Plastic Development Company, Inc., PDC Spas, is a manufacturer known to put their customers’ needs first. Comfort, design, engineered performance and service are qualities that have been responsible for spiraling growth since 1957.
Fifty-five years ago the family owned business began building fiberglass swimming pools. In the late 80's, the factory was re-tooled to meet the growing demands of the hot tub market with the second generation. Today, the third generation offers the entrepreneurial spirit to take PDC to the next level.
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1957 Plastic Development Company, Inc. was born. The major product
built was fiberglass sidewalls for swimming pools.
1974 PDC added custom fiberglass jeep bodies to their product line-up furthering their innovation and experience with plastics; FRP.
1978 The company designed thier first hot tub molds and entered into what appeared to be a growing demand for the product.
1979 Custom built whirlpools for the equine industry to heal race horses.
1981 Factory solely produced spas serving the pool industry in the NorthEast.
1983 Tragedy struck the facility with a devastating fire.
1984 PDC Spas relocated to a larger factory, added spa designs to their line and continued to serve a larger geographical region.
1986 PDC became the first spa manufacturer to receive UL listing on a modular hot tub.
1987 Recognized as leaders in the industry with introduction of innovative, customer friendly product features; Air'assage™, AdvantagePack™.
1989 Serves the Atlantic region and opens distrbutorship in Russia.
1992 First to manufacture hot tub design unique to industry; Nouveau™
1994 Introduced heat saving design, TemperLok™.
2005 PDC extended their global markets to cover France, Germany, Netherlands, Iceland, Belgium, Czech Republic and EU.
2007 Introduced SunRise™ model with DeckLounger™
2008 Compliant with the VGB Act for safety suctions.
2009 Meets and/or exceeds energy consumption levels as set forth in the CA. Energy Act furthering our commitment to today's consumer.