Master Spas, LLC. is based in Fort Wayne, Indiana, 90 miles north of Indianapolis. Operating out of a state-of-the-art 460,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility, and a 33-acre distribution center, we are one of the largest portable spas and hot tubs manufacturers in the country. Our management team has over 150 years of spa manufacturing success, and one of the strongest track records in the industry.
Both our products and our company are recognized by the spa industry’s most distinguished and coveted awards as well as many notable organizations. ABC Television’s “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” featured the Master Spas Legend Series. Producers of Discovery Channel selected Master Spas to be featured on the network’s “How It’s Made” program that shows a walk-through from concept to completion of various products.
Our growing list of awards and accolades includes:
Master Spas is proud to support two foundations dedicated to finding and funding cures for life-hindering diseases.
Along with the Lupus Foundation of America, we have initiated a campaign to help raise awareness and find a cure for this debilitating disease that affects more than 1.5 million Americans. Part of the profit of each spa sold will go to the Lupus Foundation. For more information, visit here.
Master Spas has joined forces with the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer to eradicate breast cancer, a life-threatening disease, by providing financial support for research and research-related projects. For more information, visit here.
Cares for Kids
Master Spas and their dealers were a part of building a new school complex in 2013 for the NAZ Children’s Centre in Rose Hall, Jamaica. This specialized school does an outstanding job with children ages 4-11, as well as working with children with developmental problems. With every Master Spas Swim Spa sold, a donation will be made to the NAZ Children’s Centre Scholarship Fund. Learn more about NAZ Children's Centre.
Get a peek behind the scenes with a video tour of our production facility in Fort Wayne, Indiana.