Could you swap your local pool for your own swim spa?

Swimming is a fantastic opportunity for families to spend time together whilst also keeping fit. Many families choose to go away on holiday to destinations with a pool to make the most of swimming during the summer, and many parents enrol their children onto swimming lessons at their local pool at home to help them learn to swim and become stronger swimmers. However, should families that are keen swimmers and regularly pay a visit to their local pool consider buying their own swim spa?

Swim without leaving your home

For those who are making the journey to the local swimming pool regularly, the convenience offered by being able to swim at home is unmatchable. Swim spas mean that users can enjoy the benefits of being able to swim as they would in a standard-sized pool, but in a much smaller space. This means that buyers don’t need to give up their whole outside space, but instead a smaller area where their swim spa allows them to swim against a current and therefore continue swimming as long as they wish to in a single direction.

Create a garden feature

At the same time as the convenience of being able to swim at home, users can also enjoy the benefit of having a swim spa to create a whole feature in their garden. This could be utilising a surrounding decking area, or buying a swim spa with a hot tub as part of it, which gives users greater flexibility of use. This can become a dedicated area outside or even inside depending on space and personal preference.

Fitness and flexibility

Being able to swim at home in your own swim spa saves journey time and ultimately allows users to make more use of the swim spa than they would going to the local pool. Of course it offers much greater privacy as it gives completely personal use, and is available to use at any time of the day, not restricted to public pool times, or interrupted by public swimming lessons. Your swim spa is also adjustable to the level you want, and the current can be increased or decreased for a more challenging or relaxing swim.

Safe for children and rehabilitation

While it may be difficult to go to a public pool if you have any injuries, having your own swim spa allows easy swimming from your own home, at a level that is physically possible to aid recovery. The depth is also ideal for teaching children to swim, and easy for adult supervision and safety since the water area covered is much smaller than a large public pool, so you can make sure your family is always safe.

If you’re considering a swim spa for your home and personal use, get in touch with Anasa today on 0208 309 0600 or take a look at some of our swim spas here.

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