Its no secret that the average American dream house is almost always equipped with a bubbling jacuzzi. The pleasure of coming home from a long day of business and taking a short break in a steaming spa with soft neon blue lights is indisputably delicious.
Most people don't realize however, that the average hot tub has a shelf life of about 10 years. That might've sounded like a long time when you first bought the hot tub, but time flies and what was once the pride and joy of your yard is now at the point of stinking up your property.
Now you're convinced you'd like access to that space your old hot tub is taking up and started searching online how in the heck to do the job of that spa removal.
There's no need to worry, Stand-To! Junk Removal and Demolition is here to help. We've conducted plenty a hot tub removal service and can impart our knowledge onto you.
So where's the best place to start?
Lets start with some questions our customers often asked about a hot tub removal service. We'll walk through the tasks that may make this job seem like hard work and dwindle it down to little work.
Of course as no one wants to spend the money to remove a hot tub that works perfectly fine, that is unless you've suddenly discovered you're not all that into spas after all.
Hot tub manufacturers claim their tubs will last up to 20 years but that shelf life typically averages out to about 10.
That's because most tubs have plastic pieces throughout the body of the spa susceptible to wear and tear when they come into contact with chemicals. If you weren't careful to keep up with the services they may be ready to break or have already broken.
If that's the case, you're ready for a hot tub removal service.