Baja Spas was based in Tucson, Arizona and Salisbury, North Carolina, but the company was sold and no longer manufactures hot tubs. However, there are still a few online spa supply stores that carry replacement Baja spa parts, so you can keep your hot tub running.
Baja Spas made many hot tubs since they started manufacturing back in 1972. Like most spa manufacturers, they bought hot tub components from parts manufacturers. For instance, many of the Baja hot tubs used Hydro Quip spa control systems, while other models had Balboa controls. The equipment chosen by all spa manufacturersvaries – based on series, type of spa and year of manufacture. For instance, in their luxury lines, spa builders will often add features that upscale consumers prefer – like deluxe topside controls, stainless steel jets, 2 speed spa pumps and ozone water purification systems. Budget spas will have more basic components to keep the cost down.
Baja Spas made a series of Plug and Play hot tubs, which required no special installation. These had less equipment and fewer functions compared to their 240 volt spas. Baja Spas also had a Performance XS series, with upgraded features like 5 HP spa pumps, ozone purification systems, stainless steel heaters and circulation pumps. Baja Spas’ luxury line was called the Whitewater XS series, and these generally had 2 or more spa pumps, additional jets, ozone water purification systems, air blowers, upgraded lighting and cushioned pillows.
Many components that were used in Baja Spas are still being produced by the parts manufacturers. It helps if you know your spa name and the year it was manufactured. This can often be found on your spa warranty/manuals or inside your spa on a manufacturer’s label.
Even if you can’t find your spa serial number and manufacture’s info, you can still find details for some of your spa components. For instance,if you need replacement spa pumps, blowers or other equipment, then look for the label on the equipment you have now. The label will give you the specs you need to order the right replacement part. Jets often have a part number stamped into the plastic. Even if you can no longer find the same brand, you can find suitable replacement spa pumps, jets and ozone generators that will fit your Baja Spa.
Other parts were proprietary for Baja Spas. These include their pillows, their topside controls with the Baja Spas overlay, etc. These items have become particularly difficult to find. There are only a few spa parts suppliers that still have stock on these parts.
Our advice- Hot Tub Outpost seems to have the best supply of Baja Spa parts and pillows. They also have part matching technicians, so you can send photos of the parts you are looking to replace, along with details, and they can send you links so you order the right ones. Simply send your requirements to info@HotTubOutpost.com or search the internet for other dealers that still offer great deals on Baja Spa parts.