Whether you are remodeling your spa space or selling a home with an old hot tub, chances are you will need to get rid of it. Hot tubs are large,heavy and cumbersome, so hauling them to the dump yourself or putting them on the curb for the garbage collectors to pick up is rarely a practical choice.
What do you do with your old broken down hot tub that is taking up valuable space? Rubbish Works crews are trained to remove all types of spas, hot tubs, Jacuzzis and will quickly have it out of your yard. We have a wide variety of tricks and tools to make the job quick and easy while at the same time reducing the amount of yard damage due to the removal. The Rubbish Works team can also remove the deck or landscaping surrounding the hot tub, or a patio that it may be sitting on.
Here is a video of our Scottsdale crew removing breaking down an old hot tub and removing it. If you don’t want to tackle a project like this on your own give us a call.
By calling on Rubbish Works to assist with the removal of your hot tub you get your space back quickly without having to do the work. And, with Rubbish Works’ eco-friendly disposal solutions, you can be assured that the recyclable parts are kept out of the landfill.
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We can take most items from your home or business but there are a few things we are not able to. If you happen to have something that is not on the list just give us a call and ask if we can remove it for you.
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The cost for removal for your hot tub, spa or above ground pool depends on the size, condition, manufacturer and how difficult it will be to remove. Call your localRubbish Works for a no-obligation on-site quote. Our full-service includes the crew, truck, labor and disposal.There are never any hidden fees when using Rubbish Works.
Tip: The cost of removing the unit is less if the job is easier. As a homeowner, if do all you can to prepare it for removal, it can make the hot tub removal go smoother and save you a few bucks too!
- Disconnect the power and plumbing
- Drain the water and let it dry
- Clear a path (depending on the season) for the hot tub to be removed. This includes leaves, snow, and anything else that may be an obstacle. If you have a fence that is in the way, it may be less costly to have a section of that fence removed for a time (if possible) so that you have a clear path.