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    Optimal Spa size.

    Is 50 Sq ft too small for a spa attached to pool? Originally asked for 8 x 8 approx but doing a round spa now and saw in proposal 50 sq ft. Thanks for input!!
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    Re: Optimal Spa size.

    That is an 8 foot diameter ... which is pretty normal I think. Should fit 4-5 people pretty easily.
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    Re: Optimal Spa size.

    Thank you I feel better about that now.
    Freeform gunite, 14,000 gallon saltwater sport pool.
    10 ton moss rock w/ waterfall, 50 sq ft raised spa.
    Bluestone coping, pebblesheen. Jandy pro flo 1 hp pump, legacy 325k heater.

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