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Hot Tub & Swim Spa Scene SWIM SPA PROJECT


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A sporty client of London Essex Hot Tubs opted for a swim spa for counter-current swimming and for cooling off after daily runs and regular marathons.


The client was considering a swimming pool for the garden but they had little space and they wanted to be able to swim all year round. “After numerous discussions, including a wet test in one of our swim spas, visits to previous clients and a design consultation, we developed a solution which met the client’s brief,” recalls Mark Woodward of London Essex Hot Tubs. The Hydropool Self-Cleaning 19ft DTfX Aqua Trainer is housed within a building that sits beautifully in the garden complementing


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and refl ecting the trees and planting on the glass sides. The sliding glass sides and open roof are ideal for those hot summer days whilst the heating and lighting means the swim spa can be used during the winter months with the client still feeling they are in the garden.


But the installation wasn’t without its challenges. Firstly, the team had to develop drawings and details to ensure that the products which were manufactured in North America and Europe all came together on time and fi tted within very small tolerances. Secondly, contractors had to remove 120 tonnes of soil and bring in concrete and building materials with limited access whilst keeping the garden tidy. This included bringing into consideration


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