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By: katieandrew
Any Spa & Pool Repair
Gary is an amazing electrician and repairman. He has worked on several projects for my parents, including installing and wiring their new hot tub. While working on my parents house, my husband and I told Gary about our electrical issues with our new house and how we couldn't get our new dryer to work. Every time we plugged in our dryer, our circuit breaker popped. Gary volunteered to drive out to our house (on a Sunday) to come look at the problem. He came over and figured out the issue - turns out our house is pretty old and the wiring is in bad shape. He was able to fix the dryer's electrical issues and was able to get our dryer to run. When he was done he wouldn't let us pay him and simply asked that we refer him to family and friends. We were so grateful to Gary for his service, for taking the time our of his day to help us and for giving us a break (we're a newly married couple and just bought our first home). He really is a stand up guy and we recommend his services completely!
By: Mick G.
Any Spa & Pool Repair
Gary Wright is one of those service people you generally wonder about when asking "where did all the good repair guys go?" Our hot tub was a disaster after not being used for a few years. We needed it repaired before leaving town in a couple of days. He diagnosed the problems (needed a new heater and two pumps) on Saturday, collected parts, worked Sunday and Monday until almost 10:00 pm, but had it completely repaired. He gave us costs before starting and was very efficient and reliable. He is a gem and I would highly recommend him for hot tub repair.
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By: Matt D.
Any Spa & Pool Repair
Gary is a stand up guy. At first I was a bit put off by his $75 fee to simply show up. However he showed up and got busy, quickly discovering the problem to fix my tub. He found me a used replacement part that saved me $100 off a new part I ordered online. He even went the extra mile and showed up to install the part after hours so I could enjoy my tub over the holiday weekend. I will be calling him again and referring him to my friends.
By: harleykid
Any Spa & Pool Repair
I manage a B&B in Salt Lake City. I had to replace both my pool and spa heater this year. I checked around town and anyspaandpoolrepair.com gave me the best price by far. Garry is one of the nicest guys I’ve ever met. I saved close to $1000.00 and Garry fixed things that weren’t in the original bid. I highly recommend Garry at anyspaandpoolrepair.com.
By: peterclark
Any Spa & Pool Repair
Garry was an amazing electrician! He was very professional and came when nobody else would. He has done work many times for us in the past fixing our wiring and hot tub. He is affordable, reliable, and a very upfront and honest person. I would recommend him to anyone and will use his services again in the future.
By: Elizabeth J.
Any Spa & Pool Repair
Garry was perfect and a complete hero on this Saturday of a holiday weekend. He was honest, trustworthy, and taught us everything we needed to know. I will never use anyone else for my pool/spa needs!
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By: Chanda W.
Any Spa & Pool Repair
Garry Wright is an amazing electrician and very friendly. He made having our spa installed and additional electrical work very painless. We enjoyed him very much.
By: Ben H.
Elegance in Aqua
Great job! Worked with David and his crew over the past 2 years at Cottonwood Heights rec. center. 5 major jobs, each completed above expectations, budget and time.
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By: Raymond S.
Any Spa & Pool Repair
I called with a few questions and without hesitation or financial obligations I was treated will very awesome and knowledgeable customer service.
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