspect of your life.
Chemically, it consists of two hydrogen atoms bound to an oxygen atom. Seventy-five percent of the earth’s surface is covered in it. Two-thirds of our bodies are comprised of this substance.
The answer is obviously water, right?
We take water for granted. We expect easy access to water for drinking, cooking and hygiene. Plus, we want it to be affordable, safe and available.
Of course, different locales have different minor water issues. Some towns may use well water, which may require filters at home. People using wells may find they run dry when they have received little rain. But these are minor inconveniences most of the time.