|Spa care and maintenance
There are many differences between a pool and a spa, not only in the size and the temperature of the water, but also in the type of care and maintenance needed.
As with any major purchase, you should investigate the options available to you when choosing a spa. How long has the dealer been in business? Does he or she have a showroom with a wide range of styles? Is he or she knowledgeable in the manufacturer's features? Can he or she inform you of the benefits and advantages of the various spa materials? Can he or she assist in choosing the chemicals for your spa? Investigate the dealer with your local better business bureau.
You'll want to enjoy your spa for years to come, so do some research before choosing the various materials and options available to you. When shopping for spas, you should investigate the manufacturer.
When you make an investment in a spa, you probably hope that it will last several years without any problems. However, you may, at one time or another, require some warranty work.
Today's spas come in a wide variety of different types, shapes, and sizes. You can choose from self-contained or 'portable' spas, custom-built in-ground spas, swim spas, and more.
Today's spas and therapy pools can offer a multitude of specific health benefits, including relief from arthritis, back pain, and joint discomfort. Hydrotherapy delivers warm, soothing jets of water to various spots on your body know as 'pressure points'.