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If you want to handle it yourself, read on for DIY hot tub removal tips.
Getting rid of old hot tubs, jacuzzis and above- ground pools is difficult. They’re heavy, waterlogged and usually in difficult to access places.
Removing and disposing of an old hot tub can be a challenging task, but here are the general steps you can follow:
Drain the hot tub: First, you need to drain the hot tub of all the water. You can use a submersible pump or a siphon to remove the water. Make sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions for draining the hot tub properly.
Disconnect the electricity and plumbing: Next, you need to turn off the electricity to the hot tub and disconnect the power supply. Also, disconnect the plumbing connections to the hot tub.
Remove the hot tub from its location: Now, you need to remove the hot tub from its location. You may need to disassemble the hot tub, depending on its size and weight. You can use a dolly or a hand truck to move the hot tub to a suitable location.
Prepare the hot tub for disposal: Once the hot tub is removed from its location, you need to prepare it for disposal. Cut the hot tub into smaller pieces using a saw or a reciprocating saw. This will make it easier to dispose of.
Dispose of the hot tub: Finally, you need to dispose of the hot tub properly. You can contact your local waste management facility to find out the regulations for disposing of large items like hot tubs. Alternatively, you can hire a professional service to dispose of the hot tub for you.
It’s important to note that hot tubs can be heavy and difficult to move, so you may want to consider hiring a professional to help you with the removal and disposal process.
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