About Almost Heaven

Posted March 21st, 2010 by admin

Almost Heaven offers the lowest pricing and best support on the highest quality Saunas and Tylo brand Steamrooms and Sauna Heaters, as well as Tylo and Mr. Steam brand Steam Generators.  We also offer Wooden Hot Tubs, Acrylic Spas and Ionizers, plus parts, components and accessories for all of the above.

With almost 30 years of experience, we are able to provide not only the lowest prices but also the highest level of support available anywhere.

Products are available worldwide for indoor and outdoor use, for home and commercial use, at wholesale prices to the public.  For more information about us and what we sell please visit our parent website Almost Heaven.  You can also see the brochure site for our saunas at Heavenly Saunas.

We are aiming through our blog to offer informative blogs about all of our products.  If you have a blog subject that you’d like to see us cover please feel free to shoot us an email at blog@almostheaven.net.

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13 Responses to “About Almost Heaven”

  1. Abe Svobodny says:

    Hey can I reference some of the content found in this blog if I reference you with a link back to your site?

  2. admin says:

    Abe, of course you can! 🙂 I’m glad you’ve enjoyed our blog. If there’s anything else you’d like to see us write about, just let us know.

  3. Tia Gray says:

    i love to take a bath in a Hot Tub, this was the first thing that i installed in our newly built house.-‘:

  4. admin says:

    Hi Tia. We’re glad you’re enjoying the hydro-therapeutic benefits of a hot tub. If there’s anything we can do for you, please don’t hesitate to let us know!

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  6. admin says:

    Fallon, thank you for your kind words. If you have any questions, about any of the topics we talk about here, please don’t hesitate to let us know. Thanks again for reading!

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  8. May I link to your post?

  9. admin says:

    Scott, of course you may link to us. Thank you for reading!

  10. Theo Shaw says:

    do you think that ceramic hot tubs are still the best or are there any alternatives?

  11. admin says:

    Hi Theo. Thanks for your comment.

    I’m going to assume that by “ceramic” you really mean “acrylic”. It’s worth noting that there are indeed hot tubs made with ceramic tile, usually fabricated on site with some sort of concrete, concrete block or gunite substructure, and we’d like to point out that Almost Heaven specializes in the design and supply of support systems for such homemade vessels.

    On the other hand, we suspect that you’re really referring to the very common contoured shell hot tubs that you see being sold everywhere, from late night infomercials to Home Depot, and that’s an acrylic hot tub. Actually, it’s a very thin (~ 1/8″) acrylic backed with fiberglass for support.

    Ten years ago, the answer to your question might have been very different that today’s answer. The sad truth is that most of the acrylic hot tub factories operating here in the U.S. in the latter part of the 20th century have closed their doors in the last ten years, and the U.S. market now is flooded (no pun intended) with cheap knock-offs from the People’s Republic of China.

    And if you consider the tainted tooth paste, deadly drywall and poisoned pet food coming from these off shore factories, then it should not surprise you that the acrylic hot tubs that they’re sending over here are real junk. We’ve heard countless horror stories of people buying an acrylic hot tub from China through a U.S. mass merchandiser, only to have it break six to twelve months after the purchase. Worst of all, it’s not uncommon for replacement parts for these cheap hot tubs to be totally unavailable, leaving the customer with an unusable hulk taking up space on their deck or backyard.

    There are still a handful of U.S. acrylic hot tub manufacturers left, and in fact, you’ll find great wholesale to the public deals on the Hydro Spa brand from Premium Leisure right here on our own web site, but we’d also like to make sure that you’re aware of yet another alternative, and that’s the wooden hot tub.

    We’ve been in the wood tub business for as long as anyone (nearly 30 years), and no one appreciates the aesthetic appeal, extra leg room, increased depth and added buoyancy of the classic wooden hot tub vessel more than Almost Heaven.

    Another popular feature of the wooden hot tub, especially when compared to the acrylic type hot tubs (spas), is the wooden tub’s knocked down nature. No special tools or skills are required for the assembly of the tub, but the fact that it is delivered in pieces means it can be moved to its final destination with relative ease.

    With an acrylic spa, you almost need a special crew to get it to where it needs to be installed, and you might as well forget about the acrylic hot tub if you have a narrow doorway or tight stairs through which to pass, neither of which present a problem for the wooden hot tub.

    We hope that helps answer your question, but please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions in the future, and thanks again for commenting.

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  13. admin says:

    Thanks for your comment and for reading our blog! Unfortunately right now we don’t accept guest posts, but if we ever do we’ll keep you in mind.

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