Hot Tub Saftey Guidelines

Following tips and guidelines are to be followed and not just suggestions.

  • Pregnant Women should not enter a Hot Tub or spa without first consulting with their physician and following the doctors advice. 

  • Children are never allowed in the hot tub alone and for no more than 10 minutes. 

  • Never use Hot tub alone. Using the Hot tub is more fun with a partner, and much safer. Accidents and emergencies can be avoided with another adult. 

  • Use of prescription drugs can cause drowsiness, dehydration, drop in heart rate and other issues when mixed with hot water, consult your physician before entering the hot tub to prevent adverse reactions.

  • Long soaks in hot water can cause overheating and other medical complications. Most tubs are set with a maximum 104'F maximum temperature, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) has determined that 100-102'F is a safer temperature for most healthy adults.

  • Limit Hot Tub visits to 15 minutes 

  • Dizziness and Nausea are signals that you have been soaking too long.

  • Underwater suction and jets can be an entrapment or entangle hair causing a drowning risk. Never submerge and tie long hair up.

  • Wear a hat in the winter to avoid freezing hair. 

  • Our spa cover meets ASTM standards for safety. Always re lock the cover after use. 

  • After a soak, wet feet and wobbly legs can make it difficult to exit the tub. Use the stairs and handrail to prevent slips and falls. 

  • Never bring electrical devices near the spa.

  • All cell phones can be left on the table but never take to the spa ledge.

  • No glass near the Hot Tub. Bare feet and broken glass never get along well. Use plastic glasses or to go cups provided only.

  • No food is allowed in the hot Tub.

  • Never add lotions, Oils, Epsom Salts, or bubble soaps to the hot tub.


  • Drink plenty of cold water during the hot tubbing, stay hydrated and keep core body temperature regulated.  

  • Persons with heart disease, diabetes, high or low blood pressure, or any other serious illness should not enter a hot tub without first consulting a doctor and obtaining the advise of a physician. 

  • Spa water is never cloudy or has odor. If this has occurred notify owners immediately.

  • Use restroom - not the tub. 

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