Exploring Our Collection of Outdoor Spas

If you’re going to imagine the perfect picture of outdoor serenity, while still staying within the comfortable confines of your own property, it just has to have a spa in it! An outdoor spa is the perfect way to relax and enjoy some peace and quiet, whether you’re by yourself or with friends.

Just Spas has a range of different outdoor spas for you to choose from, each one designed to give you the best possible experience. Whether you’re looking for something small and intimate or something that’s large enough to accommodate a crowd, we’ve got you covered. And if you’re not quite sure what kind of outdoor spa would be right for you, our friendly and knowledgeable staff would be more than happy to help you out.

So why not make your dream of an outdoor oasis come true? Come on down to Just Spas today and take a look at our selection of beautiful outdoor spas

FAQs About Outdoor Spas 2022

Outdoor spas come in all shapes and sizes, so the cost will vary depending on what you’re looking for.  Generally speaking, the larger the spa, the more expensive it will be. But don’t worry – we have a variety of financing options available to make your dream outdoor spa more affordable than you might think.

There are plenty of reasons to get an outdoor spa, but here are just a few of the most popular ones:

Relaxation: One of the best things about having an outdoor spa is that it’s the perfect place to relax. Whether you’ve had a long day at work or you’re just looking to unwind, spending some time in your own personal oasis can do wonders for your mental well-being.

Stress Relief: In addition to being a great place to relax, outdoor spas are also great for relieving stress. Soaking in warm water is known to help reduce stress, and the massaging action of the jets can further help to ease any tension you may be feeling.

Privacy: With an outdoor spa, you never have to worry about running into someone you know (unless, of course, you invite them over). You can relax in your own space without having to worry about being interrupted.

Improved Sleep: Soaking in an outdoor spa before bed can help you sleep better. The warm water helps to relax your muscles and ease tension, which can make it easier to fall asleep.

Now that you know a little bit more about the potential benefits of outdoor spas, we hope you’ll come visit us at Just Spas and take a look at our selection.

If you’re thinking about getting an outdoor spa, one of the first things you’ll need to think about is what you’re going to put it on. After all, a spa is a big investment, so you’ll want to make sure it’s properly supported.

One option is to put your outdoor spa on a concrete pad. This will provide a level and stable surface for your spa, and will also help to protect it from any potential damage that could be caused by water or insects. 

Another option is to put your outdoor spa on decking. This can provide a more attractive look for your backyard, and can also help to keep your spa clean since debris will fall through the spaces between the boards.

Some homeowners choose to go for the trendy styling of a gravel bed. This can provide a very natural look for your outdoor spa, but it’s important to keep in mind that gravel can shift over time and may need to be replaced or releveled after an extended period of time.

Then there are also pre-made bases. These are a great option if you’re trying to reduce the impact your spa may have on the ground it is placed on. This is also a low-effort option that can save you both time and money.

No matter which option you choose, it is vital that the spa sits upon level ground so that water does not pool in a particular direction

Ultimately, the decision of what to put under your outdoor spa is up to you. Just be sure to consider all of your options and choose the one that best suits your desired looks but also the needs of your space!

Given that spas are a sizeable investment, you want to get as much value out of your purchase as possible. One of the things that will determine how much you get out of the spa is where you decide to put it! 

Here are a few factors to keep in mind when choosing the perfect location for your outdoor spa:

Proximity to the house: You’ll want to make sure your outdoor spa is located close enough to the house that you can easily get to it when you want to use it. This is also important if you imagine using the spa in winter. When you want a drink or something from the house, you won’t want it to be a massive trek to reach the back door!

Privacy: It’s important to find a spot for your outdoor spa that offers some privacy so you can relax without feeling like you’re on display. This may mean locating it close to trees or shrubs, or perhaps even putting up a fence or privacy screen. 

Sun and shade: You’ll want to find a spot for your outdoor spa that gets a good amount of sun during the day. This will help to keep the water warm. However, you’ll also want some shade so you can enjoy the spa without feeling like you’re in the direct sun. A great way to get the best of both worlds in this scenario is to consider installing an extendable shade sail. That way, during the heat of summer you’ll be able to be refreshed while in the spa rather than needing to worry about sunburns.

Proximity to the lawn: When installing a spa, it’s helpful to imagine the common walkway that people will take to get into it. If the spa is on or near grass, wet feet that leave the spa and then re-enter will likely come with grass and other bits attached to them. This can be an annoyance and really add to the amount of debris that needs cleaning up after usage.

These are just a few things to keep in mind when choosing the perfect location for your outdoor spa. By taking the time to find the right spot, you’ll be able to enjoy your spa for years to come!

Outdoor spas can actually require more maintenance than indoor spas, depending on where they are located and how they are used. 

For example, if your outdoor spa is located in an area that gets a lot of sun, the water will likely evaporate more quickly. This means you’ll need to add water to the spa more often. 

If your outdoor spa is located in an area that gets a lot of wind, leaves and other debris may blow into the spa. This means you’ll need to clean the spa more often. 

And if your outdoor spa is located in an area that gets a lot of rain, you’ll need to make sure that the water level doesn’t get too high and overflow. 

However, these little annoyances can be negated by using a good quality spa cover. There are hard or soft versions out there but hardcovers tend to be a more effective choice.


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