Hot Tub Repair, Service Ilwaco, WA, Swim Spa and Pool Maintenance
Welcome to Allspa, Oregon’s largest and most dependable hot tub, swim spa, and sauna service company! Since 1979, we’ve been satisfying our clients with spas and service to suit any need—regardless of the brand of hot tub, sauna, or swim spa they own. The only trade certified dealer in Oregon, the service departments at Oregon Hot Tub are fully licensed in WA and OR.
Here’s What We Have to Offer
Hot Tub, Spa Repair, Service, Maintenance
When it’s time for repair on your hot tub, swim spa, sauna, or pool, trust the experts
at Allspa. Completely certified, licensed, and bonded, with nearly four decades of experience repairing spa systems, we’re the ones to get you back into hot water.
Allspa is the only Trade Certified Service Center in Oregon for Hot Tubs. What does that mean? An independent audit found us to be compliant with all procedures and guidelines. Plus, all of our technicians are background checked, licensed and bonded for security and peace of mind.
The Allspa guarantee: Within 30 days, if you experience the same recurring issue, we’ll take care of our call-out fee, leaving you with only the cost of parts and labor for new issues. And, all parts have a 1-year worry-free warranty.
Hot Tub, Swim Spa Drain and Fill
The key to keeping your hot tub, swim spa or sauna running great is regular maintenance. With a large selection of services, including drain and fill, signature spa care and recurring package services, we can help.
Hot Tub Cleaning Service, Portable Spa Maintenance, Moving
Looking to move your spa? Relocating a heavy product like a spa takes expertise to get it done safely. With a team of experts on hand, our moving crew can get the job done quickly and in the safest manner possible. We’re here with exceptional five-star service to get your spa where it needs to be!
Hot Tub, Swim Spa Watercare
Keep your hot tub, swim spa or sauna clean all year round and never stress about forgetting to clean it. Try out our recurring cleaning and water care plans and eliminate guesswork behind soaking in clean water.
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• On-Site Water Analysis
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• Spa Service Use Training
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• Real Estate Inspections
• Construction Design Consulting
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About Ilwaco Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilwaco,_Washington
Ilwaco (/?l’w??ko?/ il-WAH-koh) is a city in Pacific County, Washington, United States. The population was 936 at the 2010 census. Founded in 1890, the city was home to the Ilwaco Railway and Navigation Company along the Long Beach Peninsula, with its core economy based on logging and timber rafting. The city is located on the southern edge of the Long Beach Peninsula, on Baker Bay on the north side of the Columbia River where it meets the Pacific Ocean. It is near the city of Astoria, Oregon, which lies to the southeast on the southern bank of the Columbia.
Colbert House in Ilwaco, a National Register of Historic Places site
Ilwaco was first settled by Henry Feister in 1851, and was named for Elwahko Jim, the son in law of Chief Comcomly. Ilwaco was officially incorporated on December 16, 1890. A narrow gauge railway, Ilwaco Railway and Navigation Company, ran for over thirty years. Similarly to the nearby city of Astoria, Oregon, and the surrounding communities, Ilwaco historically had a significant population of Finnish immigrants.
The railroad ran north up First Street in Ilwaco. A published photo shows the railroad’s Ilwaco facilities, including a gallows turntable and elevated watering trough, were located on the southwest corner of the intersection of First and Spruce streets. The depot was built nearby on Spruce Street. A siding was built for the Ilwaco Mill and Lumber Company. A published photo shows the passenger depot on the west side of First Street, at a point 14.8 miles (23.8 km) from the Ilwaco Depot to Nahcotta. The Ilwaco freight depot was in a different building. The freight depot survived to modern times, and has been relocated to become part of the Columbia Pacific Heritage Museum.
The train ran out on the dock in Ilwaco. Floating logs were stored behind log booms on the west side of the Ilwaco dock. At some point after 1890, First Street had been covered with wooden planks, and remained so until 1916, when it was paved over. By 1915, a published photo shows many more businesses along First Street.
In addition to the city’s logging industry, it has had a history as a cranberry producer, with cranberry bogs located immediately north of its downtown.
Fish plant at Ilwaco Harbor
Ilwaco is located at 46°18’45″N 124°1’47″W (46.312541, -124.029688) on the Long Beach Peninsula.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 5.93 square miles (15.36 km2), of which 2.10 square miles (5.44 km2) is land and 3.83 square miles (9.92 km2) is water.
This region experiences warm (but not hot) and dry summers, with no average monthly temperatures above 71.6 °F. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Ilwaco has a warm-summer Mediterranean climate, abbreviated “Csb” on climate maps.
Coordinates: 46°18’45″N 124°1’47″W
For those looking for more information about Ilwaco, WA, here are a few helpful links.
Visitor Information for Ilwaco – https://www.ilwaco-wa.gov/
Top 10 things to do in Ilwaco – https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g58523-Activities-Ilwaco_Washington.html