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Conservatory Spa

With the high level of stress that most individuals face, spas have increased in popularity. Individuals leave the spa well rested, relaxed, and rejuvenated. The idea is to reset the body, mind, and soul by releasing the negative toxins that we unknowingly absorb in our daily lives. A spa does this by promoting a calming connection with nature. Given that nature is one of the most soothing remedies, it is only appropriate to house a spa in a structure that will give users the strongest connection to nature without requiring them to endure the elements.

Since the conservatory is a glass structure it provides users with the opportunity to experience the surrounding outdoor beauty, no matter the time of day or year. The natural light that a conservatory provides greatly reduces the need for harsh, artificial lighting. Conservatories are the ideal environment for plant growth as well, so the peaceful outdoors can truly be brought indoors in a spa conservatory.

Some think that since a conservatory is made almost entirely of glass, it is bound to be cold in the winter and hot in the summer. This is simply untrue and when properly designed, a conservatory can be comfortable at any time of year. Selecting the correct ventilation is essential to ensure adequate air flow throughout a conservatory spa. Ridge vents are ideal, along with operable windows, doors, and skylights, all of which are engineered with matching sightlines to create one cohesive structure. Stand alone conservatories typically include their own HVAC units while lean-to conservatories utilize the HVAC system of the structure to which it is attached. Either way, a comfortable temperature is easily achieved in the spa.