Moving a hot tub is definitely not an easy task. No matter the size of the spa it is a heavy, large awkward object to safely move. That is why we offer our expert Hot Tub Moving Service.
Do you have an old or broken spa? It can be a complete space robber and is something you want to remove sooner rather than later, and we can do it for you.
Are relocating to another home in Fort Collins or moving down to Denver? The biggest question is, should I attempt to remove or relocate my hot tub by myself? Our professional advice here at Hot Tub Patrol is leave it to the experts.
Hot Tub Patrol has both the tools, moving equipment and experience in removing or relocating your hot tub. In fact to protect yourself and your pocketbook from damage and costly repairs while attempting to move it yourself, we highly suggest you leave it to the Colorado hot tub movers! Wondering what the cost would be to remove or relocate your hot
tub? Feel free to email us a picture and/or dimensions of your spa and we will gladly give you a free estimate. Or just give us a call at 555-555-5555.
Now that we have established that it’s best to use a hot tub removal expert, let’s cover some frequently asked questions about hot tub removal and how you can prepare.
Hot Tub Removal/Relocation FAQ’s
Should I empty my hot tub before the hot tub removal service arrives?
It is recommended that you completely drain your hot tub of all water before the spa removal service arrives. Not sure how to drain your hot tub? Simply attach a garden hose to the bottom of the hot tubs drain spout. Once you are sure the hose is securely connected open the drain spigot and allow all water to drain out.
Should I disconnect my spa as well?
We suggest that the spa is thoroughly disconnected prior to the arrival of the removal service. If you are not sure or comfortable with disconnecting the electrical parts we highly recommend that you call an experienced licensed electrician. One thing everyone can do however is, turning the heater off on the side of the tub to allow hot tub to cool down.
What do I need to know if I am relocating a hot tub to my backyard?
We strongly suggest that the spot in which you would like to place your hot tub is level and structurally sound to hold a filled spa. Each square foot of level space should be able to hold 100lbs. Also make sure that wherever you are placing the equipment compartment that houses the electrical system is facing away from where water will be drained. It is also important that you make sure the equipment compartment is accessible for periodic checks and maintenance.