What temperature should I use my spa at?

Your spa can become an essential part of your daily routine, which is why it’s important to always have it ready and set to the perfect temperature. Determining the optimal temperature is key to making the most of your spa experience. Considering several important factors, we have compiled some frequently asked questions about water temperature and the answers from our experts:

  • What should the ideal spa temperature be?

The ideal temperature varies by individual and depends on factors such as age and health, but it is recommended to keep the spa below 40°C. Temperatures above this can be dangerous and cause heatstroke. The best option is to set the spa temperature at 36.5°C for a calm and comfortable bath, ideal for adults for up to twenty minutes.

  • Tips for adjusting the temperature:

Start with a low temperature, around 36°C or 37°C, and gradually increase it until you reach a comfortable level.

If you feel uncomfortable or too hot after a few minutes, it is a sign that the temperature is too high for you.

Consider the needs of all users, especially when the spa is shared with friends or family.

  • How long does it take for a spa to heat up?

After filling the jacuzzi for the first time, it will take between 18 and 24 hours for the water to reach a temperature of 36.5°C.

  • When should I change my usual temperature setting?

You can adjust the temperature according to your needs. For example, lower the temperature when you are not going to use the spa for a few days, such as during a vacation, or after exercising to avoid overheating. It is also advisable to adjust it according to the outside temperature.

All Aquavia Spas are designed with high-quality materials that help maintain water temperature. In addition, we offer several options to optimize energy savings:

For more details about your Aquavia spa, check the user manual or visit our website. For more information, do not hesitate to contact our customer service team.