Your Venice CA Hot Tub is ready. A new spa is waiting for you at SpaTek - or if you need a repair, give us a call - we are only minutes away from your Venice Beach home.Spatek is ready for you phone call.
We service all brands of hot tubs and spas. Any make or mode. We have been in the business of helping people stay in hot water for over 30 years.
- Scheduled field service and repairs.
- Leak detection and repairs.
- Spa & Accessory installations.
- Spa school (learn to operate and care for your spa/hot tub).
- Woodworking, cabinets, gazebos, decks, & fences.
- In-shop service to assist the do-it –yourselfer.
- Equipment repairs, up-grades & modifications.
- Inspections, Evaluations, and Consultations.
All services are guaranteed in Venice CA.Take a look at the spas and hot tubs we are able to repair. If it is not on the list, give us a call.
Venice has always been known as a hangout for the creative and the artistic. In the 1950s and 60s, Venice became a center for the Beat generation. There was an explosion of poetry and art. Major participants included Stuart Perkoff, John Thomas, Frank T. Rios, Tony Scibella, Lawrence Lipton, John Haag, Saul White, Robert Farrington and Philomene Long.
Venice is today a vibrant area of Southern California and it continues a tradition of progressive social change involving prominent Westsiders.
The Venice Family Clinic is the largest free clinic in the country. The Venice Community Housing Corporation, a nonprofit dedicated to preserving the economic, racial and social diversity of Venice and the surrounding area, provides affordable housing, economic and community development opportunities and needed social services to low income residents. Women in Recovery, Inc., a non-profit organization offering a live-in, 12-step program of rehabilitation for women in need, was founded by a longtime resident of Venice, Sister Ada Geraghty. Geraghty and her organization on Coeur D’ Alene Avenue annually honor those who’ve made a difference in helping women overcome substance abuse problems. The 2006 honoree for Women in Recovery was Christopher Lawford; past honorees have included Jamie Lee Curtis, Angela Lansbury, and Anthony Hopkins.