Thinking about installing a spa at home?

There are so many variations and different types of spas that often choosing the correct spa for your needs can be difficult.

Endless Spas have kindly collated these into a handy list – check out the tips below. 

1. The finished look

Consider what you will see as you `look out onto’ your spa retreat – in-ground spas vs. above ground spas.

2. Size and design

Consider where your spa will be located.

  • Typical Widths: 1500mm – 2350mm
  • Typical Lengths: 1800mm – 4350mm

Consider the physical features of the spa.

  • Seating Capacity
  • Seating Design – Upright or lounges
  • Seating Depth
  • Spacious Foot Wells
  • Comfort
  • Ease of Entry

3. Heating and filteration

Consdier heating times and running costs.

Heading options include

  • Electric
  • Gas – Fastest Option
  • Solar – Subject to environmental conditions
  • Heat Pump – Subject to environmental conditions
  • Hybrid – Combination of two or more of the above

Filteration options include

  • 24 hour circulation systems
  • 2 speed circulation/massage systems

Find out what the amperage power to run your circulation pump daily.

4. Water quality 

Consider how you will protect the users and the spa equipment. Every spa requires a chemical sanitiser to keep the water safe.

Examples

  • Chlorine
  • Bromine
  • Chlorine Free – Hydrogen Peroxide
  • Silver

Optional appliances are available to enhance water quality.

Examples

  • Salt Chlorinators
  • Ozone Generators
  • Ultra Violet Lamps
  • Ionisers

5. Hydrotherapy

Consider which therapy for your spa. Options include massage, colour and oxygen therapy.

6. Peace of mind

Consider who will provide you customer care.

7. Project management

Consider the additional tasks need to complete your spa retreat. Would you like one person to manage all of your spa requirements?

See Endless Spas the known, trusted, leading authority in the spa industry on stand G12 at the Build & Renovating Expo from 4 – 6 July, 2014 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. 

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit buildexpo.com.au