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Healing Your Body and Mind With Water

Have you ever come home after a particularly stressful day and indulged in a 30-minute shower just to immerse yourself in the calming effects of the hot water and steam? Or maybe you have been lulled to sleep by the rain beating a calming pattern on your window. After...

Preparing Your Home for Your New Hot Tub

Most homes don’t come ready-made to install a hot tub. Whether you’re thinking about putting a new hot tub in your backyard or inside your home, there are a few details you’ll have to work out. You can follow our guide here for preparing your home for your new spa....

Do I Need to Update My Electrical System to Install a Hot Tub?

At Wind River Spas, we can’t wait for you to have your first soak in your new hot tub. You’ll get to sit back with your favorite playlist while the jets relax your muscles and the warm, chemical-free water eases your tension. But before you can get to that moment,...

How to Choose the Perfect Hot Tub

Do you ever find yourself looking at the big, empty space in your backyard and wishing you could fill it with a hot tub? With all of the information available, how do you even start to find a hot tub that’s the right fit for your home and your family? We would love to...

Your Guide to Using Your Hot Tub During the Summer

If you live in Colorado, you are probably used to the long winters. A few feet of snow in the mountains just means better skiing in the high country, and you barely feel the cold after several months of freezing temperatures. Hot tubs are perfect for relaxing your...

Three Myths About Hot Tub Insulation

When you live somewhere like Colorado, you want to make sure your hot tub is protected from freezing. Temperatures can often dip below zero, leaving your hot tub vulnerable to freezes. Power outages can also happen frequently, and without a power source and good...

Hot Tubs: What’s So Important About a Chemical Free Environment?

We’ve all spent years being warned away from chemicals. We hear it so often that it can seem little more than a tagline that is used by everyone from plumbers to cleaning supply companies to sell their products. Just put “chemical-free” on the label of your drain...

What Materials Are In Your Hot Tub?

When buying a hot tub, most people don’t plan to encase it in a temperature-controlled room where no outdoor elements will ever come into contact with it. But if you read most hot tub warranties, they can make it sound like that’s the only environment a hot tub is...

The Wind River Spas Difference

If you are going to invest in a hot tub for your Colorado home, you want something that will last and that can stand up to Colorado’s changing weather. Unfortunately many of the products that are on the market today are not designed for our state’s unique weather and...