To consider before buying
Your home most likely offers multiple sites where your spa may be installed. Use the information  presented in this section to assist you in carefully selecting the site that works best for you. It is your  responsibility to choose and prepare the site properly before delivery, so you will experience a smooth and efficient delivery as well as obtain optimal use and full enjoyment of your spa.


The direction that your spa will be facing will contribute to your overall bathing experience. Select the  spa location that will provide optimal views based on your property layout. Consider your lifestyle and where you want to enjoy your spa and situate it accordingly. Indoor installations provide privacy, but create high levels of humidity. If your spa is outside, a nearby place for you and your guests to change clothes is a huge convenience. Also, a location near a house entry is convenient in areas with extreme winter climates.

Service Access

Some people choose to install tile, stone, or custom wood around their spas. If you are installing your  spa with custom trimming, remember to allow access for service. Should your spa need service, a technician may need to remove the spa’s equipment compartment door or side panels, or access the  spa from beneath. Also, it is always best to design special installations so the spa can Design Linel be moved, or lifted from the ground.

Delivery Basics

To prepare for the delivery of your spa, make sure the delivery path is clear and no obstructions are  present. Occasionally a crane is required to install the spa by lifting it to its final destination. The crane  operator will lift your spa over walls, buildings, or any other obstruction and place it as close to the  installation site as possible. Depending on access to the spa site, your spa may be dollied in either horizontal or vertical position. An empty spa (spa without water in it) must not be left exposed to  sunlight as shell damage may occur. Once the spa is unwrapped, fill spa with water immediately or shade the spa with cover or wrapping to prevent direct exposure to sunlight.