Yes! In-between the Polystone liner of the tub and the ThermoWood Staves is 5cm of polystyrene for insulating. Meaning your water stays hotter for longer.
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Your hot tub requires almost no maintenance, and very little cleaning. Simply wipe with a clean cloth and dish washing liquid and your next tub is ready to go.
Our wood burner is amazing! It’s made from 316 Marine Grade Stainless Steel. It’s doubled walled and weighs over 45kg. It’s super Heavy Duty and has a 35kW heating capacity.
Any dry firewood is fine, however, a slight mixture of hard and soft wood is ideal!
The tub should be placed on stable, even ground. A concrete, paved or wooden pad is ideal, however compacted gravel or chips are also suitable.
Please note, the price does not include site preparation or landscaping.
No, if you are only using your tub for several days at a time and draining it regularly, no chemicals are required. When you’re done, the water is clean enough to be used for irrigation. This is chemical free bathing at it’s best! Great for your family and the environment.
We take exceptional pride in our product and can guarantee that every individual Alpine Spa is crafted with meticulous care that includes over 40 hours of skilled workmanship.
All of our spas boast impressive components including the premium American-made Balboa® control system, Australian SpaNet control systems, American Lucite® acrylic shell, and the latest in water purification systems. Each model is also fitted with tough, high-quality, three layer insulation, designed not only to make heating your spa quicker and more efficient, but to ultimately save you money on power.
No, in most cases your council will not require you to fence your spa pool.We’re a safety-first company and have designed our portable spa pools meet the fencing criteria stipulated by council requirements.
Here’s the nitty gritty from the councils; A cover may be used as a barrier for a small heated pool with a water surface area of 5 m² or less and with walls that are 760 mm above the adjacent floor or ground. The cover must restrict the entry of children when closed; and be able to withstand a reasonably foreseeable load; and be able to be readily returned to the closed position; and have signage indicating its child safety features. Our covers far exceed the minimum requirements.
Yes. All our spas, swim spas and hot tubs come with highly insulated lockable covers. Alpine Spas covers are specifically designed to keep the heat in, even in the depths of a Canadian winter!
Your spa must be places on a hard-flat surface that will not move and can handle the total weight of your spa with water. Your spa cannot be placed on grass.
Your required power supply will depend on the spa pool you choose. Spa pools can range from 15amp to 32amp and sometimes even 45amp. Some 10amp Spa Pools exist on the market however they are very underpowered with small heaters and pumps that struggle to maintain heat – we do not offer these.
The majority of our spa pools are 15amp and include a cable with a plug that can be plugged into a suitable 15amp socket. Any spa pools that require higher than 15amp and generally hardwired directly to the switchboard on their own dedicated feed.
Typically an electrician will install a 15amp outdoor socket, isolation switch and RCD for you to plug your spa pool into.
Spas with a higher draw than 15amp would require an electrician to wire directly into the spa pool controller, set up an isolation switch and feedback to the switchboard protected by an RCD.
We understand that understanding power supply requirements can be daunting. Call us to talk with an expert 0800 99 33 88. We’re here 7 days a week!
We stand behind our spa pools with industry leading warranties.
Your spa comes with a 10 year structural warranty, 5 year acrylic shell warranty (Lucite® shells), 5 year heater & jets warranty and 2 year equipment warranty. On top of that, our Platinum Series spa pools come with an 8 year acrylic shell warranty (Aristech® shells).
For additional peace of mind, we offer a ‘60 Day Satisfaction Guarantee’ meaning if you don’t absolutely love your spa, we will give you your money back!
For full warranty Terms and Conditions, please follow the below link: www.alpinespas.co.nz/terms-conditions/
Each Alpine Spa comes with a free water treatment start-up kit. When you need replenishments, simply call us on 0800 99 33 88 and we’ll courier them out to you. If you spend over $100 shipping is free!
Or you can buy your water treatment products direct from our Christchurch or Auckland Showrooms.
Our models are designed by The Canada Spa Company based in Canada. A global brand in the industry with over 30 years’ experience in Hot Tubs and other products. These models are sold internationally through North America, Europe and Asia. We’re proud to be the agents for their spa designs in New Zealand.
Yes, we work directly with GEM finance to provide you very attractive finance options.
GEM finance are one of the country’s leading finance providers and work with most major retailers in New Zealand.
Visit our finance options page for more information.
With dispatch/pickup warehouses in both Auckland and Christchurch, Alpine Spas have the ability to deliver throughout NZ. What’s even better is that we have free delivery* options available. If your site is complicated we can also help with manpower, Hiab crane, crane and even helicopter options.
*See our product pages for more details.
You can trust us to bring you the complete relaxation experience, wherever you might be!
One of the main differences between a traditional sauna and an infrared sauna is the heat involved while inside the unit.
Traditional dry saunas use temperatures as high as 80 to 90 degrees Celsius, which can overwhelm those who are more sensitive to the heat.
Infrared saunas use a much milder temperature environment of between 45 to 65 degrees Celsius. However, because the heat of infrared saunas travels much deeper into the body, they can cause a more vigorous sweat at lower temperature.
Traditional saunas use a stove to heat the air. As the temperature of the air increases around you, the temperature of your body increases as well due to absorption by heat convection. This causes your body to start the cooling process by transporting blood closer to the surface of the skin and opening pores through sweating.
Infrared saunas also heat the surrounding air but to a lesser degree. Instead, infrared saunas use infrared heaters to emit a specific wavelength of infrared light. Your skin absorbs this wavelength, causing your body’s temperature to rise. This elicits the same effects as a traditional sauna with less overall heat needed.
Another difference between a traditional sauna and an infrared sauna is the amount of power required to operate each unit.
Traditional saunas require more overall power to run. Our traditional saunas have either a 4.5kw heater (Barrel) or a 9kw heater (Hut). Our infrared saunas have either a 1.5kw heater (Oslo) or a 2.4kw heater (Copenhagen).
This means that a traditional sauna is more expensive to run than an infrared sauna. This can make a difference, depending on how often you use the unit.
Besides their stunning wooden design, Saunas are a fantastic way of detoxifying the whole body through the perspiration process, helping to remove waste from the body and skin. This can improve overall health by enhancing blood circulation which can reduce joint stiffness and may relieve other conditions caused by poor circulation. Saunas are know for relieving stress and tension, as well as, rejuvenating skin cells leaving you feeling relaxed and looking youthful and refreshed.
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