16205 NW Bethany Ct, Suite 109, Beaverton, OR 97006 | 503-941-9004

2680 NE Highway 20, Suite 200, Bend, OR, 97701 | 541-383-0977

16205 NW Bethany Ct, Suite 109, Beaverton, OR 97006


16205 NW Bethany Ct, Suite 109, Beaverton, OR 97006


Oregon City Hot Tub Repair, Swim Spa Service, Maintenance

Locally owned and operated, AllSpa is one of Oregon and Washington’s largest and most respected hot tub sauna and swim spa repair, cleaning, and maintenance company. We’re proud to service all top


brands of hot tubs, swim spas, and saunas.

And as a service partner of Oregon Hot Tub, we’re also the only hot tub service center in Oregon who is trade certified.

Hot Tub, Swim Spa Repair and Service – Warranty Service, Inspections

When it’s time for service, don’t waste time trying to DIY, or searching for a random hot tub service center. AllSpa is the best hot tub repair company in the area, and we’re here to help.

We are the only Trade Certified Service Center in Oregon for Hot Tubs.
What does that mean? We’ve been through the auditing process, and have been found to be in compliance with all procedures and guidelines.

Plus, our service team have all been background checked, licensed and bonded. In business since 1979, we’ll be around to help when you need it most!

Hot Tub, Swim Spa Cleaning and Maintenance

One-Time Cleanings, Monthly and Annual Plans, Water Balancing
Is your hot tub, swim spa or sauna in need of a thorough cleaning?
Be sure to check out our signature spa care and recurring cleaning services to keep your investment looking great!

Hot Tub, Swim Spa Watercare

Never forget to schedule time to clean your hot tub, swim spa or sauna again.  We can do it for you with our recurring cleaning and water care plans!

Hot Tub, Swim Spa Drain and Fill

Ready to try our hot tub drain and fill service? Purchase a one-time trial and see what you think. If you love it, we’ll credit the cost of your service towards an annual care plan of your choice within 14 days!

Services Offered
• Hot Tub, Spa Repair, Service, Maintenance
• Jacuzzi Repair, Service, Maintenance
• Hot Tub, Swim Spa Drain and Fill
• Hot Tub Cleaning Service, Portable Spa Maintenance
• On-Site Water Analysis
• Insurance Claims
• Repair Services
• Spa Service Use Training
• Maintenance Inspections
• Hot Tub and Swim Spa Relocation and Set-Up
• Portable Sauna Relocation and Set-Up
• Crane Moving Services
• Real Estate Inspections
• Construction Design Consulting

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About Oregon City Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon_City,_Oregon

Oregon City is the county seat of Clackamas County, Oregon, United States, located on the Willamette River near the southern limits of the Portland metropolitan area. Established in 1829 by the Hudson’s Bay Company, in 1844 it became the first U.S. city west of the Rocky Mountains to be incorporated.

As of the 2010 census, the city population was 31,859.

The town is divided into upper and lower areas. The lower area is on a bench next to the Willamette River. The upper area is atop a bluff composed of Canemah basalt, which flowed about 2.5 million years ago from a vent 7.5 miles (12 km) to the southeast in the Boring Lava Field.[13] For many years, Indian trails connected the two levels, but stairs were built in the 19th century. In 1915 the town built the water-powered Oregon City Municipal Elevator to connect the two parts, which was converted to electricity in the 1920s. In 1952, a new electric elevator was constructed with the specification that it was to be “as plain as possible and without ornament.”[14]

According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 9.29 square miles (24.06 km2), of which, 9.05 square miles (23.44 km2) is land and 0.24 square miles (0.62 km2) is water.[15] The major waterways of Oregon City include the Willamette River, which flows along the northwest side of the city, and the Clackamas River, which merges with the larger Willamette to the north of the city. The Willamette forms the boundary between Oregon City and West Linn; the Clackamas serves as the boundary between Oregon City and Gladstone.

Willamette Falls
Main article: Willamette Falls
The Willamette Falls Locks in West Linn were the first multi-lift navigational locks in the United States and are now a National Historical Site, no longer in use. The first long-distance electrical service in the United States originated in Oregon City in 1889, transmitting electricity 14 miles (23 km) to Portland.[16]

Museums and historic buildings

Municipal Elevator in Oregon City
Museums include the Museum of the Oregon Territory and the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center, with costumed “living history” guides. The Clackamas County Historical Society archives, housed in the Museum of the Oregon Territory, also include the incorporation plat for the city of San Francisco. Clackamas Heritage Partners owns and operates these museums, along with the Stevens Crawford Museum. In 2009, Clackamas Heritage Partners announced that it could no longer afford to keep the museums open. The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center was closed to the public indefinitely in September 2009; the Stevens Crawford Museum and Museum of the Oregon Territory, staffed largely by volunteers, continued to operate on a limited schedule.[22] The End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center eventually reopened during the summer of 2013 with the support of grants and donations from numerous sources.[23]

The Stevens-Crawford Heritage House Museum is a 1908 structure with 11 furnished rooms; exhibiting furniture from the collection of the Clackamas County Historical Society to replicate an Edwardian era home and Progressive Era narrative. Other historical buildings in Oregon City include the McLoughlin House, the Ermatinger House (oldest in Clackamas County), the Ainsworth House, the Harvey Cross House, and the First Congregational Church.

The Oregon City Bridge over the Willamette River, built in 1922, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, as is the Oregon City Municipal Elevator.

Oregon City has over 22 city parks. One of the city’s larger parks is Clackamette Park, at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette Rivers. The park’s features include RV camping, a boat launch and dock, a skateboard park, and other recreational facilities. Several community festivals are held there throughout the year. Other major parks include Chapin, Hillendale, Rivercrest, and the new Wesley Lynn.

John McLoughlin House, Oregon City.JPG (3534603314)
Mark Goebel from Taos, New Mexico, USA, CC BY 2.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Coordinates: 45°21’26″N 122°36’26″W – https://goo.gl/maps/M5qPqCiYyXuscgsw7

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