Spa plumbing and jet question
Plumbing my own inground gunite spa. Any advice on different waterway poly gunite jets (roto, directional, massage, etc)? Don't really enjoy the air injection, should I cap the air fitting on waterway T-body or run to a stand pipe. My spa is 1/2 inground and 1/2 above ground. Can I plumb a 'T' into suction line into a stand-pipe at coping level so that spa does not overflow during rain? What is best way to plumb an overflow. First post, but pool is all tile and 99% done, detached spa at pre-gunite stage.