Most spas look great in the showroom, but it is important to ask yourself how the spa will look in a few months, or a few years.  For this reason, in addition to the spa's inner workings, you will want to consider the material used for the shell.

QCA Spa shells are manufactured with a patented four-layer strengthening process called Dura-Bond.  This exclusive system combines the beauty of Plaskolite acrylic with a layer of ABS for shell strength and integrity. Then we apply a layer of double strengthening material called Dura-Bond.  This high-density material is reinforced with a fibrous chop material that adds overall strength to the spa shell.  The process is completed with a thick insulating layer of polyurethane foam.

Plaskolite Acrylic

Plaskolite acrylic is a non-porus material that resists strains like a build-up of lotions and body oils, which can ruin non-acrylic spas.  This tough material keeps its shine and color despite sanitizing chemicals, high temperatures, and exposure to sunlight. It's durable surface resists chipping, cracking and denting. 

Plaskolite acrylic is easily maintained with a sponge and mild soap. No additional polishing or waxing is needed to keep its lustrous appearance.