Hot Tubs, Hot Tub, Swim Spas From Canadian Spa UK

This old myth began in the industry back in the good old days when the spa equipment was located outside the spa enclosure. The entire area under the actual spa hull, or shell was filled with closed cell polyurethane foam. The insulation and heat retention of the actual spa was fantastic, but the heat generated by the motors, which is considerable, was lost to the atmosphere. If you’re looking for a brand new hot tub, swim spa, home sauna and you’re not exactly sure which one is right for you, here’s how you figure it out. Get you bathing suit out of storage and head on down to your local hot tub dealer.

Then some one got a great idea. Clear out some foam from the front area of the spa, and put the pumps and equipment in this area to retain some of the heat from the pumps. This was great! You now got to take advantage of a percentage of the heat generated from the motors which would heat the foam, the shell, and in turn the water and you still had great heat retention for the hull or shell. This was a real advancement; you even saved money on manufacturing costs because you used less of the expensive closed cell foam!

We at the Canadian spa company went even one better by putting air intakes above the motors onto injectors so when the motors were running the heat was drawn off the motors and injected directly into the water! Fantastic now you could fill the cavity with foam for maximum insulation value, protect the equipment from freeze up, and maximise the efficient use of the heat created from the pumps! Couple that with our standard 4” thick “Blizzard” cover and the result is a spa with the most efficient heat reclamation and retention system of any spa on the market. A Canadian spa company spa will maintain a temperature of up to 37 degrees with the heater disconnected, just using the heat from the motors!

To save money on construction, some manufacturers removed most or in some cases all the foam from the back of the spa shell. They came up with fancy names like “premium partial foam insulation” or “locked in perimeter heat insulation”, or “heat lock”, and through clever marketing, made nonsense of proven insulation common sense. Claims abound like “the air cavity is a better insulator” and “the heat generated from the motors heats the air cavity for better insulation”. There are nuggets of “partial truths” buried here, it is true that air is a great insulator, but only if it is trapped and pressurized into a confined area. Not if it is just wafting around, under the spa shell. After all what is “closed cell polyurethane insulation?” Just a bunch of air really, the difference is it is trapped, and compressed, into millions of tiny cells, this is why it is a superb insulator. The same thing is done with energy efficient thermo pane windows, the reason they work is because the air is vacuum sealed in-between the panes of glass, if it is not completely sealed it does not insulate well. Again a nugget of truth lies in the fact that when the pump is running and generating heat you will get a small percentage of heat from the motors transferred through the shell to the water but, what about the two thirds of the time when the pumps are not running??? After all a well insulated spa with a good filtration and purification system will only run about 6-10 hours a day. For the majority of the life of your spa it will not be running at all. Which in turn means it will not be generating heat from the motors, so all that foam your spa is missing causes the spa to loose heat up to 3 times more quickly than a fully foamed spa! Removing insulation and replacing it with air will not improve the insulation value, it just does not add up. It is nothing more than hot air. Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub.

Based on some of the claims you would be led to believe that reducing the insulation in your walls will increase the energy efficiency of your home because all the heat from your heating system will get trapped into the house and insulate better. Typically these obscure theories are put forth by the same “quality spa companies” that promise lifetime warranties on the shells but exclude the surface of the spa shell which is the only part likely to fail. Or offer great parts warranties but pro rate the warrantee so you pay a percentage of the repair cost. hot tubs are very essential in spa.

The real reason why some manufacturers don’t fill the entire cavity with foam? Simple; it is cheaper.

First you save on insulation and application. Second if you manufacturer a lot of leaky spas it makes it cheaper and easier to fix them in the field. At the Canadian Spa Company we feel it makes more sense to build excellent quality products that don’t leak. And spend that little bit extra to build a sound, efficient spa.

