Hot Tubs, Swim Spas and Saunas Dealer Beaverton Celebrates Remodeled Showroom

Oregon Hot Tub, a New, Used Hot Tubs, Swim Spas and Saunas Dealer Serving the Greater Portland Area, Celebrates the Grand Opening of Their Newly Remodeled Beaverton, Oregon Showroom.

September 22, 2017 —

Oregon Hot Tub, a 6-store hot tub, swim spa and sauna dealer in Portland, Beaverton, Bend, Wilsonville Oregon and Vancouver, Washington is pleased to announce that their newly remodeled showroom is now open.  It is located at 10367 SW Canyon Road Beaverton, OR 97005 and can be reached at 503-643-5002.

Sue Rogers, CEO of Oregon Hot Tub commented that there have been several upgrades since this store opened in 1983, but this renovation makes this showroom one of the most modern in the United States.  The new floor plan was designed to showcase the high-quality brand name products and accessories the company offers, continued Rogers.

When visitors step into the Beaverton showroom, they'll know that Oregon Hot Tub is not “just another hot tub dealer.” They provide the best buying experience by having beautiful and inspiring showrooms where their customers can visualize how a sparkling new hot tub, swim spa or sauna will look in their home.

The remodeled showroom is 3400 square feet and displays 14 Hot Spring Spas and FreeFlow hot tubs.  All these spas come in a variety of sizes, shapes and colors to fit any backyard or budget.  In addition to hot tubs, the company also has a HydroPool Self-Cleaning Swim Spa, 3 Finnleo Saunas, Infinity Massage Chairs and Covana hydraulic gazebos covers.  To compliment these products, the company also sells a full line of accessories and water care products from Spa Essentials and Silk Balance.

Rogers commented that Oregon Hot Tub has been very fortunate to have great people on staff, past and present, who are truly passionate about providing superior service to all their customers. She continued to remark that their customers have taken them to the level of service they are committed to providing today.

Founded in 1979 Oregon Hot Tub, is the #1 selling hot tub company in the greater Portland and Bend Oregon areas.  Only the most innovative and best-in-market products are featured at the company’s 6 convenient locations, the website and e-store.

To celebrate and thank local residents, Oregon Hot Tub will be providing free hot tub, swim spa and sauna test soaks for the entire month.  They do recommend, however, that people wanting to schedule their free 30-minute test soak call them ahead of time to reserve their spot.

To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, swim spa or sauna just call 503-533-5603 or go to

About Us
Oregon Hot Tub is Oregon’s largest and most established hot tub company – the #1 selling hot tub company in Portland since 1979. Only the most innovative and best-in-market products are featured at the company’s showrooms in Portland, Beaverton, Bend, Wilsonville, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. Oregon Hot Tub carries the #1 selling portable hot tub in the world, Hot Spring® Spas. Other high-quality brand name products include HydroPool Swim Spas, Finnleo Saunas, Infinity Massage Chairs and Covana Gazebos.

To learn more about the benefits of owning a hot tub, swim spa or sauna just call 503-533-5603 or go to

10367 SW Canyon Road
Beaverton, OR 97005

Contact Info:
Name: Sue Rogers
Phone: 503-533-5603
Organization: Oregon Hot Tub

Source: MM-prReach

Release ID: 242403

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