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Hot Spring Highlife Grandee – West Linn, OR

Hot Spring Highlife Grandee – West Linn, OR

Hot Spring Spas | Highlife Collection | Grandee West Linn, OR. Hot Tub Customer The Grandee provides comfort for everyone. The Dillinghams of West Linn are so happy with their Hot Spring Grandee with Ace salt water! Cheers to the Dillinghams. The expansive Grandee hot tub comfortably seats a party of seven, with room for … Read More

Hot Spring Highlife Prodigy – Lake Oswego, OR

Hot Spring Highlife Prodigy – Lake Oswego, OR

Hot Spring Spas | Highlife Collection | Prodigy Lake Oswego, OR. Hot Tub Customer The Prodigy is your relaxation station. The Baker family of Lake Oswego is so excited about their new Prodigy hot tub. The innovative Prodigy comfortably seats 5 people, with a variety of innovative jet configurations in each seating location. In addition … Read More

Relieve Insomnia in a Portable Spa, Hot Tubs McMinnville

Relieve Insomnia in a Portable Spa, Hot Tubs McMinnville

In our hectic world, many of us deal with sleep troubles. We toss and turn thinking of long to-do lists and looming deadlines. Tense, achy muscles make it hard to sleep. Why use sleeping pills when there’s a better way? Here are 3 ways to relieve insomnia in a hot tub. Melt Away the Stress … Read More

Hot Tubs Tigard, 3 Ways a Portable Spa Can Change Your Life

Hot Tubs Tigard, 3 Ways a Portable Spa Can Change Your Life

Healthier lifestyle choices lead to more productivity, less stress and a happier, more successful you. Where to begin? Why not start from the comfort of home? Here are three amazing ways a hot tub can change your life. Release Built-up Stress – Tension pain can leave you irritated and cranky. Luckily, a hot tub offers … Read More

Want to Waste Less Water? Use Your Hot Tub!

Want to Waste Less Water? Use Your Hot Tub!

If you’re looking to conserve more water, the solution may be in a surprising place: the hot tub in your backyard. That’s because using a hot tub is actually less water-intensive than a majority of activities that require water at home. Here’s how: while the average household consumes 400 gallons of water each day, daily … Read More