Spa: which regulations apply?

When you have a swimming pool or hot tub, it is important to be aware of the regulations that apply to it. Between swimming pool and spa, the legislation makes no difference. Before you inquire with city hall, here are a few points that may be of interest to more than one.


Swimming pool as spa should have a maintenance and a treatment of its water on a regular basis. It should be noted that the regulations in force require that a swimming pool or spa be emptied at least once a month during periods of high use.

The question of hygiene would also relate to the maintenance and treatment of water. Knowing that the spa operates using almost boiling water at times, with neglected maintenance and treatment, the hot tub will immediately become a favorable place for the proliferation of germs and bacteria. To avoid this, it will then be essential to maintain your jacuzzi hot tubs for sale on a regular basis with the appropriate products: disinfectant tablets, pH regulators, cleaning products for filters ... the list is exhaustive. A simple gesture also allows the frequency of maintenance to be limited, such as fitting the pool or spa cover when the pool is unoccupied or even taking a small shower to get rid of perspiration and cosmetic products. Also know that it is essential to remove debris floating on the surface of the water in your spa or pool daily using a small landing net.


City hall officials are more than demanding on this point, knowing that during the summer, drowning accidents are on the rise. Thus, they will always keep families informed of the safety standards to be observed when having a pool or spa at home. This will remind everyone that a child should not be left unattended in or near the water. In some areas, the town hall requires the installation of an alarm to warn of the intrusion of a child on the perimeters of the swimming pool.

Thus, there are perimeter alarms offered in stores but also immersion alarms that will signal the presence of a body once submerged in water.

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