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TILED SPAS


GMT OFFER BESPOKE DESIGNS FOR BESPOKE PROJECTS Based in Chester, GMT Spas International are a dynamic manufacturing company that has put together one of the most experienced teams of spa builders and international designers to create what they believe are the finest range of hydrotherapy spa products on the international market today. Their team draws from 25 years of extensive experience within the spa industry combining talents from design, manufacture, installation and maintenance and has been directly involved with many innovative and award winning hydrotherapy spas. Each and every one of the spas from GMT is sculpted from the very best raw materials on the market today, with water, chemical and heat resistant fibreglass and gelcoat materials, as used in the marine industry, and then finally coated with a heat retaining polyurethane foam.


The finished surface of every spa is down to individual client preferences. The standard finish to their mosaic tiled spas uses products from the market leading of Emaux de Briare glazed porcelain / Crystal Mosaic tile range allowing the creation of unique styles and designs to make a truly bespoke personalised product for each and every client. Explosive colours and styles offered by designer tiles from the likes of SICIS, Mosaico and Craig Bragdy are also available. Tiles are adhered to the surface of the spas with market leading adhesives and epoxy grouts, designed specifically to cope with heat, flex, water and chemical resistance. GMT’s one ethos is to provide their clients with bespoke designs for bespoke projects. Made from only the best components and materials available in the market place today. The company recently acquired an award winning pool design consultancy to further expand its own design strengths. This acquisition allows the company to offer


Each and every one of the spas from GMT is sculpted from the very best raw materials


SolidWorks 3D modelling alongside full autocad draughting and detailing which is essential in today’s design industry. For example modelling pipe work and equipment in tight spaces can easily highlight any problems with the project before any factory or site work begins which dramatically cuts installation costs.


From their 3D models they can offer customers a pre-construction visualisation of the finished product as it would look in situ. From design conception to finished product GMT can offer their clients endless possibilities, from one-piece shells, to split shells. From basic square edged shapes to contoured complex shapes. Where before access was a problem now with a single, or a multi split spa, they can offer a solution.


MADE TO ORDER PROVIDES ABSOLUTE FLEXIBILITY Absolute Spas design and manufacture fully factory prefabricated mosaic tiled spas, swim spas and swimming pools are made to order. The company offers an extensive standard range of over 45 spas, swim spas and swimming pools for both residential and commercial use, but the flexibility of their operation allows them to produce imaginative bespoke design to suit almost any requirement.


Customers no longer have to compromise on interior design for lack of a suitable model as the company produces products to fit comfortably into any surroundings. Absolute co-ordinate with architects and designers to produce the most efficient,


CASE STUDY Certikin Tiled Spa Part Of Hotel’s Wellness Makeover


Overlooking Fistral Beach in picturesque Newquay, The Headland Hotel has earned itself a reputation for being a haven of calm and tranquility, bordered as it is by the soothing sight of the Atlantic Ocean. It is this quality that the owners wanted to capture when it came to the refurbishment


of its existing pool with the addition of an impressive wellness suite. The hotel turned to the services of specialist pool builders of over 13 years standing in the South West, Apex Pool Engineers Ltd of Goonhavern and it was they who recommended the highly sought- after Tranquillity Wellness range from Certikin. Every detail was considered to ensure maximum relaxation and pampering including a 3m diameter overflow tiled one-piece spa with double clusters of jets and air. Paul Heather of Apex


Engineers says: “This is the first time that we have installed the Certikin one-piece tiled spa and it went in like a dream.


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Throughout the whole project, we worked closely with Certikin’s Commercial division, and in particular Steve Nelson. He was first class in his recommendation of equipment and advice with any installation issues.” Had access been a problem, the Certikin tiled spa comes with the option of being delivered in two halves. The spa is rejoined on site and the joint hidden by tiling over the joint itself with the matching tile strips provided. Highly versatile, they are available for use in domestic, light commercial and heavy-use overflow applications and come in attractive round, square and octagon shapes. The spas come fully tiled from the factory and in a choice of attractive glass mosaics. Their high specification includes water hydrotherapy jets for localised massage, air tracks for all over massage, an underwater light, a floating heat retention cover and full support leg kit.


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