Hot Tub Disposal
Hot tubs always seem like a good idea at the beginning, but after a while they can be a hassle you don’t want to deal with anymore. Their maintenance can also become an additional expense that you might not be willing to cover anymore. If you haven’t used your hot tub in a while, it may need expensive repairs just to get it back to work.
Junk One covers Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City. Give us a call when you are ready to get rid of your old hot tub, Spa, or Jacuzzi.
Staying on Top of Fees and Costs
In order for Junk One to dispose of hot tubs safely, we need to cover drop-off costs of hot tubs at dumpsters locations. Our quote includes a professional electrical disconnect, and draining of the water. We’ll also be responsible for removing the spa cover, the steps, and deep cleaning the area with a pressure washer to get rid of all construction residue.
We make sure the space we clear up is ready to handle your summer BBQs, or anything else you want to do with the extra space you now have in your yard or on your deck.
Different Types and Materials
There are two main types of hot tubs – above ground and built-in. They are usually made out of vinyl, wood, or acrylic.
Soft, easy-to-setup inflatable hot tubs are made of vinyl. This material is light, easy to move, and inexpensive. Vinyl can be easily punctured, and it will need frequent replacements. Wood is the second and most common choice for hot tubs. Wood models come in pieces, so you can put them together on the site.
Acrylic is the third material, and these are the heaviest and most expensive of the bunch. They come in one piece and require an electrical and plumbing installation, as well as an initial setup. Since these are larger and heavier, they will usually be more expensive to remove than the alternative options.
Disposing of the Spa
The life span of a hot tub can be anywhere from 5 to 10 years. How long they last will depend on the model, build quality, and maintenance. At one point or another, you will have to get rid of your hot tub. Just like they say, all good things must come to an end.