Summer can be the best time to invest in a new swim spa or hot tub, says Mark Fell from Skyview Industries in Central Saanich.

Summer can be the best time to invest in a new swim spa or hot tub, says Mark Fell from Skyview Industries in Central Saanich.

Summer and hot tubs a great match in Victoria

Hot tub, swim spa deals there for the taking in July and August, says Central Saanich dealer

Fall is a great time to enjoy the relaxation and therapeutic value of a hot tub or swim spa, but did you know that some of the best pricing of the year can be found during the summer?

Dealers frequently set up shop at the fall and spring home shows looking to increase awareness of their products. But as Mark Fell with Skyview Industries in Central Saanich explains, “the best deals of the year are in July and August, no matter what anyone says. We can offer you the best for less.”

As a longtime and key Vancouver Island and B.C. dealer of Hydropool swim spas and hot tubs, as well as other related spa products such as enclosures and sunrooms, Skyview has for many years been well positioned to offer attractive pricing and financing, Fell says.

Is it time to replace your old tub?

Depending upon the quality and the attention you pay to maintenance, your hot tub can last anywhere between five to 20 years, according to Hydropool. If your tub is in that age range and you still regularly use it, but you feel it may be near the end of its lifespan, why not consider updating your equipment? Ask at Skyview about equivalent current models, self-cleaning technology, or making the leap into a swim spa to add an exercise element to your home recreation activities.

Stop by and check out the selection

Whether you’re a fan of wood cabinetry, a clean contemporary look or envision your new hot tub or swim spa built in to your deck, Skyview can help you out with that. Talk to them about finding the perfect size of tub for your space and use, and about delivery and installation options.

Providing you with the industry standard Hydropool self-cleaning hot tubs and swim spas are enjoyed by users in 64 countries, including a large number in the company’s home country of Canada. As the Mercedes-Benz of the industry, Hydropool has a longstanding reputation for manufacturing quality, with spa features that reduce the maintenance required and make owning one a treat.

Speak with the experts

The experienced staff at Skyview Industries can help make your hot tub and spa shopping easier and assist you in finding the right unit to fit your needs. They invite you to come by their showroom on Butler Crescent in the Keating X Road neighbourhood to compare models. And don’t forget to bring your shopping notes so you can see just how much you’ll save! You can also call them at 250-652-0888 or send an email to skyview@islandnet.com.

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