In some cases, we may remove it for free or even pay for a hot tub that is in exceptionally good condition (see page 6).

If your hot tub is a "scrapper",  generally speaking we charge about the same to remove a hot tub as it would cost to have it delivered, plus
recycling/disposal fees.  Exact pricing depends on many factors, including the size, shape, weight & structural condition of the hot tub, as well as the difficulty of access. 

You may also want to consider hiring us to do the electrical deactivation if you want us to professionally deal with the electrical aspect of a hot tub removal, which would cost less than hiring an electrician (disconnect the wiring, cap the armouered cable ends, remove the Sub-panel and/or pull the GFCI breaker from your home electrical panel, marret the exposed wires and fill in the panel gaps).

If you want us to provide you with an estimate, or if you are considering doing the job yourself, you could hire us to come by in person to explain how you might remove the tub yourself and give you an exact quote for us to do the job for you, but you’ll be charged a $95 call-out fee plus $75 for the consultation. The $75 consultation fee is reimbursed if you decide to use our services. 

However, you can save your money and spare us the trip by emailing us the information:
1. Location: the address or crossroads where the tub is located
2. Hot tub specs: brand name, size, sunk-in or free-standing 
3. Hot tub condition: functional? rotting skirt? rodent-infested?
4. Removal access: anything we should know about the access that won't show in pictures?

It would be very helpful if you sent pictures of the following:
1. The hot tub shell (uncovered tub, to see the layout and jetting)
2. The cabinet (the skirting, from all sides if possible)
3. The equipment (the pumps, electronics and topside control)

And we'll need pictures to help us understand the removal/moving part of the job
1. Placement context (eg: sitting on wood, gravel or concrete pad, sunk in, free-standing, elevated, tucked in a corner, etc.)
2. A
ccess: (please send a series of frame-by-frame pictures from the tub to the road showing every linear foot of travel between the pad and the truck).

This will help uus understand: Will the tub have to go "on-end" to fit thru narrow spaces? Any height/width restrictions, contours, inclines, steps, trees/plants uneven surfaces or unstable terrain, etc?

Once we know what kind of a hot tub we're dealing with and what kind of access we have to work with, we can figure out what kind of technique, equipment and manpower will be needed to do the job and understand the difficulty/risk factor and quote you accordingly.

To set up an appointment or to discuss your situation in more detail:
Phone or Text: 604 787-4441

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