Myth 2

Companies use full foam insulation to stop a thin shell from flexing”

While some manufacturers using the ABS plastic shells will use foam as a structure for the shell we don’t. In fact the Canadian Spa Company is one of the only companies using the ABS plastic shells that also use fibreglass, in conjunction with the ABS plastic, and acrylic in the construction of our spa shells. In the case of a Canadian spa company spa the ABS plastic layer is an addition to the components all of our competitors use. That is why we have the longest comprehensive warrantee in the industry; we cover our shell surfaces for a full 10 years. If you feel our competitors offer a better warrantee we will gladly substitute their warrantee for ours. In most cases this will simply mean giving you a longer coverage for the structure, which will never fail anyway, and reduce the surface coverage which is the only part that would be likely to fail in a normal fibreglass, vinyl resin, acrylic spa shell.

The way a Canadian spa company shell is supported is by a cradle constructed of marine grade 4X2’s this wooden cradle evenly spreads the weight over the base of the spa. Uprights and cross-members under the seats and lounge’s help support the weight.

Myth 3

It is difficult to service the plumbing on a full foamed spa”

First of all this should be a non-issue. Properly built spas don’t leak. But even if they did why should you as a consumer sacrifice insulation value and running costs so the manufacturer can save money if they have to fix a faulty product? Be wary of companies who design their products around being able to fix leaks, this is obviously a problem they have with failures which they frequently need to address.

The other point is it would take about 20 minutes more to repair a leak on a foam filled spa. That is about the time it would take to remove the foam and replace it. A small penalty to pay to do a job right!

Myth 4

You should put your spa on the lawn, or anywhere that is flat”

You can do this with any well built spa. Providing it is flat and level there will be no problem. Most honest companies recommend a base of patio stones, or gravel, or interlocking stones or concrete. This has nothing to do with the strength of the spa. If you put your spa on a surface that has not been prepared properly, the several tons of weight of the spa and water will cause the ground beneath it to settle. This will almost never happen uniformly. One side will inevitably settle lower than the others. Then the spa is out of level and the water is higher at one end than the other. It won’t hurt the spa, but it will not look very good.

Besides why cut the corner and do a half way job? Put your spa on properly fitted patio stones or tamped gravel or concrete and it will stay level and look great for ever.

Myth 5

We guarantee your operating costs will not be above £…..”

Anyone willing to put this guarantee into writing will have to have a Solicitor write up a substantial agreement with exclusions and clauses. Simply put spas do not cost much at all to run if left covered and hot.

The cost of running a spa is directly related to usage. No matter which spa you own, no matter how well built, once you remove the cover from any spa they are all exactly the same, because you expose the surface of the water to the cool outside air. The heat loss off the exposed surface of the water is hundreds of times more than the heat loss from the worst insulated spa.

The fact is the usage will determine the running cost. What we can guarantee you is this: “a Canadian spa company spa will outperform any spa on the market with like components with regards to running costs.” The average spa will consume around £8.00-£12.00 a month averaged over the year.

There are more myths, misconceptions, and outright misinformation in the spa industry than you can shake a stick at. There is so much hot air that the Arctic glaciers are in danger of melting. Use common sense and trust the leaders in the industry. We have over 20 years experience in the spa industry!

Canadian Spa Company… great products that consistently outperform everything else on the market, service that is reliable and efficient, and knowledgeable support staff. Don’t accept less than the best.

 

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Hot Tub, Hot Tubs In UK

Insulation: There are 3 types

Partial foam insulation: simply put there is a small amount of foam applied to the back of the spa shell. This is the cheapest and the least effective insulation.

Pros: -It is better than nothing

-Avery small amount of the heat generated from the motors which typically run about 8 hours a day for circulation, heating , and filtration will transfer to the foam, shell, and water.

-Cheap to manufacturer.

Cons: -heat loss form the water through the foam is high especially during the 16 hours that the spa is idle.

-Not very efficient

Full Foam Insulation: Here the entire cavity is filled with foam insulation, with a small area cleared for the motors to sit in.

Pros: -The best heat retention when the spa is idle.

Cons: -Poor usage of heat from the motors for the eight hours a day when the pumps are working. The heat escapes out of the front of the spa.

Heat lock (perimeter insulation): The entire cavity is empty. About 4” of foam is applied to the back of the skirt.

Pros: Cheap to manufacture

Decent usage of the heat from the motors while running (about 8 hours a day)

Cons: The worst insulation, there is a lot of heat loss when the spa is idle.

