Great Lakes Hot Tub

Formerly Glamour Pools – Currently a Subsidiary of Great Lakes Homes

Great Lakes Hot Tubs and Spas was founded in 1969 when a fellow named William Mouw established Glamour Pools of the Midwest. The company grew and prospered under his leadership and eventually branched out into manufacturing hot tubs in the 1980s. Great Lakes Hot Tubs and Spas are a subsidiary of Great Lakes Home and Resort, which designs and manufactures a wide array of products including outdoor hot tubs, saunas and outdoor furniture.

Great Lakes products are crafted from top quality materials and are designed to withstand year-round use in any climate. Their products are very popular with consumers and they are sure to have something to suit your needs. They have an extensive inventory of excellent products.

Some of their more popular models include:

Great Lakes GL7:

  • Dimensions – 89" x 78" x 35".
  • Seating – 7 people with bucket, reclining and bench seats.
  • Weight – approximately 650 lbs when empty.
  • Water Capacity – 375 gallon minimum, 445 gallon maximum.
  • Electrical Requirements – 230 volt, 50 amp, 4 wire, GFCI protected circuit.
  • # of Jets – 54 with various configurations.
  • Special Features – Fold-out Drink Holders, Neck Jets, Molded Head Cushions, Quickdrain, Aquarail, and Antimicrobial Protection.

Great Lakes Keweenaw:

  • Dimensions – 78" x 78" x 35".
  • Seating – 5 people with bucket and bench seats.
  • Weight – approximately 570 lbs when empty.
  • Water Capacity – 325 gallon minimum, 450 gallon maximum.
  • Electrical Requirements – 230 volt, 50 amp, 4 wire, GFCI protected circuit.
  • Special Features – Fold-out Drink Holders, Neck Jets, Molded Head Cushions, Quickdrain, Molded Entry Stairs with Handrail, Antimicrobial Protection, and Waterfall Jet.

Great Lakes Ottawa:

  • Dimensions – 89" x 78" x 35".
  • Seating – 5 people with bucket, reclining and bench seats.
  • Weight – approximately 590 lbs when empty.
  • Water Capacity – 330 gallon minimum, 440 gallon maximum.
  • Electrical Requirements – 230 volt, 50 amp, 4 wire, GFCI protected circuit.
  • # of Jets – 33 with various configurations.
  • Special Features – Fold-out Drink Holders, Neck Jets, Molded Head Cushions, Quickdrain, Antimicrobial Protection, Waterfall Jet, Storage Bins.

Great Lakes Hot Tubs and Spas also offer an extensive warranty on their fine products: 10 year structural, 5 year surface and 2 year components. These are excellent products, and any homeowner would be glad to have one. If you are considering the purchase of a new hot tub, explore your options with Great Lakes Hot Tubs and Spas.

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