So with the water level where it ought to be if I turn on the blower I get such violent agitation in the spa that it throws water out of the spa.
As the spa is in a built-in room, this is not ideal.
Should the openings in the spa have some kind of nozzle? Right now ours are just PVC pipe.
Our pool vendor abandoned us, so I am trying to determine if this is something he left un-finished.
So how do I go about increasing nozzle pressure (it doesn't seem like what I get out of the nozzles would be therapeutic at all) and how do I calm down the bubbles?
I was thinking of adding some kind of reducers/jets at the nozzles and drilling some holes in the blower supply line at the blower to reduce the amount of air I am getting.