Junk Removal Advice:
It’s time to get rid of that old, ugly hot tub! If you are wondering about the cost associated with the removal process, then you have come to the right place. We will compile a list of services that are available in your area so you can compare prices and decide what is best for your budget.
On average, it costs $250-350 to remove a hot tub, depending on the size of the hot tub and the intricacies of demolishing it if it’s an above-ground or below-ground hot tub.
Many homeowners try to do the removal themselves, but it is far better if you hire a professional. Hot tubs can be quite heavy and difficult to maneuver without proper tools and equipment. It’s not worth risking your safety or damaging valuable property trying to save some money! Even though hiring out may appear more expensive upfront, it will actually cost less in the long run because of damage that could have been avoided! Plus, many insurance companies do NOT cover hot tub removals at all because they are considered too dangerous for most people. If something were to happen during the process (and this does happen often), then their policy would be void after paying out on any claims made by an uninsured homeowner. This leads us to how much it costs to have a hot tub removed.
The cost to have a hot tub removed will vary depending on where you live and which kind of company is providing the service. Some common services include: removing the deck, taking out the concrete slab underneath, hauling it away for disposal, and filling in any holes made by digging during removal. These jobs may be done separately or as part of one complete package. Depending on your geographical location, some companies charge by volume while others charge per hour with an estimated total provided upfront before starting work.
Let’s say that you are living in Naples Florida. Here are our best estimates based on what we found September 2021:
Using a flatbed truck – $450-600
Removing the concrete slab – $400-500
Filling in the hole left behind by digging out concrete slab -$150-250 (depending on how big your tub is)
Deck removal and disposal – $200-300 (we believe this includes hauling it away as well, but you should confirm with them first if desired).
The average hot tub weighs between 900 pounds to over 1200 pounds. If they can’t reach you or access where your tub is located then expect an additional premium for that! Some companies may charge extra for recycling depending on what type of chemicals are inside so be sure to ask before signing any work contracts. Be aware of scams though because some people will try selling used tubs as new! If the hot tub is in poor condition, then it may be cheaper to have it replaced rather than removed.
Moving Hot Tub Through a Company
Hiring a company to move your hot tub is not the same as hiring a company to move your pool table. If you are looking into hiring a company to come and take care of the moving of your hot tub, keep reading this article to find out how to hire the right company.
Before you hire any company you should always check that they are legally allowed to move your hot tub in your state. They will need to make sure they have all of the right permits and licenses; otherwise, you could be held liable if they damage your property while moving it.
You may also want to ask them for references or reviews from past customers. You can use this information when looking into hiring these services is important because it helps if they know what type of service you are looking for and how much experience they have with caring for their customer’s hot tubs.
Hiring a reputable company isn’t just about making sure that they are good at what they do, but also making sure that they have a good reputation in the community. Hiring a company with a bad reputation can be worse than not hiring anyone at all. You may want to check online for reviews of companies before you hire them to come and move your hot tub.
How Much Will It Cost?
When you are looking into hiring a company to help you with the moving of your hot tub, it is important that you ask how much they will charge. You can use this information when looking at different companies to see which ones will give you the best deal for their services.
You should also find out what types of payment methods they accept. Some companies may want to be paid upfront while others may not mind if they are paid in installments. It is good to know these details before hiring anyone because it means that you don’t need to pay any money upfront and can plan ahead for how much you’ll need to pay later on in the process.
Finally, make sure that your contract includes all of the necessary details about when they start and finish moving your hot tub and what you can expect to be included in the price. You should always make sure that the company is insured and won’t hold liability if they accidentally damage any of your property or hurt themselves while working on your tub.
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