The innovative design of our base panels ensures that you get the strongest base possible from a plastic product which can be filled with gravel to help prevent issues commonly found with a concrete equivalent.
As concrete pads are practically impermeable, this means that water can puddle below your hot tub. This water can, over time and with weathering, erode and start to break up or crack. The replacement of this concrete pad is then a significant task, as the spa will need to be fully drained and moved before the pad can be relaid.
As our base panels (either filled or unfilled) are an open structure and laid on a solid but free-draining base, water is allowed to soak through the upper surface and into the ground below. This reduces any standing water underneath and around your spa area and practically eliminates puddling or the risk of degradation to your base.
The special formulation of our recycled plastic means that it is resistant to the effects of weather such as frost or damage from the UV rays of the sun and properly installed, should last a lifetime. It is also unaffected by many chemicals, which is of great importance around hot tubs, as chemicals such as chlorine are often added to keep the spa clean.