Dip into Treasure Mountain Spas
Family owned and operated, Treasure Mountain Spas held its grand opening in Quarry Village, located on the south side of I-80 near the Jeremy Ranch exit, after Thanksgiving.
Owner Bill Keller, who worked servicing spas since he moved to Park City in 2003, decided to open his own business with the help of his family.
Keller’s wife, Diane, runs the store while he is out servicing and installing spas. Keller’s son, Austin, a student at Park City High School, assists him with the installation work, while his daughter, Morgan, and son, Dylan, help in the store by cleaning and greeting customers. The Kellers moved to Park City from Houston, Texas after years of vacationing in the area. Keller said his family enjoys the relaxed atmosphere and mountain and outdoor life. Even though they usually visited Park City in the winter, the Kellers said it was a summer visit in 2002 that sold them on moving. They enjoyed the cooler temperatures and the outdoor activities. "We moved here for a lifestyle, left corporate America for what we think is a better life in Park City," he said. Treasure Mountain Spas carries Jacuzzi brand spas that range in size from 6 to 8 square feet. The Kellers said they invite customers to come soak in the store spas prior to making a purchase to experience the jet and hydrotherapy options. Bill Keller said two people have taken advantage of this opportunity so far. "We want it to be a relaxed, comfortable atmosphere," he said.
Treasure Mountain Spas includes steps, standard installation, delivery and hook-up and filling services with the purchase of every spa. If there are additional resources needed to install the spa, such as a crane or crew, Keller said additional costs will be added. The Jacuzzis sold by Treasure Mountain Spas range in price from $4,000 to $8,500.
Treasure Mountain spas sells hot tub chemicals and filters and Diane Keller said supplies can be ordered even if they are not carried in the store.
"We are focusing on service and not just selling tubs," she said. Keller signed on with Jacuzzi brand spas in April, and while he awaited the opening of the Quarry Village complex he sold spas out of his home, including several J-375 models to Promontory The Ranch Club residences. He said the J-375 is a popular 7.5-square-foot, seven-seater spa that costs $7,600, and $7,100 at the current sale price. Treasure Mountain Spas is available for service and maintenance calls and will help customers with water quality upkeep concerns. Treasure Mountain Spas, located at 3126 Quarry Road, suite J in Quarry Village, is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-Fri and Saturday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. They are also available by appointment. For more information call 513-1562.
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