Permanent spas, on the other hand, are typically built inground, sometimes accompanying or connected to a residential swimming pool; they become an integral part of a property's hardscape. Our non-portable spas are made of stainless steel or copper, while hot tubs and portable spas are composed of a stainless steel or copper interior shell and an exterior shell, which is sometimes flagstone, decking or other types of hardscaping materials.
Both a hot tub and a spa can be distinguished from a whirlpool tub, also known as a jetted tub which is found in a bathroom and is filled and drained after each use. Our hot tubs and/or spas use sanitized, filtered and circulated water and is only drained several times a year for maintenance.
More importantly, our hot tubs or spas offer a number of benefits that will not only increase the value of your home, but will also improve your health, your well-being and your relationships with those you love. With advantages like these, the thought of unwinding in warm, swirling waters after a long day is almost too hard to resist. But among the vast number of hot tub models, which vary in everything from size to number of jets to entertaining add-ons, how do you decide which one will fit your lifestyle?