All About Hot Tub Renovation

If you have a hot tub at home then you know there isn’t a better spot to rest and unwind than your spa. Unfortunately, no hot tub will last forever. There will come a time when your hot tub will no longer work, and you will need to restore it. 

Hot tubs renovations are great additions to your home. Besides providing a beautiful and functional setting to relax, hot tubs also increase the value of your property and enhance the look of your outdoor spaces. However, replacing a hot tub isn’t an easy task. Hot tubs are complex pieces of equipment that might require professional assistance to be removed and then replaced. 

If you are interested in renovating your hot tub, here is everything you need to know about the ideal tub removal process. 

How Does it work?

The first thing to do when replacing your hot tub is removing the old one. Taking care of this isn’t as easy as it sounds. Hot tubs are filled with gallons of water, have electrical components, and are sometimes embedded in the surface where they are located.

 Whether you ask for professional help or decide to remove your hot tub on your own, make sure that the removal process is done safely. Here are the most important steps to consider when removing a tub:

  1. Turn off the Power to the Hot Tub

Electricity and water are an extremely dangerous combination. Therefore, you must turn off all the electrical switches of the hot tub. Flip the circuit breaker to the off position to ensure that the hot tub is not receiving electricity.

Then, drain all the water from the tub, and ensure that it is completely dry. The tub shouldn’t be connected to water or gas lines.

  1. Remove the Spa Skirt

If the outside part of your hot tub is made out of tongue and groove pieces, removing them won’t take much effort. If this is not the case then check your manufacturer’s manual to see what parts are screwed, and what parts need to be sawed.

     3. Disassemble the Hot Tub

Remove all the wiring, pumps, heaters, and plumbing located underneath the tub. Then, carefully break down the shell of the tub into small pieces for easier disposal. Remember to use safety clothes and eyewear to avoid injuries. 

    4. Dispose of the Hot Tub 

Local landfills usually don’t accept hot tubs due to their size, weight, and components. Avoid getting fined by hiring a dumpster service. 

Remember that removing your hot tub by yourself is a good idea only if you have the right skills and equipment to do so. If you aren’t prepared to do it, ask for a trusted junk removal company to take care of it.

Hire the Experts

If you are looking for a junk removal company to get rid of your old hot tub, contact Garbage Guy so we can take care of your hot tub removal. We will remove it quickly and at an affordable price. At Garbage Guy, we dispose of your garbage in the correct place. 




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