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The Perfect Hot Tub / Spa

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

So, you’re looking for the “Perfect Hot Tub / Spa”? Well I have good news and I have bad news….

The good news is, with great certainty I can say “There is a spa that is “Best” for you.
The bad news: There is no way for me (or anyone else for that matter) to tell you which hot tub is “perfect” for you.

There are just too many variables for any one spa, or any one spa manufacturer to fit a “best for everyone” classification. What is perfect for me, may not be for you.
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A Brief History of Hot Tubs and Spas

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Whether you call them Hot Tubs, Spas, or Jacuzzis, bathing in hot springs for relaxation has been a part of human culture for over five millennia. In this article we’ll be taking a look at where things started out, and the major turning points in creating the modern Hot Tub.

The Hot Tub’s Humble Beginnings
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Preparing Your Yard for a Hot Tub

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Before you buy that brand new hot tub that the entire family (not to mention friends and neighbors) has been looking forward to, you’ll want to make some measurements to ensure you can get that sucker where you want it in your yard. You won’t enjoy your new spa too much if you have to install it by the mailbox.
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Therapeutic Qualities of a Hot Tub

Thursday, October 8th, 2009

Sitting in a hot tub with jets massaging your body feels good. It can also be good for you.

Hot tub temperatures are usually 102-104 degrees. Water that warm relaxes the muscles. It also causes your blood vessels to dilate. This lowers blood pressure.
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PDC Spas Partners with Penn State

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

A new company established by PDC Spas’ vice president is colaborating with a state grant program to develop products and technologies.

08.27.2009 – Lynda Livingston, vice president of Williamsport, PA-based PDC Spas, established diverse designs Ltd. in 2008 to develop new portable-spa accessories. “We knew there were new products that the marketplace was asking for, and we wanted to be able to serve other OEM’s,” Livingston said. “With the setup of the new LLC, we became aware of government programs that could help us monetarily and time-wise to bring those products to the market.” She decided to use Pennsylvania’s Keystone Innovative Zone Program to help fund the new products.
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