Canadian Spa Company Active Heat Reclamation: This is exclusive to Canadian Spa Company, and brand new for 2004. It is a hybrid of the above systems. The entire cavity is filled with insulation with a small area cleared for the motors to sit in. Air intakes are located over the motors and connected to a series of pipes that draw the heat off the motors and inject it directly into the water.

Pros: -The best insulation and heat retention.

-The best usage of heat from the motors while running.

Cons: -The most expensive to manufacture.

Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub.

hot tubs are very essential in spa.

If you’re looking for a brand new hot tub, swim spa, home sauna and you’re not exactly sure which one is right for you, here’s how you figure it out. Get you bathing suit out of storage and head on down to your local hot tub dealer.


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Hot Tub, Hot Tubs And Swim Spa In Redhill U.K.

If you’re looking for a brand new hot tub, swim spa, home sauna and you’re not exactly sure which one is right for you, here’s how you figure it out. Get you bathing suit out of storage and head on down to your local hot tub dealer. While the reasons for buying a spa are as varied as the types of spas available, one thing all spa owners tend to agree about is this is not a “fad” product. More and more spa owners are discovering that long after the novelty value has worn off their spa has become an integral part of their daily regimen.

Spas are ideally suited for the climate found in the U.K. and more and more people are realising that sitting in your garden in January can be as nice or nicer than sitting there in July. After all who cares what the weather is like when you are submerged up to your neck in swirling pulsating hot water?

Spas are usually sold on the fun and entertainment value. But one thing spa owners quickly discover are the little talked about real rewards. There are numerous health benefits including pain relief, stress reduction, and increased mobility for swollen painful arthritic joints. Equally important is the good quality family time people experience while using their spa. Because there are no distractions while in your spa family members talk to each other and this paradise of relaxed uninterrupted interaction strengthens and enriches relationships within the family by offering a regular informal setting for quality family time.

While prices vary greatly so does the quality. It can be difficult to determine what is important and what is not, after all most spas look the same. There are hundreds of ways to lower the cost of a spa. By cutting corners on the type and size of plumbing and fittings, reducing the amount of insulation, using cheap electronics systems, and shell materials. Typically like all products the cheaper the price the lesser the quality.  There are also lots of non-issues that retailers may make big issues out of. Below are some of the bigger concerns to consider when buying your spa.

Insulation:

Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub. The other consideration is what happens with the heat from the motors? Most companies use a small amount of foam and circulate the heat from the motors under the shell. While this is the least expensive option it works reasonably well.

Some companies will fill the entire cavity with foam and leave an area at the front of the spa with little or no insulation. While this does not utilise the heat from the motors quite as well it prevents heat loss much better. It is a more expensive system and slightly better because after all the motors are only generating heat for about 8 hours a day.

The most expensive system uses an active heat reclamation system in conjunction with a fully foamed in spa. Simply put the area between the shell and the skirt is completely filled with foam except where the motors are. Then an air intake is fitted above the motor to draw the heat off the motor and pipes inject it directly into the water. The best heat retention and take maximum advantage of the motor heat, but it is expensive. hot tubs are very essential in spa.

Ozone Sanitation:

Ozone is a proven technology used to reduce the amount of chlorine used to sanitise the water. Retailers usually argue which system is better based on the method of producing the ozone. The two systems are Ultra violet and Corona discharge. Corona discharge produces more ozone but this is not the issue that matters. The real issue is contact time in the water. On cheaper systems the ozone is simply injected into the water in the foot well. The problem is most of the ozone produced just escapes out of the water before reacting. The more expensive systems use absorption tanks or lines to ensure maximum contact time. Look for in-line mazi or venturi injection with absorption systems for maximum effect.

Some other things to consider are the horsepower to number of jets ratio. Lots of jets with no horsepower means very little pressure which means poor massage.

