The Spa has been completed and is up and running. The features include:
This project comprises of a large spa bath, uniquely shaped deck level pool and balance tanks for each. The pool will have an insulated slatted cover which will be hidden when closed. Colour changing LED lights will be used to light up the water. These are controllable and compatible with automation systems.
Insulation has been a priority throughout this project. The project location is fairly exposed and is predominantly in the shade. Insulation panels have been installed externally and Quad-lock panels forming the pool’s internal structure. The slab will also be insulated, as will the base in the spa. The purpose of this insulation is minimise heat loss through the structure, thus saving potentially thousands compared to an uninsulated pool. The insulated slatted cover will help to counteract heat loss through evaporation.
The Tiling for the spa has been finished, all that remains are the finishing touches to complete the surround. The spa comprises four separate seats and an air massage bed in the middle. There are both air and water jets, and colour changing lights that contribute to the sensory experience. If you are interested in having a Hydrotherapy Spa constructed, why not get in touch here to discuss your options.
Using specialist products, which can be found here, the Quad-Lock shell is rendered prior to
tanking. The bench in the middle is an air massage bed, which will be both sensory and
relaxing for its users at this specialist school for children with disabilities.
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The tiles in the pool have been laid and the grout is curing. The cover pit lids are in place and
are ready to receive the surround tiles. The next step to be completed is the stretched ceiling in
the cavity pictured above. To find out more about stretched ceilings click here.