Made In Canada For Canada - Industry Leading Quality And Value

We bought a hot tub in Calgary from James, the whole experience from shopping at their beautiful showroom to the delivery and install was flawless. We absolutely love our hot tub and the quality over our previous tub is noticeably superior. My kids love going to the store to check out all the backyard fun they have to offer. Cheers



Personalized Consultation

Connect with our expert team for a tailored consultation to discuss your preferences, needs, and backyard vision. We’ll help you find the perfect hot tub from our premium selection.


Professional Installation

Our experienced technicians will deliver and set up your new hot tub, coordinate electrical if you use one of our preferred partners, and ensure everything is in perfect working order. We’ll also guide you through proper usage and maintenance until you feel comfortable.


Relax and Enjoy!

Immerse yourself in the luxury and relaxation of your new hot tub. Experience the ultimate backyard escape as you unwind, recharge, and create lasting memories with family and friends.



Be Well Canada Spas' high quality hot tubs are designed for Canada's climate and they're built to last.  Constructed with the Canadian Gecko Spa System and Waterway Jets, Be Well Canada believes in building a hot tub in Calgary that will provide enjoyment for years to come. A unique oxygenation blower system provides a new exhilarating hot water experience that makes the water feel soft and vivacious by injecting micro bubbles into the water. With high powered jet pumps and plenty of diverters, every jet has the power it needs to massage and feel amazing, while still giving you control on whether each jet feels powerful or soft.  A range of Waterways jets in a unique configuration in each seat, ensures you enjoy the therapeutic benefits of you new beautiful hot tub. 

The entire Be Well hot tub line has been expertly ergonomically designed to cradle each client. And created from hand rolled fiberglass reinforced shells that are warrantied for 15 years. And always comfortable, even the small details like handles molded into the shell to help you pull yourself out of the deep loungers.  With a treated 2x4 frame and reflective thermal barrier rigid foam insulation, the heat is sealed in the cabinet so it can be captured into the water, and everything is accessible and easy to service.  Backyard Canada is excited to finally offer Be Well Canada Spas as their exclusive dealer for Hot Tubs in Calgary.


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Reflective Thermal Barrier Rigid Foam Perimeter Insulation

Built in Canada for Canada

Better Insulation

Be Well Canada Spas use reflective thermal barrier rigid foam insulation around the cabinet, keeping the significant heat generated by the pumps in the spa to transfer to the water. Capturing all of the heat the hot tub creates to warm the water.  And unlike full foam spas, all the components are visible and easy to service in your backyard.

Strong, Enduring and Vibration Absorbing

Treated Timber Frame

Built with a treated timber, strong, dimensional lumber frame, that sits in an impervious ABS insulated base. The frame will remain dry, but if it does get wet, you have no concerns, thanks to the pressure treatment of the entire frame. Your hot tub is built for years of enjoyment.  

Hot Tub Frame

Canadian Parts, Industry Leading Technology

Gecko Controls

Be Well Spas use certified Gecko controls to make your spa experience convenient and easy. Gecko is an industry leader with parts easily sourced and exchanged in just minutes. Guaranteeing the long term usability of your hot tub. WIFI connection allows you to control your hot tub from anywhere on earth. 

Dramatically Lower Chlorine or Bromine Levels

ClearBlue Mineralization Water Treatment (option)

ClearBlue is leading edge water treatment technology for hot tubs and pools, that allows you to dramatically reduce the amount of chlorine or bromine required to keep the hot tub clean. By adding small amounts of copper, silver and zinc to the water, through an integrated diode system, we are able to eliminate most of the algae and bacterial growth in the tub. Allowing chlorine/bromine levels to be dropped from 3 - 6 parts per million down to drinking water levels of 0.5 - 1 part per million.  


The cost of a hot tub will depend on the size and features, but you can expect a hot tub for two people to cost around $9,000 to $12,000. A hot tub for four or more people is will range from $11,000-$14,000 and an eight-person hot tub will set you back around $13,000 to $22,000.

Hot tubs have many benefits to offer. Some of these benefits include: feeling more relaxed and less stressed, improving your sleep quality, strengthening your immune system, and improving muscle soreness. Hot water therapy is also an amazing way to release tension as the buoyancy of the water releases pressure on your spine and your joints.  

A hot tub is heavy and can weigh anywhere from 600-1,200 lbs empty, but over 5,000 lbs when full of water. It is important to take this into account when installing the hot tub and make sure you have a strong, sturdy foundation. In addition, make sure the floor you are installing it on can support the weight of a hot tub. 

This depends on the hot tub you select. The most common hot tub size is 8 feet x 8 feet. But there are many options at 7 feet x 7 feet, and then a variety of smaller sizes available also. We often recommend that you select a larger tub if you have the space and even occasionally plan to have more than 3 people in the tub. This extra spa will add to everyone’s enjoyment of the tub! 

When it comes to hot tubs, bigger is often better. The most common hot tub size is 8 feet x 8 feet. Though many people choose smaller footprints to fit the space in their yard, or because they only ever plan to use the tub with one other person or alone. We offer all varieties of hot tub sizes, so we will certainly have a great option available for you. If you plan on using the hot tub as a family, then 8 ft x 7 ft will be best suited for you.

There are a few different ways that hot tubs keep the water clean and sanitary. First, most hot tubs filter the water with a mechanical pleated filter before it goes into the unit. Second, many modern hot tubs have ultraviolet (UVC) and Ozone water treatment systems. These are considered active sanitizers, as they are actively killing contaminents in the water. Third, some hot tubs use a mineralization system that creates an environment that algae and bacteria don’t readily grow in, which means you can actually reduce the amount of chlorine in the water from 3 to 6 parts per million to as low as 0.5 to 1 part per million. 

The water in your hot tub should be changed approximately every six months. We often recommend doing this in the spring and the fall, to avoid any freezing problems. Most cities have by-laws that require you to put the water down the municipal water drain.  However, properly balanced water with a chlorine content below 3 parts per million should be safe for your grass. Additionally we recommend purchasing a 1/4 horsepower submersible pump to empty your tub. It will take approximately 40 minutes to drain most hot tubs this way, compared to several hours with the drain that the hot tub comes equipped with. 

It is a good idea to always have an extra filter on hand so that you can easily change the filter when it becomes dirty. You should rinse your filters every 30 days. Every 60 days you should submerge the filters in filter cleaner overnight to release any biofilms and to deep clean your filter.