Inground spas

Built to last, inground spas can provide decades of use

Designed to blend into the landscape of your backyard, an inground spa can be either stand-alone or integrated into an inground pool.Pool and spa combinations are very popularand can be built at the same time, making them cost-effective.Custom built inground spas offer design flexibility,allowing them tobecome a focal point of your yard. With options likeoverflow to create a cascade effect into another body of water you will get all the neighbours talking.

The equipment is connected remotely, which means that there are more options for economical and efficient heating– such as gas heaters (natural and LPG). Integrated spas use the same body of water as the pool, which means that they can use the same sanitisation system. They can also be heated independently to allow for year-round swimming. Modern efficient gas heaters mean that it only takes between 20-30 minutes to heat the spa up to a toasty temperature – and with automation systems you can even get this under way remotely so that when you arrive home your spa is ready and waiting.

Concrete inground spas are built to last. Their durable concrete and steel construction typically provides decades of use. You are also able to include a host of decorative touches. The interior can come with different finishes and colours, as can the coping. Flexibility also extends to the seating design, placement of jets, lighting and so on. 

Covers for inground spas are available, and they can help spa water retain some of the heat between uses.

As with any investment, it’s important to get the right advice. Consult a SPASA member for all the information you need to make an informed decision. 

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