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    ARCTIC SPAS & BILLIARDS
    Moved into a home with a hot tub. We had never cared for a hot tub before and Arctic Spas was wonderful when I called with questions. They instructed me to bring down a water sample and explained that when I got there they would go over how to treat/clean the hot tub. They were very thorough as they walked me through the processes. This took about 45 minutes. At the end they sold me, for $245, a box kit with all the chemicals I needed for my hot tub - I also purchased a filter. The best thing was the laminated instruction sheet, which I refer to ALL the time. I was able to get the tub properly treated thanks to their help and their cheat sheet. A week or so later, they came out and inspected the hot tub. Something I plan to have them do yearly. That cost was $129. Pros: Extremely pleasant to work with. Very knowledgeable. In town / local. Cons: Some of the supplies they sell seem to be double -or more than double- the price of similar product(s) sold online. I am going through test strips like crazy while I familiarize myself with the tub. A top-rated brand (not an off-brand nor a generic-brand) of test trips online was 1/2 the price for twice the test strips on Amazon (free shipping to my door). We are all use to paying a bit more up here, but double? Conclusion: I HIGHLY recommend Arctic Spas - 5 gold stars! I will have them continue to service my hot tub in the future. In addition, I like to buy local and will try to purchase from them, but on some of their products, I might have to shop else where :-(.
    - R B.
  • A
    Allure Day Spa & Hair Design
    Amber was awesome! She is very professional but still makes you feel comfortable. It was my first time receiving a facial and it was completely worth it. The atmosphere and the facial are very relaxing and soothing. After she was finished she was able to educate me on what products would help my skin, and what facial would be best for me in the future. She is very knowledgeable in what she does and in their products. I will definitely be going back for another.
    - Hillary H.
  • A
    Tub Renu
    He was willing to try something new and he was interested in the work he did. He did a very good job. It was a big job. It took all day long with him working and we're very pleased. The only thing was he took out the nozzles and said he would be able to get to it better if he removed the toilet so I said go ahead and he didn't actually put the toilet back. He didn't put the nozzle back in the tub because he need the tub to dry first for several hours. He's great and the product was wonderful.
    - Loni H.
  • A
    ARCTIC SPAS & BILLIARDS
    Service was great, they showed up on time and did the job for much less that the competition quotes.  I'm currently using them again to repair a broken heating element.  Highly recommend!!
    - Brian K.
  • A
    All About Plumbing & Heating
    Small family owned business with huge talent & customer care! Ted (owner) is extremely honest, fair, & talented. He not only replaced our very sick furnace but installed a new, excellent water heater system, plus was instrumental in finding us the most amazing spa tub around. He's so awesome that he even installed an adjustable height showerhead in the new steam shower he helped us design (and did all the plumbing for!) so that my 6'3" husband and I (at 5'2") could both enjoy having the spray hit us exactly where we wanted. You can not go wrong using All About Plumbing for your entire household plumbing & pipefitting needs!
    - Beth B.
  • D
    WATERWORKS INC
    In 2010 we purchased a very nice Hottub from Waterworks. Linda was the owner at that time and she was very easy to work with. Each summer we had Waterworks come to our house and provide the "Cadillac Service" on our Hottub. Things were great until 2015. In 2015 we noticed that something changed with the level of service we were used to getting, now every contact required multiple attempts. We would have to make multiple calls, leave multiple messages and rarely had a return call. We were told the owner, Linda, sold her business to her daughter. We fortunately don't have to deal with this company any longer. Our only objective is to warn others that the sell of the Hottub is not the most important part- the customer service is. If you proceed, let it be known that you were warned!
    - Michelle F.
  • D
    ALASKA SPA TECHNOLOGY
    They replaced the pump with an old pump. Not a new pump. They did not tell me about it. It still didn't fix it. Then they placed in a heater. Anytime they left, something new would happen. I called somebody else and was confused as to why they did what they did. I am not satisfied with them. It took 5-6 weeks to get a heater. The other company is ordering me a new pump. This company continued to tell me something different. Nobody was coordinating what really had to be done.
    - Diann W.
