Things to Avoid When Purchasing a Spa
February 6th, 2014
If you’re shopping for an outdoor spa or plunge pool, make sure you’re aware of what to avoid and what to look out for.
Price based decisions
Think about your overall budget and make a list of the priority factors, which will help you get the most from your purchase. A price based decision means you may miss out on key benefits or functionalities so always be sure you know exactly what your money will buy. Look for spa retailers with endless options to suit your needs.
Lack of research
Failing to carry out any research increases the likelihood you may end up with a spa that doesn’t tick all the right boxes. Spend some time thinking about whether you want a portable or permanent spa, measure the space you have so you know what size of spa you can have, and think about finer details such as the shell of the spa, as well as jets and pumps.
Lack of support
Avoid buying your spa from a spa retailer that offers little or no support. Find out what warranty is available and don’t forget to ask about installation, and customer service. Seek out a supplier that offers ongoing support, whether you need advice on water maintenance or simply need operational tips.
Buying from a dealer that carries spare parts is always a good idea. Spas will require maintenance and repair and buying from a dealer that doesn’t carry spare parts can cause problems in the future.
We believe education is the first step in the process to buying a spa. We recommend that you do some homework before visiting our showroom.
• Spa Websites
• E Books
• Product Reviews
• Existing Spa Owners
• Competitor Showrooms
Endless Spas has been operating for over 30 years and boasts an array of customer service awards, including ‘Best Customer Service Department’ and ‘Best Spa Retailer’.
For information about their range of spas in Melbourne, call 03 8769 7300
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