Covana’s Horizon model of automated hot tub cover, available at Skyview Industries in Central Saanich, offers you shielding from the sun’s rays with its tilting ability, and an efficient cover when the tub is not in use.

Covana’s Horizon model of automated hot tub cover, available at Skyview Industries in Central Saanich, offers you shielding from the sun’s rays with its tilting ability, and an efficient cover when the tub is not in use.

Bring the resort to your back yard!

Skyview Industries can help enhance your home hot tub and entertainment experiences

Gazing out at your yard from the comfort of your hot tub or swim spa can be a relaxing way to enjoy your home’s natural surroundings.

Imagine adding a resort-like element to your yard, one that provides added privacy and transforms your space into a summer entertainment hub.

“Adding a semi-enclosed spa enclosure with a bar counter and stools, or installing a fully-enclosed gazebo can give you the feeling that you’re vacationing in your backyard,” says Mark Fell with Skyview Industries, a hot tub, swim spa and sunroom dealer in Central Saanich.

You’ve got versatility with these enclosures

Spa enclosure units offer flexibility, whether you want a more sheltered hot tub experience or envision an outdoor seating area where you can relax or entertain guests, Fell says. Featuring solid construction designed to last up to 20 years or more, and available in attractive contemporary styles, these structures can be installed over your hot tub or swim spa, or in a standalone spot in your yard.

And if you’ve been doing your research on prices for enclosures of this style and quality, Fell adds, you’ll be pleasantly surprised when you hear what Skyview is able to offer. Just ask them!

Automated covers make maintenance easier

Your hot tub or swim spa’s cover is a crucial part of keeping it clean and protecting it from the elements – key to extending your tub’s working life. If you want to safeguard your investment and have the ability to protect yourself from both the sun’s rays and the weather, Skyview has some great options available.

Covana automated hot tub covers allow you to raise and tilt your cover with the simple turn of a key, and lower it securely into place when you’re finished using your tub. Similar technology is available for your swim spa.

Find out about other sunspace options

If you want to enjoy a clear, unobstructed view of your yard and enjoy the sun at the same time, but aren’t necessarily a hot tub person, ask Skyview about acrylic sunroom and solarium options. With 31 years of experience building these structures in Greater Victoria, they can provide you with a valuable addition to your home.


The staff at Skyview Industries are happy to help you consider your options for enclosures and multi-purpose covers, or look into the newest models of hot tubs or swim spas. Visit their shop on Butler Crescent, chat with the experts and compare models. You can also follow Skyview on Facebook.

Canadian made Hydropool self-cleaning hot tubs and swim spas are the Mercedes-Benz of the industry. Built in Mississauga, Ont. and enjoyed by users in 64 countries, Hydropool spas have quality features that go above and beyond the norm in the industry.

Get your laps in, right there at home For the avid swim training enthusiast, a swim spa can offer you a great workout in non-turbulent conditions that do better than mimicking laps sessions in the swimming pool. They provide resistance that can be adjusted from zero to 15 km/h.

Almost wholesale prices “As a dedicated Hydropool dealer, Skyview is able to bring in a variety of styles and models and people come from all over the Island to see our selection. And because we are located in an industrial area, not a high-priced real estate neighbourhood, we can offer you the best for less,” says Fell. He adds, “A lot of our customers are hardcore shoppers who do their homework on prices and brands. We’re happy to help you find the hot tub or swim spa that’s a fit for you, with pricing and financing that will knock your socks off.”

One-stop shop to customize your spa While today’s Hydropool spas come complete with many features, there’s other ways you can customize your hot tub. There are many ways to improve your spa experience, from accessories, to a full range of water-care products for the maintenance of your hot tub, and a range of enclosures for your privacy and pleasure! As well, Skyview is a centre for repairs and parts of your existing hot tub. No matter what you’re looking for, they’ve got something in store for you.

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