Cal Spas offers luxury products for you to keep for many years. With proper maintenance and protection, you are bound to sustain your private oasis. So what really is the advantage of having your own spa?
First, it’s the privacy! For years and years, you have dreamt of creating a sanctuary where you can come home after a long day and feel like you are in your own element. Having a place to escape in a healthy manner is your ticket to a better lifestyle. Massaging your all your senses by spending time in fresh air and nature. Allowing yourself to immerse in a warm tub with a blanket of bubbles hugging your body is the ultimate goal.
Second, we are the #1 hydrotherapy manufacturer. We pay attention to all the details to make sure we give you the purest experience. By using hydrotherapy to decompress, you are improving your blood circulation, relieving pain, and reducing anxiety. Rejuvenating your mind, body, and soul will cause you to be happier and think more clearly ultimately benefiting your lifestyle.
Third, our jets are unsurpassed! Cal Spas exclusive Velocity Jets and Candy Cane Jets will target soft tissue and deep tissue muscles. By owning a Cal Spas Hot Tub you are not settling for basic jets that burst out water, we got the hydrotherapy jets down to a science.
Here is a display of the Veranda 422B, our spa comes ready to use with a plug n play kit. This convenient kit reduces installation costs since you can simply plug in your spa and soak – saving you money! With a plug n play spa, you eliminate a technician, as the tub comes with a simple 3-prong 110v cord that can plug into any outlet. Additionally, a plug and play hot tub is not hard-wired into a permanent outside box. Which makes it easier to take with you if you decide to move. The Veranda can be indoor or outdoor depending on your set up. Fits up to 2 people and is ideal for empty nesters.
Here are some reasons to stay away from Public Spas:
Recreational water illnesses (RWI) are not uncommon problems: They can happen in the ocean, in local swimming holes, in public pools, and yes, even in hot tubs. Always bathe with soap after you use a public swimming area.
Weird smell in the air: Try the sniff test. If the water has a weird smell, do not go in. This is a sign they are not properly taking care of their water.
Excessive foam: If mounds of foam are still floating on the water when the jets are turned off, don’t get in. That means the water hasn’t been filtered correctly and probably needs sanitizing.
Bio-film: If you notice a strange odor, cloudy water, slime, floating debris, the hot tub is contaminated. Regular sanitizers will not help, and this means the pipes and filter needs to be checked and solved.
Thick Water: Skin lotion, sunscreen, hair products, and sweat deplete chlorine levels in any body of water. Then there’s the potential of other contaminants, like urine bathers secretly release (which they incorrectly assume is harmless). All of these contaminants can rob chlorine of its potency, while not infectious; can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, and respiratory tract.
Public Spas have the potential to not be safe but its best to pay attention and make the best choice for you.