Swim Spas and Swimming Pools - Which Will You Choose
November 20th, 2013
If you’ve been thinking about installing a swimming pool in your garden, you could consider opting for a swim spa instead. These installations are smaller and more economical while offering the same exercise benefits as a full size pool.
Swimming pools: double the size, double the work
For many people, a swimming pool in the back yard is the ultimate expression of success, though these installations may be more expensive and require more upkeep than expected. You will need to have a suitably sized outdoor area to install a swimming pool, as well as installing fencing and other safety measures if you have pets or children. Swimming pools also cost quite a lot to install and maintenance costs and chores seem to be never ending.
Spas: convenient and cost effective
If space is at a premium in your back yard or you’d prefer to exercise indoors, swim spas can be an economical alternative to full-size swimming pools. Adjustable water jets can make it simple for people of all abilities to swim against the current and benefit from a full body workout in a stationary position, and you won’t need to worry about safety or excessive maintenance as the spa pool doesn’t need to be deep. Spas are also a lot easier to maintain than pools – simply buy a durable cover to pop over the top when not in use, and check the pH levels and give it a light clean occasionally.
Endless Spas provides a wide range of spa pools in Melbourne, including swim spas for exercising, salt water spas for thalassotherapy and indoor spas. Call (03) 8769 7300 with any enquiries or to get a quote for spa pool installation for your home