Owning Your Very Own Spa

Coffs Harbour, Pool Construction, Pool Design

Imagine sitting back in lovely warm water bubbling all around you while perfectly placed jets provide a gentle massage to ease your aches and pains after a long week at work. Well, that’s the spa experience. Spas are essentially small pools that can be temperature controlled. They are much less expensive than a swimming pool but provide many of the same benefits plus a few additional ones. More than a place to relax, spas provide hydrotherapy benefits too—for example, pain relief, muscle massage and heat therapy. There are many different types of spas, so let’s explore your options.

Choosing the Perfect Spa

Before investing, you need to consider a few crucial factors. These include the purpose of the spa, its main use, how many people will use it at once, and where it will go. So, first, let’s look at the types of spas available:

Inground Spas

These are the most common and high-quality type of spa. They are usually concrete and designed to fit into your property’s landscape. They offer a lot of customisation, including style, size, and colour. However, they do carry a higher price tag due to professional installation.

Swim Spas

Swim spas are compact yet large enough for one person to swim in. Ideal for singles or couples, they are a cost-effective alternative to full-sized pools.

Pool with Spa

This combo of a traditional full-sized swimming pool with an attached spa section is popular in Australia. Separate yet integrated with each other, it’s a great choice for families and adds a beautiful feature to any backyard.

The Many Benefits

Moreover, owning a spa goes beyond personal enjoyment and aesthetics. Hydrotherapy, at the convenience of your home, offers various health benefits: cardiovascular health improvements, blood pressure reduction, pain relief, stress reduction, better sleep, and more. It’s particularly beneficial for people with arthritis. Your skin benefits, too! The heat from spa water helps open pores, releasing toxins and leaving your skin fresh and glowing. Facilitating bonding sessions with family and friends or simply providing a well-deserved ‘me-time’, having a spa positively influences your overall well-being.

So, what’s it like having your own spa? It’s like having a multipurpose wellness destination, serving physical, mental, and social benefits. It’s an experience that’s worth the investment; trust us, you’ll love making a splash in your own backyard.

Whether you’re in Coffs Harbour or the Coffs Coast region, our experienced pool and spa builders are here to guide you through the process of owning the perfect Spa. So go ahead, contact Andy or Keisha at Active Pools and Spas and take the plunge today!

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Owning Your Very Own Spa