Fort Myers, Florida
1 comment
Not resolved

I purchase my Concord Thermo Spa in 2006.Happy at first then I found everytime the power had a glitch I had to re program the spa.

Related: ThermoSpas Hot Tubs - Review about Commercial from Rockdale, Texas

To drain the spa, you had to open up aside for the valve or use a sumpump to drain. As I got older it was harder & harder to climb in the 38" tub (i'm 5'3"). Six years latter it developed a leak. I contacted the company to get a dealer to find someone to fix it.

I got the run around and finally was told the dealer to repair the spa was in Cape Coral, Fl. some 60 miles away. Called him up and he told me he could walk me thru the proceedure to detect where it was leaking and possably I could fix it myself. Called the salesman up again and asked what I could get for a trade-in for my unite Price (paid $7,300) He offered me $3,000 trade in.price for new spas started at $9,000.

Bought a different spa. When they halled the spa away the floor under it was completely rotted away from being wet, wood was not treated. The entire inside under the spa was full of mildew and the electrician disconected the wires while water was dripping on the live wire. No ground was in place so we could of had a fire.

No one want to take the spa in trade and just junk them.

Review about: Concord Model.

Review #346614 is a subjective opinion of a user.

Reason of Review / Monetary Loss Not specified / $7300
Preferred solution Not specified

Had an Experience with ThermoSpas Hot Tubs?

Write a review


Comment as anonymous or
Terms of Service
Post Comment

Seems that you did not hire a professional electrician and did not follow the installation requirements.How is that Thermospa's fault?

Did they send the electrician?

Because they sure did not do that when I bought my spa.I've owned a used Thermospa for over 10 years, and it still works and looks great.

You May Also Like