Some spas offer air blowers with air jets and turbo options. This can be an excellent system if it meets 2 criteria. First make sure the Air blower or air pump has a heater fitted in it to heat the air prior to injecting it into the water. Without this the air cools the water and does not feel very good. Also make sure the Air pump has an automatic purge to blow the lines clean when you are not using the spa. This guarantees that the water will not stagnate in the air lines. Properly fitted air systems are great for soft tissue massage and skin therapy. The millions of heated bubbles help exfoliate and the heat opens blood vessels near the surface of the skin. Also some systems offer turbo options where the heated air can be diverted into the water stream to the massage jets. This action not only greatly increases the pressure on the massage jets but also changes the “feel” of the jets.

One of the biggest things to consider is service. Make sure the company you deal with is established and preferably has a manufacturer presence in the country. The risk with imported models with no manufacturer run depot is the possibility of the retailer changing lines or failing to honour-service guarantees.

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What To Look For In A Hot Tub?

If you’re looking for a brand new hot tub, swim spa, home sauna and you’re not exactly sure which one is right for you, here’s how you figure it out. Get you bathing suit out of storage and head on down to your local hot tub dealer.

Maybe that sounds crazy but stop for a moment and think about it, hot tubs are big, heavy, difficult to move and a substantial investment, you really want to be sure you’re buying the right one and how do you know if it’s the right one?  You simply have to test it out.

Would you buy a car without test driving it? Of course not! Is the car that’s perfect for you perfect for everyone? No is the answer. Hot tubs are no different, they come in all shapes, sizes and specifications and the only way to really find out which tub is the perfect one for you is to jump in and test it.

So what are a few things to be looking for while you’re shopping for your new hot tub? Firstly is it for indoor or outdoor use. An outdoor tub can be a great aesthetic asset as part of a landscape or outdoor activity area. It can add value to your home and prove to be a very good investment. If you’re going for the indoor option then you will obviously need to take available space into consideration.

As far as the hot tub itself you really need to sit in it to figure out what you want. Here are a few questions to ask you. Is it deep enough? Does the water come over your shoulders? Can you spread out and relax comfortably? Can it hold enough people?  All of these factors need to be considered. This is why it’s good to really get in and really feel what it’s about.

Take your time and test out all of the options available to you and find out exactly what’s right for you. If you need help with your decision the Canadian Spa Company will be more than happy to help you out.

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Hot Tubs, Hot Tub In UK

If you’re looking for a brand new hot tub, swim spa, home sauna and you’re not exactly sure which one is right for you, here’s how you figure it out. Get you bathing suit out of storage and head on down to your local hot tub dealer. While the reasons for buying a spa are as varied as the types of spas available, one thing all spa owners tend to agree about is this is not a “fad” product. More and more spa owners are discovering that long after the novelty value has worn off their spa has become an integral part of their daily regimen.

Spas are ideally suited for the climate found in the U.K. and more and more people are realising that sitting in your garden in January can be as nice or nicer than sitting there in July. After all who cares what the weather is like when you are submerged up to your neck in swirling pulsating hot water?

Spas are usually sold on the fun and entertainment value. But one thing spa owners quickly discover are the little talked about real rewards. There are numerous health benefits including pain relief, stress reduction, and increased mobility for swollen painful arthritic joints. Equally important is the good quality family time people experience while using their spa. Because there are no distractions while in your spa family members talk to each other and this paradise of relaxed uninterrupted interaction strengthens and enriches relationships within the family by offering a regular informal setting for quality family time.

While prices vary greatly so does the quality. It can be difficult to determine what is important and what is not, after all most spas look the same. There are hundreds of ways to lower the cost of a spa. By cutting corners on the type and size of plumbing and fittings, reducing the amount of insulation, using cheap electronics systems, and shell materials. Typically like all products the cheaper the price the lesser the quality.  There are also lots of non-issues that retailers may make big issues out of. Below are some of the bigger concerns to consider when buying your spa.

Insulation:

Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub. The other consideration is what happens with the heat from the motors? Most companies use a small amount of foam and circulate the heat from the motors under the shell. While this is the least expensive option it works reasonably well.

Some companies will fill the entire cavity with foam and leave an area at the front of the spa with little or no insulation. While this does not utilise the heat from the motors quite as well it prevents heat loss much better. It is a more expensive system and slightly better because after all the motors are only generating heat for about 8 hours a day.

