LifeSpas offers a wide range of shell materials and
construction methods. Not all shells are built alike, so by
offering all the major materials and construction methods you
get a wider choice. When you go to a spa company that only
sells one type of material and construction method they will
usually tell you it is the best. We offer standard acrylics
and ABS back shell materials. Whether it is the luster shine
of Lucite Acryilc or the granite look and texture of Aristech
Quarite; at LifeSpas you will find many choices of colors and
textures for your spa.
LifeSpas also offers Duraflexx Spa Shell, an exclusive spa
shell far surpassing the industry standard for spa shells. We
use a .350 thick thermoplastic where many acrylics are .125 to
.175 thick. Duraflexx Spa Shells are a composite of the finest
material available in the industry. Duraflexx outer layer is a
thermoplastic for high impact strength. This material is UV
stable and can withstand extreme temperatures.
This shell can easily be repaired with its own material
unlike most spas. Duraflexx Spa Shell surface has a unique
texture which feels great on your skin and helps prevent
slipping. Duraflexx Spa Shell surface is easy to clean and has
stain resistant properties. When it comes to spa shells, there
is no better place than LifeSpas to select a shell with the
look and durability you are looking for.
Many spa companies use high density foam backing or no
backing at all. At LifeSpas we use a blend of fiberglass and
ridgedizer to create a thicker shell and overall strength
which intern helps resist surface damage.
Many customers feel that there is no difference from one
spa shell to the next. We know from selling numerous
replacement spas to customers and having to haul away
competitor's spas to the dump, shells should be built to last
because nobody wants to throw away their spa.