Outdoor Spas

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4 Adults1.9m x 1.7m x 0.76m
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Are you considering investing in an outdoor spa for your backyard or patio? Look no further, as a new spa can bring ultimate luxury to your doorstep while increasing the value of your space.

From soothing bubbles to invigorating jets, there are endless possibilities for how to use an outdoor spa. Plus, with the right landscaping and design choices, your spa can seamlessly blend into your outdoor decor and enhance the overall aesthetic of your space. So why not treat yourself to the ultimate luxury and invest
in a new outdoor spa today? You deserve it!

How much does an outdoor spa cost?

Our spa baths start at a nominal fee of $4999 and come at the lower end of outdoor spa prices. Considering it can be used in both summer and winter, these outdoor spas pretty much pay for themselves! Check out our 12-jet premium outdoor spa options today!

How do I clean an outdoor spa?

In order to maintain their elegant appearance and ensure safe use, regular cleanings are necessary. One simple solution is to use one of our spa cleaner kits, an essential for outdoor spa owners.

Another way to give your tub a good scrubbing on a regular basis is by using a combination of water and mild soap or detergent. Regularly removing any debris such as leaves or twigs will help to maintain the cleanliness of your outdoor spa.

For added convenience, consider installing a filtration system to keep your outdoor spa sparkling clear all season long. Whether you prefer natural spring water or chemically-treated options, having a filtration system in place will greatly enhance the overall experience of using your outdoor spa. So don't delay - start planning now for a summer filled with relaxation and luxury in your very own outdoor spa.

Where is the best place to put an outdoor spa?

Well for starters, outdoors might be a good choice! Jokes aside, placing your outdoor spa in a quiet area on your backyard patio might be a perfect choice. That way you can enjoy your privacy while being close to the entrance of your house. If you have a barby set up, you’ve got the perfect spot for a little fiesta right at home.

What are the benefits of owning an outdoor spa bath?

An outdoor spa offers the ultimate opportunity for relaxation and rejuvenation. The serenity of the outdoor space, coupled with the soothing effects of heated water paired with jets, can bring a whole new level of enjoyment to your backyard oasis.

In addition to serving as a luxurious escape, an outdoor spa can also provide benefits such as:

1. Improved circulation: The jets allow the warm water to course through the pool at a comfortable rate and improve blood flow.

2. Pain relief: If you’re looking for an ice bath or a warm pool to soak in after a tough workout - an outdoor spa is the best way to go while being right at home.

3. Reduced stress: A guaranteed way to bust stress after a long work day! For maximum enjoyment, a cute date idea would maybe be a hot tub surrounded by tea candles, champagne and some soothing music. Nothing says romance better than double bubbles! No matter how you choose to design it, an outdoor spa for six is sure to be the envy of all your neighbours and friends. So why not enjoy some well-deserved pampering in the comfort of your own backyard?

How do you install an outdoor spa?

If you're planning to install an outdoor spa this summer, there are a few things you'll need to take into account. With a little bit of planning and preparation, you can easily install a spa that will provide years of enjoyment. Below are some tips to help make the installation process as smooth as possible.

First, be sure to place the spa on a levelled surface. If the ground is uneven, it might cause problems during installation or potential leaks in the future. To take care of this, use paving stones or wooden boards to create a level platform. Next, consider what you'll need to place under the spa. If you're using a natural spring water source, you'll need a water pump and filter system. If you're using chemically-treated water from your local pool store, you won't need a water pump or filter system, but you will need a way to circulate the water. You can do this by using an inexpensive spa pump and hose set-up.

Finally, make sure you have enough space to accommodate the spa. The typical outdoor spa measures 1.8 M wide by 2.4 M long, so be sure to leave enough room for it in your backyard. If you’re running short on space, check out one of our two person outdoor spas.

With these tips in mind, you're ready to install your very own outdoor spa! For more tips, check out our essential guide to installing a spa.

Do I need to use chemicals in my outdoor spa?

Once you have the spa in place and the water circulating, it's time to add the chemicals. The main purpose of adding chemicals to an outdoor spa is to maintain the water's pH balance and to prohibit the growth of algae and bacteria.

If these substances are allowed to grow unchecked, they can cause skin irritation and make the spa less enjoyable to use. By regularly adding the appropriate chemicals to your spa, you can keep it in good condition and ensure that everyone who uses it will have a safe and relaxing experience. Now that your spa is all set-up and ready to go, enjoy!

Does an outdoor spa need to be covered?

Most outdoor spas are meant to be covered and protected from environmental and weather conditions. Leaving your spa uncovered can lead to a variety of issues, including the growth of algae and other bacteria, the development of rust,and even the formation of ice.

By covering your spa, you can help protect it from these and other potential problems, ensuring that it stays in good condition for years to come.

If you have any more questions regarding buying a spa, check out the FAQs page or contact us for any other queries you might have in mind.