The most expensive system uses an active heat reclamation system in conjunction with a fully foamed in spa. Simply put the area between the shell and the skirt is completely filled with foam except where the motors are. Then an air intake is fitted above the motor to draw the heat off the motor and pipes inject it directly into the water. The best heat retention and take maximum advantage of the motor heat, but it is expensive. hot tubs are very essential in spa.

Ozone Sanitation:

Ozone is a proven technology used to reduce the amount of chlorine used to sanitise the water. Retailers usually argue which system is better based on the method of producing the ozone. The two systems are Ultra violet and Corona discharge. Corona discharge produces more ozone but this is not the issue that matters. The real issue is contact time in the water. On cheaper systems the ozone is simply injected into the water in the foot well. The problem is most of the ozone produced just escapes out of the water before reacting. The more expensive systems use absorption tanks or lines to ensure maximum contact time. Look for in-line mazi or venturi injection with absorption systems for maximum effect.

Some other things to consider are the horsepower to number of jets ratio. Lots of jets with no horsepower means very little pressure which means poor massage.

Some spas offer air blowers with air jets and turbo options. This can be an excellent system if it meets 2 criteria. First make sure the Air blower or air pump has a heater fitted in it to heat the air prior to injecting it into the water. Without this the air cools the water and does not feel very good. Also make sure the Air pump has an automatic purge to blow the lines clean when you are not using the spa. This guarantees that the water will not stagnate in the air lines. Properly fitted air systems are great for soft tissue massage and skin therapy. The millions of heated bubbles help exfoliate and the heat opens blood vessels near the surface of the skin. Also some systems offer turbo options where the heated air can be diverted into the water stream to the massage jets. This action not only greatly increases the pressure on the massage jets but also changes the “feel” of the jets.

One of the biggest things to consider is service. Make sure the company you deal with is established and preferably has a manufacturer presence in the country. The risk with imported models with no manufacturer run depot is the possibility of the retailer changing lines or failing to honour-service guarantees.

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Hot Tubs, Hot Tub For Sale In Surrey U.K.

You are about to purchase a product that will have a profound effect on both your physical and mental health. When you enter your spa you will enter a world of soothing relaxation that will help relive the stress and tension of the fast paced world we all live in. Step into a world of soothing comfort where quality family time can take place in a distraction free environment. Experience the health benefits as your body rejuvenates and heals itself while immersed in a soothing swirling mass of hot water.

The ancient science of hydrotherapy is proven to relive stress. Stress is one of the biggest obstacles to health and well being. For muscle and joint pain submersion in hot water not only releases the body’s natural endorphins to help fight pain but more importantly relives the stress on joints while increasing the blood flow to damaged areas, internal organs, and muscle tissue. Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub.

The Canadian Spa Company constructs all of our spas to the highest standards available. We use only the finest products from some of the largest manufacturers in the world. As a leader in the spa industry we are constantly looking for ways to improve your enjoyment. Many standard features included on our spas will not even be available as options on most competitors’ spas for years. When you buy a spa from Canadian Spa Company you can be assured of buying the highest quality, most fully featured spa on the market. hot tubs are very essential in spa.

Because all Canadian Spa Companies spas are built to last we can offer you what is arguably the best warrantee in the industry. Canadian Spa Company stands behind their product with a Full 25 year warrantee on the shell structure. All other parts and plumbing is backed by a comprehensive no-fault warrantee that includes parts and labour with on site service. This warrantee is non-prorated meaning you pay nothing for service or parts for the period term of your warrantee.

All Canadian Spa Company spas come standard with a heated air blower and soft tissue skin therapy system. This is achieved by injecting millions of heated air bubbles through hundreds of air jets located in clusters in the floor and seats of the spa to give you an all over soft tissue massage. This action exfoliates the surface of the skin and the gentle heated action helps open the blood vessels to help rejuvenate skin tissue and flush toxins from the epidermal layer.

As well an aroma therapy injector is standard on all Canadian Spa Company spas. This system allows the use of fragrances or essential oils in conjunction with the Blower system allowing you to take advantage of the entire therapeutic value of aroma therapy without adding oils and other contaminates to your water.

