When is the best time to invest in a spa? If you’re adding a new pool and are on the fence about a spa, read on.
Adding a new pool to your backyard is no easy feat. Our pool specialists will assist you in designing the perfect size pool to accommodate your lot, select your tile materials, deck surfaces, pumps, heaters … but if you were thinking of adding a spa later, consider the following when making your decision:
Construction: Adding a spa during construction reduces overall construction costs: 1 crew scheduled, proper electrical and plumbing configured at the time of design.
Electrical: A spa requires additional wiring for a light(s) and pump. Installing the spa during pool construction will allow our pool specialist to help you select the right sized and powered pool pump and heat pump.
Materials: Materials used for the pool and spa will match if installed at the same time, since they are usually from the same lot. For example, trying to match coping or waterline tile to a pool that has been soaking in the sun for years is practically impossible. Why risk the mismatch, when you can do it all at the same time?
Time: Adding the spa during pool construction saves you time during the design phase, permitting, and construction (and possibly your HOA), since it only has to go through approval once.
Let our specialists at Apex Pavers & Pools help you build the pool of your dreams! Contact us today at 772-419-5151 (Treasure Coast) or 561-844-9370 (Palm Beaches).