A Long Island Hot Tub spa project won Long Island Pool and Spa Association’s (LIPSA’s) most prestigious award -- “Best Overall Design.” For a hot tub to win this category -- over all other water features -- was quite a triumph.
The winning hot tub/spa living area was part of a larger, multi-faceted backyard retreat: deck and spa (with its own pergola); separate pavilion with shingled roof and white columns; small pond; stepping stone paths; a second, larger, vanishing-edge pond and waterfall, as well as a private “island” and connecting stream. A new fireplace area was included. It not only offers warmth in autumn and winter months, but creates the perfect ambience while soaking in the hot tub.
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Making News: A Portable Hot Tub Wins Over All Other Water Features
Long Island Hot Tub built the new deck, and the pergola for the hot tub, in the first of three phases for this outdoor retreat. Hot tub is positioned so users as can enjoy the spectacular surrounding water features, as well as the fireplace.
When lounging in spa, users can see both ponds, waterfalls, as well as fireplace and pavilion.
Casement handsomely echoes color of decking; client suffers from orthopedic issues, and this Bullfrog Spa, with easy to change individual massaging JetPaks, is just what the doctor ordered.
Spa is kept clean almost entirely through non-chemical means by use of silver mineral cartridge and an Ozonator system. Water is always pristine and pure but with no chemical smell.
Published March 27th, 2014 1:53 PM