The Spa Doctor Blog is Online!

August 21, 2010 Karen One Comment

Thank you to our valued customers for your many years of support, suggestions, and lasting friendships.  Over the years many of you have asked great questions about your spas that I felt would be good to share in general with anyone who owns a hot tub or spa.  So, with that I have taken plunge and am now an official blogger with the creation of the first installment of – The Spa Doctor Blog!

What will we be talking about on this blog – my favorite resorts, wine, travel, The Spa Dog – Brandi:

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great movies, books, and so much more…  No, seriously, we will discuss the adventures and pleasures of enjoying your hot tub and spa.

Since 1973, The Spa Doctor has serviced and maintained hot tubs and spas in the greater Seattle region.  Our services include:

I plan to have many creative moments to keep The Spa Doctor blog alive and well maintained!  Please enjoy our website and contact us anytime if we can help you with your spa or hot tub!

 

Karen Seely, The Spa Doctor

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One Comment → “The Spa Doctor Blog is Online!”

  1. James Boycer 7 years ago   Reply

    Karen, I am looking forward to this information as your company does the best job in Seattle maintaining our spa. Thank you for all your hard work!

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Accidents can happen in and around your spa. For the most fun and good times, keep these safety tips in mind.

  • Always check spa water temperature before getting in. Temperature should never exceed 104 degrees.
  • Limit time in the spa to no more than 15 minutes before showering and cooling down.
  • Avoid strenuous activity immediately after using the spa.
  • Heat can be dangerous for pregnant women and people with heart disease, high blood pressure or diabetes. Check with your doctor first.
  • Do not use the spa if you have been drinking alcohol or taking prescription medicines. Consult your doctor first.
  • Don’t use the spa if you have open wounds or sores.
  • Don’t use radios, hair dryers or other electrical appliances near the spa.
  • Reduce the risk of accident with hand rails and non-slip surfaces.
  • Keep areas around the spa clean and uncluttered