Should your pool and spa be connected or separate?
Apr 07, 2021
When you and your family decided it is time to turn your backyard into a new oasis and add a pool and spa, there are a lot of considerations to keep in mind. One being should your spa be connected to your pool or should you keep the two separate?
There are a variety of reasons why you should connect the two. Here is a brief list:
First and foremost, a spa will enhance he design of your pool and more than likely immediately increase your property value.
By connecting the two extends your pools functionality for socialization purposes. While one person is in the spa you can speak to another person cooling off in the pool.
When your pool is connected to your spa it will help with orthopedic issues that you and your family maybe experiencing. Your body and muscles can now easily and quickly go from the cooler water to the warmer water.
In contrast, here are a few reasons why you may want to keep them separate.
One reason why you may want to keep them separate is so spa water doesn’t get into the pool and vicar-versa.
If both share the same pump and the pump breaks and/or malfunctions both the pool and spa will stop working properly. If though, you keep them separate, should one go down, you still have access to the other.
At Custom WaterShapes, we will help you and your family makes the right decision for you and your home. That means us being with you during not just the installation part of the job but also all the planning and preparation. This way all visions and goals are met
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