Another important feature of Canadian Spa Company spas is our unparalleled water quality management system. This two stage process begins with a long life fibre filter system which removes debris and particulate matter from the spa ensuring clear bright water. The water is then treated using activated oxygen or ozone which kills bacteria and viruses on contact. This proven technology purifies the water and is the same method commonly used to treat bottled drinking water. The main advantage is of the Ozone system is that it decreases the amount of chlorine needed and has no harmful by products.

Most importantly Your Canadian Spa Company Spa offers you one of the highest horsepower, most comprehensive, therapy quality massage systems available in the world. Using a combination of Stainless steel ball bearing spinning pulsar jets, Mushroom jets and pin point bullet jets we have created the ultimate in hydrotherapy message. The flexibility of pressures and textures ensures quality soothing massage from soft touch to deep muscle penetrating power massage for all ages and preferences.

Find out why more and more people are choosing the Canadian Spa Company. Our excellent reputation for quality and service sets us miles above the competition. Come and Join our family and let us get you into hot water.

 

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Hot Tub, Hot Tubs And Swim Spa In Redhill U.K.

While the reasons for buying a spa are as varied as the types of spas available, one thing all spa owners tend to agree about is this is not a “fad” product. More and more spa owners are discovering that long after the novelty value has worn off their spa has become an integral part of their daily regimen.

Spas are ideally suited for the climate found in the U.K. and more and more people are realising that sitting in your garden in January can be as nice or nicer than sitting there in July. After all who cares what the weather is like when you are submerged up to your neck in swirling pulsating hot water?

Spas are usually sold on the fun and entertainment value. But one thing spa owners quickly discover are the little talked about real rewards. There are numerous health benefits including pain relief, stress reduction, and increased mobility for swollen painful arthritic joints. Equally important is the good quality family time people experience while using their spa. Because there are no distractions while in your spa family members talk to each other and this paradise of relaxed uninterrupted interaction strengthens and enriches relationships within the family by offering a regular informal setting for quality family time.

While prices vary greatly so does the quality. It can be difficult to determine what is important and what is not, after all most spas look the same. There are hundreds of ways to lower the cost of a spa. By cutting corners on the type and size of plumbing and fittings, reducing the amount of insulation, using cheap electronics systems, and shell materials. Typically like all products the cheaper the price the lesser the quality. There are also lots of non-issues that retailers may make big issues out of. Below are some of the bigger concerns to consider when buying your spa.

Insulation:

Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub. The other consideration is what happens with the heat from the motors? Most companies use a small amount of foam and circulate the heat from the motors under the shell. While this is the least expensive option it works reasonably well.

Some companies will fill the entire cavity with foam and leave an area at the front of the spa with little or no insulation. While this does not utilise the heat from the motors quite as well it prevents heat loss much better. It is a more expensive system and slightly better because after all the motors are only generating heat for about 8 hours a day.

The most expensive system uses an active heat reclamation system in conjunction with a fully foamed in spa. Simply put the area between the shell and the skirt is completely filled with foam except where the motors are. Then an air intake is fitted above the motor to draw the heat off the motor and pipes inject it directly into the water. The best heat retention and take maximum advantage of the motor heat, but it is expensive. hot tubs are very essential in spa.

Ozone Sanitation:

Ozone is a proven technology used to reduce the amount of chlorine used to sanitise the water. Retailers usually argue which system is better based on the method of producing the ozone.

The two systems are Ultra violet and Corona discharge. Corona discharge produces more ozone but this is not the issue that matters. The real issue is contact time in the water. On cheaper systems the ozone is simply injected into the water in the foot well. The problem is most of the ozone produced just escapes out of the water before reacting. The more expensive systems use absorption tanks or lines to ensure maximum contact time. Look for in-line mazi or venturi injection with absorption systems for maximum effect.

Some other things to consider are the horsepower to number of jets ratio. Lots of jets with no horsepower means very little pressure which means poor massage.

