January 19, 2018

In case you haven’t already heard, Happy New Year! It’s a time of renewal and cleansing but it’s also a time of newness. Most people view this as their opportunity to start over, to clear the scoreboard. Unfortunately though, according to U.S. News, 80% of New Year’s r...

December 22, 2017

In light of the impending celebrations (and getting into the spirit of the season), we've carefully curated this list of blow-your-mind drink recipes to help you get your holiday on right.

December 7, 2017

If you’re anything like me, then you know that hot tubs are just generally awesome. They offer so many benefits beyond just being “nice to sit in”. They provide arthritis relief, help with muscular issues and can even lower your blood pressure. But where did they come...

December 1, 2017

Courtesy of the Common Crumb Bakery

It’s a well-known idea that supporting small business is great. But do you really know why?

Because you’re here to learn and I like to write, I’m going to break it down for you.

Let’s get started.

We’re Cooler Than Big Businesses


October 25, 2017

As you probably know, we love wood burning fireplaces. Our showroom is full of them and we have #noregrets about that. If we could, we’d live in a wood fireplace...not literally, but you get our point. Not only are they aesthetically pleasing but they also emit an incr...

May 9, 2016

What happens if you own a used spa but would like to trade in that mode for an upgrade?

Fortunately, at Accent Stove & Spa, we offer a trade-in value on most used spas! Applicable trades ins are of course based on year, model, features and condition. However, if we can’...

March 31, 2016

While clear water in your spa may appear to be clean – think again. Most harmful forms of bacteria and other water contaminations are clear and cannot be seen by the human eye.
It’s first important to understand what “pH” is. pH is a measurement of how acidic or basi...

March 24, 2016

If you recently bought a spa, it’s important to understand the essentials for caring at it. The average temperature of spas is 96 degrees, and can go up to 104 degrees Fahrenheit, which creates an ideal breeding ground for bacteria unless it is properly treated. Mainta...

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