Who doesn't dream of having a home spa? After a long day at work, you could slip into a hot water bath with hydromassage jets for a moment of pure well-being.
Imagine the benefits that jacuzzi bathtubs would have on your health and on your mind! Say goodbye to stress, toxins, swelling and muscle pain; hello to relaxation and energizing your body. A hot tub would be really ideal, wouldn't it? All the more so if it is inside your home and you can enjoy it in summer and winter ...
In this article, we explain everything you need to know to install a spa in a house extension so that you can enjoy this relaxation area all year round.
Decide on the most suitable architectural structure for the spa
To install a spa indoors, nothing better than a custom home extension. But is it better to choose a veranda or an enclosed extension? And what surface is needed for this project?
First of all, the veranda and the enclosed house extension are both good choices. Opt for the veranda if you want to keep an opening to your garden. You can admire the landscape from the large bay window in your annex while being sheltered from the cold and bad weather.
The extension allows it to be out of sight. If your annex overlooks the street or the neighbors' garden, you might prefer a closed room, more cocooning and intimate. If you want to take advantage of natural light without building a veranda, it is also possible to add a skylight to your extension. Don't hesitate to talk to one of our experts about your project. He can advise you personally!