HSG282 Compliant Hot Tubs for Holiday Lets

As you have probably discovered hot tubs in a holiday let is a rapidly growing sector. With a hot tub becoming one of the most searched for aspects for this type of break, because its important to include a hot tub in your properties specification to ensure good occupancy. This ensures your property appears in the top search results when your customers are searching of where to stay. HSG282 compliance protects your business and guests.

We can help you grow your knowledge and offer advice as to the best hot tub for your holiday let .

All our specific products are designed to be HSG282 compliant for your holiday let or lodge. We are BISHTA regulated and a WhatSpa Professional accredited dealer to reassure you that you are dealing with a reputable business that can truly help you, having helped other businesses such as yourselves for over 35 years.

When you let out holiday homes, there are many regulations to follow and we can help guide you through these.

Holiday Let Hot Tubs HSG282 compliant

HSG282 Hot tub compliant requirements.

Water Capacity

Your hot tub should offer at least 250 litres of water per person. This ensures that the hot tub doesn’t exceed the maximum number of people, at any given time, because this allows you guests plenty of space and proper protection.

24hr Filtration

Do make sure that your hot tub has a constant filtration cycle that runs 24 hours per day so that the water is always being cleaned and filtered.

In-line Sanitisation

This is a requirement in keeping levels of residual sanitiser within the water during active use, before and after bathing. Floating dispensers are not to be used, protecting your guests from misuse.

Cleaning and draining

The whole body of water must be flushed, drained and refilled after every group of users or weekly (whichever is sooner). For example, 1 family group check out of the lodge and another family check in, the water must be drained, refilled and re sanitised BEFORE the next group can use the spa.

Record Keeping

Part of owning a hot tub at a holiday accommodation involves keeping a written record of your water care and cleaning processes. This will help you prove your dedication to your guest protection by showing that the hot tub has been regularly checked twice a day.

We use our decades of experience in this sector to help find the right hot tub for your business setting, helping you achieve the maximum success for your business.