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Even the most quality hot tubs can fall victim to wear and tear. But just because your spa is a little rough around the edges, doesn't mean you have to give up on it or buy a new hot tub.
Our hot tub restoration services can be a cost-effective and eco-friendly way to bring your spa back to life!
If you have a spa or hot tub that's in rough shape, New & Used Spa Outlet may be able to restore it!
Sometimes a little elbow grease and know-how is all you need to restore your hot tub to better than brand new.
We can help!
Our hot tub restoration services are designed to be simple and flexible.
We'll take your tub to our restoration facility where our team of expert technicians will examine it, fill out your Spa Scorecard, and go over their initial findings.
Choose what restorations you'd like completed based on desired use, priorities, and budget. We will only repair what you tell us to; you can proceed or stop at any time.
Structural restorations to your hot tub are often the result of the type of material used for the base of your hot tub. Wood bases can lend to rot, sagging, or rodent destruction.
Leaks can happen. Often this is due to how well pipes are (or aren't) insulated. If you have a leaky hot tub, we can identify the source and remedy the issue through a number of methods depending on where the leak is located.
Hot tub pillows vary from model to model, but inevitably they degrade over time. Jets may need replaced from time to time, as well. We can handle both.
Shell cracks can be addressed a few ways. If they affect the integrity of the hot tub, they may be repairable, but typically aren't recommended. Others are only cosmetic and don't need repaired to continue to use your hot tub without issue.
Valves are turned to divert water or add air pressure into the jet stream in your hot tub. On the surface they look like a knob. Underneath, they can be a complex web of water or air control devices. Most valves are replaceable.
Electric components are most commonly the control pad you push and the circuit board it talks to. Think of it as the "buttons and brains" or your hot tub. Both are critical to your hot tub running correctly.
Pump motors may go out. You can recognize this issue if your pump makes a grinding or whining sound. The biggest issue comes when pump motor wet ends begin to leak. Circulation pumps provide circulation so that your heater can heat the water. These go out more frequently than pump motors.
Hot tub heaters can freeze, leak or simply stop working. Heaters have sensors that tell the circuit board the temperature of the water. Sometimes these sensors fail, other times the heater itself needs replaced.
Have a hot tub or spa needing some restorations? Fill out this brief form with some basic information to get started. We will follow-up with you shortly!