Need your hot tub serviced Utah Hot Tub owners? Need a spa moved? Are you a do it yourselfer? Backyards of America can help with all your hot tub and spa needs, as well as offer self help videos for DIY spa maintenance. Below is a list of our services offered and estimated prices. Our service team people are certified by Sundance Spas. Call us with any questions. 801-561-0679
When it comes to servicing your spa, Backyards of America has the expertise to get the job done. We carry chemicals to help keep your spa and pool water sparkling clean. While we are a Sundance Spa dealer, our spa-certified technicians can service most makes and models.
Our hourly rate is $109 up to the first hour, and a trip charge of $15 within SLC valley. Out of areas add an extra trip charge. Please call us for quotes. 801-561-0679
Spa Filter Replacement
Backyards of America carries every Sundance Spa filter, and we can service most makes and models.
It is Recommended that you bring in your old filter when buying a new one so that we can make sure it is an exact match!
If that is not an option, please let us know the manufacturer and model of your spa. In addition, it will greatly help us to know the width, height and hole size of the filter. Some filters have holes on each end or threaded fittings with twist handles. Please let us know these features as well and we can get your specific filter.
Hot Tub Leaks
Spa leaks are tricky. If you have a spa that is leaking 1-3 inches a week we have a product called Fix-a-Leak ($17.99 a bottle) that will normally seal a leak of this nature. Some leaks are visible in the equipment area and those should be fixed ASAP. Internal leaks in the plumbing are typically the bad ones and may be more extensive than it’s worth to fix. The problem is you get one leak fixed (normally caused by freezing) and later you end up with another leak within months or weeks. These can be very costly and repairs can run $1000 +. Our opinion: let us swap it out for a new hot tub and we’ll haul it to the dump for free.
Drain and Clean Package: $285 in SLC area
- Drain and clean spa
- Clean or replace filter (filter replacement will incur additional costs)
- Fill spa
- Add chemicals and balance water
- Clean cover and treat with 303 protectant
- FREE 20-point inspection with this package (see below)
Backyards of America 20-Point Inspection: $109 in SLC area
1. Check condition of cover
2. Check cover lifter
3. Check control panel display
4. Test water
5. Check filter condition
6. Check slipstream skimmer
7. Check aqua terrace control
8. Check operation of massage selector
9. Check air controls
10. Check ozone generator
11. Check pump noise
12. Check stereo system and speaker operation
13. Check operation of remote
14. Visual cabinet inspection
15. Visual inspection of equipment area
16. Check wiring
17. Check valves
18. Check terminal lug connections
19. Inspect pillows
20. Check house breaker (when possible)
Cover Treatment: $109
- Inspect cover and lifting device
- Clean cover
- Treat cover with 303 Protectant
- Free water test
Free Water Sample Treatment
Bring in a sample of your spa’s water and we’ll give you a free water test and chemical orientation.
Hot Tub Moving Service
Do you need to move a hot tub from one place to another? Backyards can help, $375-$450 (prices will vary depending on the distance moved and removal requirements). (craning can be coordinated and is extra) Before removal, spas need to be drained and the site must be cleared for exit from the yard. In addition, the new placement site needs to have fairly easy access.
*Payment in full is required to schedule spa move
Hot Tub Winterizing Service ($149)
If you would like to winterize your spa, let us help! For one low price we come to your location, drain your spa, and winterize the spa so you can rest assured knowing that you will not have to repair leaks come next summer!
Call Backyards of America at (801) 561-0679 for details and pricing.
Come in and see our beautiful line of accessories that complement your spa.
If you are unable to contact us please refer to your maintenance manual. You can also go to the Manuals Page that has links to the correct manual for your product.