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07/08/2017
By: Dan M.
Hot Spring Spas Of Sarasota
I spent many months researching spas and Hot Springs was one of the highest rated spas. We decided to purchase from Hot Springs of Sarasota because of their expertise and full service capabilities. Our sales person, Paul, was very knowledgeable,helpful, and patient. He encouraged us to try out any spa we wanted. I tried a few, which lead to finding the perfect spa for our needs. We bought the Flair model which was professionally delivered and installed. This store will also service our spa if needed, which was a big factor in our decision to purchase here. We look forward to many spa nights ahead.
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06/22/2017
By: Todd P.
Hot Spring Spas Of Sarasota
Poor installation having problems was Jets and effervescent bubbles, hasn't been 3 months charge $4,000. Install a drove over septic tank after we told him where it was and not to drive there. Installer didn't have the tools to do the job I had to assist with my tools.
05/15/2017
By: Sherri P.
Get Found In Town
Great experience with both Kyle and Katrina. Kyle is a real hands on guy and is easy to get ahold of. Katrina is one that will dot the i's and cross the t's and is so easy to work with. Their assistance in helping us Get Found In Town has been such an important marketing tool for our company.
10/10/2014
By: Dale D.
Firefly Computer Repair
My year old computer was functioning a lot more slowly than it should have been, and I had some suspicion that there were viruses, malware, and a whole host of problems. One day, I could barely get my computer to stop crashing for long enough to try any of the usual things I might try.I called Firefly Computer Repair at the recommendation of a coworker who recently had a similar issue, and they took great care of me. I'm not a computer genius by any means, and they worked with my knowledge level to walk me through what to do to stabilize things. They weren't condescending like other computer repair businesses tend to be.Their fee was fair, and I was just happy that I didn't have to drop off my laptop for days and days. Once we were able to stabilize my computer to the point where it wasn't crashing, they were able to help me do it remotely. They went on a search and destroy mission to get rid of all of the junk on my computer, and best of all, they set up safeguards so that I would be better protected in the future. The whole process was so easy and a lot faster than I could have imagined. My computer is now working just like new, and I'm confident that if I have other issues in the future they will be able to help me.
12/07/2013
By: Barbara P.
Computer Savvy Fruitville
Great customer service, nice christian family business! I would definitely go back again!
Tips & Advices
The simplest cause for hot tub jets to stop working is when they’re twisted to the “closed” position and need to be twisted back open. If you’ve recently refilled your hot tub and the jets are not working, there could be an airlock in the plumbing lines--a more difficult issue to fix. Someone with understanding of electrical components should turn the power off and then let the air escape, or bleed, from the lines by loosening “bleed screws” on the end of the pump. Other reasons that jets may stop working include calcium buildup from hard water, and issues with the pump power.
The average lifespan of a hot tub is affected by how well it’s taken care of, as well as the quality of the product. When maintained properly, top-tier brands are expected to last 15-20 years. If neglected, even an expensive hot tub might only last 5 years.
Low water flow is by far the most common cause for a hot tub to overheat, and luckily it can be easily remedied by topping up (filling up the water level using a hose). Another reason a hot tub might overheat is that the spa filter is dirty.
Before you begin looking for a hot tub leak, turn the power off. After that, the first place to check is the pump--a leaky pump is common, and easy to recognize from the water pooling below. If this doesn’t show anything, examine the union fittings, which can often come loose and need to be tightened by hand. If this fails to find your leak, you will need to visually inspect all the valves and plumbing—especially the connections on the pipes.
The cost of maintaining a hot tub should be fairly manageable: about $500 annually in chemicals and filters, plus $30-$50 monthly for electricity. If you have to replace a hot tub cover, however, that could cost anywhere from $200-$400.

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