Punta Gorda Hot Tub Failure Signs

Hot tub failure signs range from subtle to blatantly obvious. If you know the signs of a hot tub going bad, you’ll be better prepared to make a more informed decision about uninstalling the amenity or deciding to have it serviced for continued use. There are certain symptoms you can look for to get an idea of how a hot tub is operating, aside from the obvious signs.

What to Know about Hot Tubs

Before we get to the most common hot tub failure signs, let’s take a quick look at the amenity itself. Sure, it’s a great place to relax and unwind. But, if it is going bad, that just might not necessarily be a bad thing. Now, you’re probably wondering why it’s any sort of good news.

There are a number of common hot tub problems, and each has its own unique solution. Regular hot tub maintenance plays a very large role in maintaining the longevity and optimal performance of your spa. --Do It Yourself.com

Well, the answer is simple. If you plan on selling the house in the future, it’s best that it isn’t equipped with a hot tub. The reason is very easy to understand — it’s a big time turnoff to buyers. They won’t see it as a neat amenity. Instead, they’ll look at it as a germ pool. And, one that’s full of germs from complete strangers. Even if they don’t have that idea, they’ll see it as a maintenance headache.

Punta Gorda Hot Tub Failure Signs

Because these amenities are subjected to such harsh conditions, used repeatedly, and often installed outside where weather wear is part of the equation, they simply break down to the point of functional obsolescence. Here are some signs of a hot tub going bad:

  • It will not heat. A hot tub without sufficient heat isn't desirable and depending on its age, is probably a sign it's at the end of its life. The failing heating mechanism problem will only worsen over time and present a safety hazard.
  • The jets fail to work. As a hot tub ages, the jets begin to corrode as a result of water submersion, water pressure, chemical exposure and bacteria exposure. Basically, it's the elements which cause a hot tub to break down over time.
  • The control panel stops working. Most hot tubs are equipped with a digital control panel, the heart of the system. While these provide more precise settings, electronics and moisture simply do not match and these can go bad.
  • The pump emits strange noises. Another vital hot tub component is its pump. Unfortunately, this part is an expensive one and often times, it is more expensive to repair than replace it. Since the pump powers the jets, if it stops working, the hot tub is useless. This would require it being removed.
  • Constant electrical problems. One sure sign something is awry is constant tripping of the electric circuit breaker. This could be due to a number of electrical component issues and present very expensive repair costs.

If you notice any of these signs, your hot tub has reached the end of its usable life. To have it dismantled and removed, just phone (239) 580-6717 or visit AAA Rousse Services.

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