Answers to your most frequently asked questions
The choice is yours, but we certainly have some ideas! When thinking of where to place your Immerspa, imagine your entire backyard oasis complete with stone or concrete paving, manicured landscaping, a custom deck around the outskirts and more. Think of the overall size of your vision and not just the dimensions of the spa itself. Remember that the spa will need to connect to both electricity and water, please work with your contractor for the best location in proximity to the outlets.
Yes, of course! This is one of the many reasons why Immerspa is the best choice for you. Choose from over 20 styles, assorted colors, and number of jets to customize your spa. With Immerspa there is an ideal spa for everyone, and we will help you find the best option to complement your lifestyle.
Once you have settled on your new Immerspa, our team will send you our detailed Installation Guide. This guide has step-by-step details that lay out the process for your contractor. Your contractor will live by this guide every step of the way!
Contact us today and we can connect you with a Preferred Immerspa Contractor who has experience with our spas and will make this process as smooth as possible!
The Immerspa fiberglass pools are much more durable, need little to no maintenance, and have a clean and sophisticated look. With vinyl, you must be ready to replace the liner after years of wear and tear, whereas with Fiberglass, this investment is for the long haul and requires no replacement! Our fiberglass pools also allow for customization, easy installation and overall lower cost compared to a vinyl option.
Immerspas are made of fiberglass because fiberglass is durable, holds longevity, and requires limited maintenance. It does not need a replacement liner or resurfacing. The installation is quick and compatible with automated low sodium saltwater systems.
Easily integrated into a landscape design with a more appealing finish, integrated into the landscaping and versatile installation. Installation options include, inground, partially in the ground, out of the ground or roof top applications
An Immerspa produces the soothing sound of water and harmonizes your space by bringing the spa feeling home. You can relax at home in your backyard while the soothing jets can relax your tired muscles.
A spa’s warm water with bubbles/jets creates an ideal environment to perform a variety of exercises to get fit in your Immerspa. You get a minimal impact workout that is easy on your joints while preventing injury and still improving muscle, flexibility, and promotes weight loss.
There is no recommended time limit for being in your immerspa, however, it is best to be sure you are hydrated while you are in the spa by drinking plenty of water.
There is no reason that you cannot bring your baby into the spa. If you keep the spa just below body temperature Your baby will enjoy it! If you keep the water at that temperature, you should limit the amount of time the baby is in the spa. Your baby should not overheat or get cold, as this is the same for all small children, not too hot and not too long…
Within the first trimester of a pregnancy, it is normally safe to use an Immerspa spa. Once the baby starts developing it is not recommended to go in. Please consult your physician if you think you are pregnant.
A great rule of thumb is to keep the temperature at least 5 degrees lower than when in use. It is necessary to keep it at lower temperatures when it’s not in use so that energy consumption isn’t too high.
This may be the first thing you ask about when you got your Immerspa. We recommend you completely change the water in your spa at least once every three months.
Water testing from a local pool supply store will help ensure you are at appropriate levels for chlorine or bromine, PH, and alkalinity. Spa Marvel has a product that helps make chemical use less and conditions your skin. When organic stains occur in your spa, products such as Lawrason’s Stain Out can be used in tiny amounts to eliminate stains. We recommend weekly vacuum maintenance with a small hand-held rechargeable spa vacuum to eliminate debris.
You should replace your spa filter every year, rinse it every two weeks with a hose, and clean it with a filter cleaning solution every two months. Rinsing it with a hose will dislodge any surface debris caught in the filter. Also letting it soak in a filter cleaning solution for a few hours will penetrate any built-up dirt and debris.