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Hot Tubs

The therapeutic effect of heat and the wonders of massage combine to produce an overwhelming medicinal effect on the body. The power of the healing waters of regular hot tub use is good for whatever ails you. Not only can you reduce your blood pressure and improve your circulation, there is even research that claims the massaging water can help reduce cellulite, not to mention the relief from tension and stress.

The combination of warmth and buoyancy also makes the hot tub an ideal form of hydrotherapy for people suffering from conditions such as arthritis or those recovering from orthopaedic surgeries such as hip and knee replacements. Research also suggests that soaking in a hot tub before bed can ease the transition into a deeper sleep.

A hot tub is great for all the family - a real social plus. It is important when choosing a spa that you buy from a reputable dealer. Aqua Leisure are a member of BISHTA who are the spa industry watchdog. This guarantees that we are trained to not only help you find the right spa but to advise you on water treatment routines and provide professional after sales care. We offer a high level of service and any necessary repairs will be carried out promptly. By using Aqua Leisure we will ensure that you have many years of relaxation and pleasure.

We are dealers for Catalina Spas, Jacuzzi and Marquis Spas.

Our showroom offers a range of hot tubs to view and the opportunity to try out our demonstration model. Contact us on 01309 641102 or click here.

Hot Tub Facts:

Hot Tub Installation

Ground Preparation
In order to install your hot tub you would need to have a level, smooth, self draining base. If the spa is to be installed indoors then the surface beneath and around the tub must be protected against water run-off and be self draining.

Hot Tub Installation
For outdoor installations, a concrete base at least 4" thick should be laid with the base around 2" larger than your spa dimensions. Other options for a base would include an existing patio, bricks, slabs or blocks. Wooden decking could be used but it must be constructed to support 500kg/mē.

It is also important that all sides of the spa are accessible for servicing and draining. In the case of built in decking, removable decking could be fitted around the cabinet of the tub. If accessory equipment is to be installed in or around the hot tub (e.g. cover lifter, gazebo, steps, bar, planters etc) then please allow for additional space around the perimeter of the spa. We do not recommend that the hot tub is sited directly onto grass or soil.

Electrical Installation Requirements
Your spa should be hardwired direct to either a 20amp or 30amp electrical supply, depending on the chosen model. Your spa will require a power supply, protected by a 30mA RCB connected into the control box and installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with IEE regulations. Do not attempt to use any other electrical equipment on this supply. A separate breaker and a dedicated supply from your electrical panel is required.

It will be necessary to have your electrician in attendance when your spa is delivered and commissioned to wire it to the supply.

Installation
In order to install your hot tub we must have access with a clearance of approximately 2 metres available to the site. It will be the responsibility of the customer to hire a crane or forklift to aid in siting the spa due to poor access.

Training
Full training will be given on maintaining your spa and on the water chemistry. You will also receive a full upgraded chemical pack with your new spa.