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When your hot tub goes down, you’ll need to do something about it. You don’t want to leave it sitting on your porch because it’ll become an eyesore. The only problem is that this appliance is going to weigh hundreds of pounds. Suffice to say, trying to remove it from your property will be incredibly difficult. Plus, you might not have a suitable form of transportation. Let us help. We’ve dealt with countless hot tubs for our clients, and we’ll take yours too.
Easy Disposal Of Hot Tubs
We’re going to make this process quick and easy for you. Once something happens to your hot tub, you’re going to have a big problem to deal with. As mentioned above, you likely won’t be able to handle it on your own. Don’t. We’re here to help and we highly recommend taking advantage of our services.
When you’re ready, call our office to get a free estimate. We promise that we offer responsibly priced services.
What To Do With A Hot Tub
Once you’ve decided that you need to get rid of your old hot tub, you’ll need to find a suitable disposal method. The options are plentiful. However, some will work, and others won’t. Just remember that you likely won’t be able to take the item to a landfill or recycling center.
- When buying a new one, you might be able to trade the old one in with the dealer.
- Sell it online or in person. Try holding a yard sale.
- Contact us so we can help you get rid of it.
Removing a hot tub from your property will prove to be a nightmare. Plus, you could hurt yourself. Let us handle it so you can protect your back. We’ll send a large group of technicians to your home so they can handle the hot tub without getting hurt or damaging your belongings. Call our local office to schedule an appointment with our hot tub removal experts today.
Moving A Hot Tub
If you are adamant about moving the hot tub on your own, make sure that you do so correctly. Follow the tips below to avoid issues.
- Start by removing the power cord. Make sure the hot tub does not have power.
- Remove all water from the hot tub. Drain it.
- Begin removing all components. Take out the heater and pump.
- Put the accessories aside so you can pack them later.
- Ensure you can move through your home while carrying the tub.
If you can’t lift it, call us. It takes many people to carefully remove a hot tub. Therefore, it is best to let a professional help you. We’ll remove the hot tub while ensuring nothing in your home is damaged.
The Cost Of Hot Tub Removal
There is no universal price for our hot tub removal. Instead, the price will depend on several elements. We have to consider the location of the tub, the size of the tub, and more. Once we’ve arrived, we’ll analyze the situation before giving you a free estimate. Once you’ve accepted our price, our professionals can begin removing the hot tub from your property.
Lifting A Hot Tub
You likely won’t be able to remove the hot tub on your own. The item is too heavy and bulky. If you’re going to lift a hot tub and move it, you’ll need a lot of people. You’ll need to get help from multiple friends and coworkers. Suffice to say, it won’t be easy. It is often easier and safer to let a professional help you. Call our office so we can send our qualified experts to your home.
They’ll lift the item and take it away for you.
Although you can recycle a hot tub cover, you must remember that the item is going to be heavy, bulky, and difficult to deal with. Before recycling it, you’ll need to clean the cover thoroughly. Make sure it is free of stains, mildew, and mold. If it is in good condition, you should be able to recycle it without any issues.
Disposing Of An Old Hot Tub Cover
Once you’ve decided to get rid of your old hot tub, you’ll also have to do something with the old hot tub cover. It won’t be easy, but it has to be done. When you’re ready to begin, start following the steps below.
- It is best to begin cutting the hot tub cover along the seams. Continue until you’re dealing with smaller pieces.
- Remove the cover so you can take out the foam inserts.
- You may also need to remove the wrap around the foam inserts.
- Always cut the components into smaller pieces so getting rid of them will be easier.