Hot Tub Hire Experts Lurgan Portadown Craigavon

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Melanie Douglas
Excellent service, friendly and professional. Would highly recommend. Hired the Peppa pig castle and the kids loved it... And a few adults. Will definitely be using again. Thanks!!
Megan Metcalfe
booked out a hot tub over the weekend and it was top class. was huge and the quality of the hot tub and the gazibo were second to none. the service that sean provided was amazing. not only did he respond to a query on a saturday morning about how to change the water but he came round and did it for us. cant recommend him enough. not to mention the price was for nothing considering the fun we had all weekend. brilliant service. we will be back to do it again next summer
We got the peppa pig castle for a birthday party and couldn't fault it in any with a smile, great friendly professional service would definitely be using them again...highly recommended...
Kieran Mulholland
First Class service.. Castle in top condition and the customer service to go with it is brilliant. castle delivered on time and set up in no time. couldn't recomend highly enough.
Used a few times and will continue to use! Very good service, friendly and great prices!
Our Price: £130.00
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Tips for Staying Safe & Healthy in the Hot Tub this Summer

With summer holidays still hanging in the balance, enjoying hot tub hire in the comfort of your own home is the ideal way to relax and appreciate some quality time without the need for the beach. Here are some top tips for staying safe and healthy in the hot tub this summer.

Cleaning and Disinfecting

Before using your hot tub, always make sure that it has been thoroughly cleaned and disinfected. It is easy for dirt and bacteria to contaminate hot tub water due to the higher temperatures, which can result in uncomfortable rashes and even e-coli. Always drain and replace hot tub water regularly to prevent microbes growing, along with cleaning out the filter weekly and wiping the hot tub down after each use. Chlorine bromine is the most commonly used hot tub cleaner, so be sure you are using the correct amount to maintain the right pH levels for your hot tub too.

Shower First

Just as you would have a shower before using a jacuzzi at the gym or on holiday, having a shower before you step into the hot tub is essential. This will help to ensure that no dirt or germs that may be lingering on your skin will then end up getting transferred to the hot tub water.

Slippery Surfaces

It's not just the water in your hot tub that could pose a health and safety risk, but the area surrounding it can also be dangerous too without due care and attention. Whether your hot tub is on a patio, decking or grassy area, make sure to watch your step. Losing your grip when stepping out of the hot tub can easily see you slipping and injuring yourself. Equally, rushing to run into a warm hot tub on a cooler evening can also end with falling over if you aren't taking care of potentially slippery surfaces.

Be Aware of Children

Some parents may be happy for older children to use the hot tub too. In these cases, it is very important to keep a close eye on them, just as you would at the swimming pool or on the beach. Even in very shallow depths, children can be at risk of accidental drowning, so if you want to enjoy a family hot tub experience, always be aware of what your children are doing. It is advisable not to let them go underwater in a hot tub and to ensure they're not overheating either, as hot tub water can get rather warm. As well as keeping a close eye on children in the hot tub, it is also a good idea to have some water or juice nearby to avoid younger users getting dehydrated.

Don't Get Too Hot

When it comes to staying safe and healthy with your hot tub, it is important to make sure the water isn't getting too hot. The average human body temperature will be between 35-37 degrees at any given time, so heating the water to 38 degrees is the usual recommended temperature. Most hot tubs will only allow you to heat the water to a maximum level of 40 degrees, but with hot summer weather, this can be far too hot for most users. Instead, try to keep your hot tub at a comfortable 38 degrees during the hotter months if you still want to feel the heat, or go as low as 26 degrees if you want to enjoy a more refreshing, cooler temperature experience.

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