15 stunning ways to incorporate a hot tub into your backyard We agree. A hot tub can be an eyesore if it’s just plonked in the corner of your backyard, but incorporating one into some landscaping can quickly turn your backyard into a personal oasis. Check out these 15 stunning ideas that will inspire you to create … Continued
If you're tight on space, prefer small gatherings or have a tough time sharing your "me time" with anyone else, the smallest models of hot tubs will be a perfect fit for you. The 395 is a true 3-person hot tub, which is hard to find today. Each of these hot tubs is proof that small is beautiful—and can still include at least one lounger!
All the benefits of state-of-the-art self-cleaning and relaxing massage in a compact hot tub that will fit anywhere. Perfect for couples or families with one child, the 395 Gold is a true 3-person hot tub—a rarity in the marketplace. The 30-inch deep model can fit easily through doors and down stairs for those tricky installations.
85" x 65"
30" or 37"
753L or 825L
1,017 or 1,108 kg
Two loungers means double the fun, double the comfort…and a compact hot tub that fits four people without a game of footsie. Thanks to the no-float lounger design, your centre of gravity is low so you stay comfortably anchored in the seat, no matter how much you let go of your stress.
79" x 75"
JETS - PLATINUM MODEL
JETS - GOLD MODEL
This may be our most affordable hot tub, but you still get all the features of more expensive Serenity models, including a lounge seat, comfortable pillows, a variety of individually adjustable stainless steel jets and the "versa massage" hydrotherapy system.
62" x 83.25"
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7 ahhhsome hot tub jets and what they do
Hot tub jets shoot heated water and air out of small holes, offering targeted massage of varying intensities and locations. They relieve tension, ease soreness and melt away stress. Without the jets, a hot tub is little more than a bathtub in your yard. Relaxing, sure, but not ahhhhmazing. Read on for a guide to hot tub jet systems, an explanation of 7 hot tub jets and some shopping advice.
The inside scoop: Our Hydropool review
In 2019 we’ll have been selling Hydropool products at Buds for 40 years. That’s remarkable in itself—that two Canadian companies dedicated to pools and spas have been around long enough to have a relationship lasting four decades—but it also gives us some good insight on which to base a Hydropool review. Full disclosure: we only carry Hydropool hot tubs and swim spas, and we love them. Here’s why.
5 hot tub buying mistakes you don’t want to make
When it comes to buying a hot tub, we’d all just love to fast forward past the decision-making to our first long, luxurious soak—but this is a major purchase, and it’s important to make the right choice. In this article we take you through 5 common mistakes first-time hot tub buyers make and how to avoid them.
Helpful tips for maintaining your hot tub
New hot tub owners: please bring a 1 liter water sample to us before adding any chemicals and/or before entering your hot tub for the first time…
Draining your Hydropool hot tub
Your spa should be drained approximately every 8-12 weeks depending on the size of the spa and the amount of use it gets…
How to safely close your hot tub or swim spa for winter
When one of our customers hadn’t used her hot tub for a single steamy soak over the past three winters, she decided to officially put it to bed for the season and called…
8 things you should never do to your hot tub cover
Ahhh, that new spa cover smell. Whether you’ve just had a new swim spa or hot tub installed or recently replaced a worn out cover, keep it looking and functioning…
Has your hot tub cover bit the dust? Here’s how to tell.
Canada’s weather takes its toll on the vinyl of our hot tub and swimpool covers. The harsh UV rays of the summer sun weaken the material. Winter snow, especially if it starts to melt, can be heavy…
6 simple steps to winter hot tub maintenance (and the best spa season ever)
6 simple steps to winter hot tub maintenance (and the best spa season ever) We did a quick poll here at Buds and by far our favourite spa season is winter. There’s the invigorating contrast between hot water and cold air, the beauty of a snowy view seen from behind the steam, and the relaxation … Continued
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