Is It Okay To Keep My Hot Tub Temperature Low When Not In Use?

Is It Okay To Keep My Hot Tub Temperature Low When Not In Use?

Is It Okay To Keep My Hot Tub Temperature Low When Not In Use?

Can you Keep a Low Hot Tub Temperature?

From Swim University

Some of the hardest questions to ask are sometimes the most obvious.  In the case of hot tub temperature, most people are used to asking about the upper limit of the range when inquiring about temps.  This post from Matt Giovanisci from Swim University addresses the opposite end of the spectrum:  What happens if I keep my hot tub temperature lower than recommended?

Here is an excerpt from the post:

Benefits and Drawbacks of a Low Hot Tub Temperature
Before we go any further, let’s take a quick look at some of the benefits and drawbacks of having your hot tub set a lower temperature. There are many reasons to keep your water in the lower temperature settings. Let’s take a quick look at some of the best benefits.

It’s safer for children, elderly and pregnant women.
It is more energy efficient.
You can use your hot tub to cool off on hot days.
Just like everything else in this world, you have to take the good with the bad. While there are benefits to running your hot tub low, it does come with a few drawbacks as well.

Water could freeze in colder climates.
Relaxation effects of the hot tub is lower.
Hot tub won’t be usable on cooler nights.
Cold Water Mode

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