How to Stock a Hot Tub for Summer

A hot tub can get a little too hot in summer, especially in California. Hot water in a hot tub is not the best option when the sun is beating down and the mercury’s high. Many people are curious about how to store or drain a hot tub in summer.

A one that will ensure your hot tub is ready for fall. This article will answer the question: How to Store a Hot Tub in Summer. To make your life easier, we’ve compiled the top tips and advice for hot tub enthusiasts. Read on if you have a hot tub that you want to keep safe for the summer, while you go to the beach.

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If you have a hot tub, make sure it is fully drained.

Storing a hot bathtub usually involves draining the water. This is fine as it doesn’t usually affect the tub. It is important to drain the hot tub completely. Any water left behind could cause damage to other systems like the blowers and jets. Frozen water can cause cracking in hot tub parts if the temperature drops (as rare as that might sound). These steps will help you drain your hot tub.

Attach a sump pump or hose to the hot tub drain plug. A sump pump is quicker, but it will cost more than a hose.

After draining most of the water out, you can remove the drain plug from the hole and seal it. This is the purpose of most hot tubs.

To get rid of all water, use a dry/wet shop vacuum.

Turn off the electricity supply to the hot tub.

Turn off the heater in your hot tub.

Turn the tub’s power back on and run the blower for about 30 seconds to force any water out.

Restart both water and electricity.

Make sure to clean your hot tub and filter thoroughly

After the water has drained completely from your tub, it is time to clean it thoroughly. Warm water and dish detergent work well. A stronger cleaning agent may be required for heavy stains. However, you should never use any harsh cleaners or metal scrubbers. They can damage your hot tub’s surface or make it unattractive.

While cleaning, be sure to clean the filters. They can be rinsed well and dried thoroughly before being put back in their place.

Protect your hot tub with a secure hot tub cover

As mentioned, draining your hot tub is a smart idea if it won’t be in use during summer. But, leaving your hot tub exposed to the sun is not a good idea. Acrylic can be extremely damaged by the UV rays of the sun. This can cause your hot tub to lose its warranty.

It’s important to purchase a hot tub cover that is well secured. This is especially important if the hot tub will be left unattended for several weeks or months. The cover should not be blown off by wind gusts or weather changes. For this reason, most cover come with locks and class. Use strong bungee ropes to secure yours if it doesn’t.

Do not try to store or move your hot tub alone

We recommend hiring professionals if you are moving your hot tub into a storage unit. Hot tubs are heavy. Hot tubs that are larger than 600 pounds can be difficult to move. If possible, we recommend asking at least two people to help you. It is highly recommended to rent or purchase two large 4-wheel dollys. You can easily place your hot tub on a dolly and then move it around much easier.

If you are moving, wrap your hot tub in moving blankets

Moving blankets are a great option when you’re thinking about how to store your hot tub during the summer. Moving blankets will not only protect your hot tub in a move but also keep it safe when you store it. The tub’s acrylic won’t be damaged by dirt or dust, so it’s safe from dirt and dust. The blankets can be left on while the tub is in storage.

Climate-controlled storage is not really necessary

A climate-controlled storage unit is sometimes the best option for a hot tub. It’s not essential. Temperature changes can be with stranded by a well-drained, cleaned and padded hot tub. Climate-controlled units can be more affordable than regular storage if you are concerned.

How to store an inflatable hot tub

An inflatable hot tub can be stored in a slightly different way than a regular hot tub. You will need to inflate your hot tub before you store it. These are the steps you need to follow in order to keep your inflatable hot tub safe during the off-season.

Unplug the hot-tub’s electricity

All filters must be removed

Attach the stop caps

Clean the pump by disconnecting it

To drain the water, attach a hose

Drain the tub completely

Make sure to clean the tub’s bottom thoroughly

Thoroughly clean and dry the tub’s interior and surfaces.

Inflate the tub completely

Clean the bathtub’s cover


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Hot tubs are without doubt one of the greatest pleasures in life. Party Size Hot Tub Storage offers the ideal storage solution for storing your hot tub. Whatever you decide, good luck with hot tub storage. It will provide fun for everyone next season if you do it correctly.