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Thread: Winterizing

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    We have a Marquis 636 Everyday Hot Tub. (made around 2006, I think)
    It came with the house.

    We are simply not using this spa enough (at all) to make the constant monitoring and care of it worth it.
    So, we want to winterize it.

    I see the instructions for this in the 636 user guide.

    I have drained it and am going to bail it out, but would it be worth it to hire a local spa company to do the rest?
    I don't have a wet dry vac, and I don't really have the time to do it (or learn how to do it).

    Thanks for any thoughts.

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    Re: Winterizing

    Well, if you are admittedly not going to find the time to learn and do it yourself, what option do you have besides hiring it out? Or you will have to accept the risk that it will be damaged over the winter.
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