Some spas offer air blowers with air jets and turbo options. This can be an excellent system if it meets 2 criteria. First make sure the Air blower or air pump has a heater fitted in it to heat the air prior to injecting it into the water. Without this the air cools the water and does not feel very good. Also make sure the Air pump has an automatic purge to blow the lines clean when you are not using the spa. This guarantees that the water will not stagnate in the air lines. Properly fitted air systems are great for soft tissue massage and skin therapy. The millions of heated bubbles help exfoliate and the heat opens blood vessels near the surface of the skin. Also some systems offer turbo options where the heated air can be diverted into the water stream to the massage jets. This action not only greatly increases the pressure on the massage jets but also changes the “feel” of the jets.

One of the biggest things to consider is service. Make sure the company you deal with is established and preferably has a manufacturer presence in the country. The risk with imported models with no manufacturer run depot is the possibility of the retailer changing lines or failing to honour-service guarantees.

 

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Hot Tubs, Hot Tub For Sale In Surrey U.K.

You are about to purchase a product that will have a profound effect on both your physical and mental health. When you enter your spa you will enter a world of soothing relaxation that will help relive the stress and tension of the fast paced world we all live in. Step into a world of soothing comfort where quality family time can take place in a distraction free environment. Experience the health benefits as your body rejuvenates and heals itself while immersed in a soothing swirling mass of hot water.

The ancient science of hydrotherapy is proven to relive stress. Stress is one of the biggest obstacles to health and well being. For muscle and joint pain submersion in hot water not only releases the body’s natural endorphins to help fight pain but more importantly relives the stress on joints while increasing the blood flow to damaged areas, internal organs, and muscle tissue. Generally the more insulation your spa has the better it will retain heat in hot tub.

The Canadian Spa Company constructs all of our spas to the highest standards available. We use only the finest products from some of the largest manufacturers in the world. As a leader in the spa industry we are constantly looking for ways to improve your enjoyment. Many standard features included on our spas will not even be available as options on most competitors’ spas for years. When you buy a spa from Canadian Spa Company you can be assured of buying the highest quality, most fully featured spa on the market. hot tubs are very essential in spa.

Because all Canadian Spa Companies spas are built to last we can offer you what is arguably the best warrantee in the industry. Canadian Spa Company stands behind their product with a Full 25 year warrantee on the shell structure. All other parts and plumbing is backed by a comprehensive no-fault warrantee that includes parts and labour with on site service. This warrantee is non-prorated meaning you pay nothing for service or parts for the period term of your warrantee.

All Canadian Spa Company spas come standard with a heated air blower and soft tissue skin therapy system. This is achieved by injecting millions of heated air bubbles through hundreds of air jets located in clusters in the floor and seats of the spa to give you an all over soft tissue massage. This action exfoliates the surface of the skin and the gentle heated action helps open the blood vessels to help rejuvenate skin tissue and flush toxins from the epidermal layer.

As well an aroma therapy injector is standard on all Canadian Spa Company spas. This system allows the use of fragrances or essential oils in conjunction with the Blower system allowing you to take advantage of the entire therapeutic value of aroma therapy without adding oils and other contaminates to your water.

Another important feature of Canadian Spa Company spas is our unparalleled water quality management system. This two stage process begins with a long life fibre filter system which removes debris and particulate matter from the spa ensuring clear bright water. The water is then treated using activated oxygen or ozone which kills bacteria and viruses on contact. This proven technology purifies the water and is the same method commonly used to treat bottled drinking water. The main advantage is of the Ozone system is that it decreases the amount of chlorine needed and has no harmful by products.

Most importantly Your Canadian Spa Company Spa offers you one of the highest horsepower, most comprehensive, therapy quality massage systems available in the world. Using a combination of Stainless steel ball bearing spinning pulsar jets, Mushroom jets and pin point bullet jets we have created the ultimate in hydrotherapy message. The flexibility of pressures and textures ensures quality soothing massage from soft touch to deep muscle penetrating power massage for all ages and preferences.

Find out why more and more people are choosing the Canadian Spa Company. Our excellent reputation for quality and service sets us miles above the competition. Come and Join our family and let us get you into hot water.

 

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