Concrete or Acrylic spill over spa

bull jr

Well-known member
Nov 11, 2013
Pocasset, Oklahoma
Hello All!! We have decided on a vinyl liner pool for our new house and would like to have a spill over spa attached. The builder recommended concrete but can also do the acrylic spa if we choose. There is about a $2,500 price difference. Does anyone have any insight as to which may be better/worse. Pros/Cons, experience, etc. Any info would be greatly appreciated.


Mod Squad
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Jul 10, 2012
Tallahassee, FL
I know some people say it is best to have a stand alone spa. The reason being it is easier to heat and keep heated due to the cover. It is also more comfy due to the seating and jets placement.

Let us know what you decide to do!

Kim :kim:
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