  • D
    WATERWORKS INC
    I have used the Waterworks for years and have always been very pleased with their customer service both in the retail store and with their repair services. This time was very different. I had a very disappointing experience. I wonder if there is new management as this experience was quite different from all previous. Contacted Waterworks in early Oct to ask for a service call because pump was making a funny noise. Took them over a week and several phones calls FROM me before they responded, and then I was told that I would get a phone call to determine what service was needed. Every time I called, I asked for an appointment because I could tell the pump was failing. I was told each time that someone would call me to make the appointment.  In early November, I finally got an appointment when the pump actually failed. They offered to rent a bucket heater since the pump was not working, which I did. I was told the entire repair would be less than a week. The repairman came out and did nothing that I could tell. When I called, I was told they had to order a part and it would be a simple repair. Meanwhile, the bucket heater overheated the tub. I was told when I picked it up that all I needed to do was put it in the tub & it would keep it from freezing. No mention of monitoring it daily or setting it on a timer so that it only came on a few hours a day. Good customer service would have given better directions on the heater. Didn't hear back for a while. On Nov. 5, A different repair person showed up, but said they had ordered the wrong part and misdiagnosed the problem. I needed an entire new pump, which now had to be ordered. I said to order asap and I would pay for expedited shipping. Made an appointment for Nov 12. The part was ordered, but the shipping wasn't expedited.   No show on Nov 12. When I called, I was told the pump wasn't here yet & they would let me know when it arrived. I asked about expedited shipping, but was told they didn't know about that. Several more phone calls from me and finally got tub fixed In early Dec. 
    - Suzanne M.
  • F
    WATERWORKS INC
    My husband paid 7000 dollars to lay down a cement pad and then bought a hot tub for a graduation present for me. However, the first spa we bought would not heat up past 80 degrees, Waterworks told us to wrap blankets around it because its too cold outside! Then the panel stopped working and we called the actually company to use a warranty (this was after 2 weeks of calls back and forth). Next hot tub work okay for about 3 months when we started to notice leaking. Called and left several messages. Set up several appointments when no one even showed up (they said they did, but we were home and did not see anyone come). We were told several times over the next 6 months that it is only condensation from the lid etc. Finally one technician said that yes it is leaking and gave us a quote of 1800 dollars for labor to fix. Now after having it a year and a half, it does not turn on. Called the company and was told someone would call me back to make an appointment, we'll see. Also told that it is probably condensation, again! which it is not. Also told that our pad is not level, will use a level on it when I get home, but a $7000 pad is not crooked, plus the leaking was on 2 different sides so that is not it.  Called the warranty number for the hot tub company that makes them and was told that yes if these problems are reported then Waterworks will need to fill out a warranty and the labor is included for 1 year. Anyways, probably will never buy a hot tub again, and definitely will never buy one from this company again. Salesperson was nice but this is a Venus fly trap.
    - Kendalin F.
  • F
    WATERWORKS INC
    I paid for a brand new hot tub on 5/13/2011. From the first time the hot tub was used I could hear a "knocking" . I called waterworks and complained, they were very nice at first and came by to check - at no further cost to me. Each time they came they said they could not near it knocking. I had them come by several times because it was very distracting and I paid 7500.00 for a hot tub that sounded like something was wrong. The problem was never resolved. I called them in April 2013, the hot tub that sat hardly used was now leaking. This time before they would come out I needed to sign new agreements and give them my credit card, it was 4/28/13 before they came out to see what was wrong. The inspection cost me 220! I was told I needed a new jet pump. I asked about the warranty, it had a 2 years no leak plumbing warranty. But now it's out of warranty and I needed to cover the whole cost to replace it, parts and labor it was (06/02) $936.75. I asked if the knocking I had been hearing was that caused the jet pump to fail. Jeremy told me it could be what caused it. When they pulled it out the whole pump was a RUSTED mess, this is from a 2 year old hardly ever used brand new hot tub that has never been moved from the date they installed it. After they left I noticed my hot tub was still leaking! No knocking but obviously losing lots of water. So I called again, and again had to pay for them to come inspect it. That was (06/12/) 103.75. I called and again poke to Jeremy asking what I'm paying another inspection fee- they just came to inspect for a leak, it's still leaking. I did eventually get 103.75 credited back. Waterworks came back to find the leak and hopefully fix it this time. Half of the labor and cost of the pipes was discounted because the manufacture was honoring there product, waterworks charged ( 06/25) 220 for the repair and ( 07/31) 315. The pipes broke causing it to leak. I asked if the bad pump caused the pipes to break. If my pump was replaced when I had gotten the hot tub or if they had taken the effort to problem shot the issue from the start I would not have had to shell out 1394.97 for a faulty jet pump on a brand new hot tub.
    - Dee W.
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