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Hot Tub Not Looking So Hot?
There are approximately 5.8 million hot tubs in US households today, according to HotSpring.com. It’s no secret why so many families in the US have a whirlpool; they can provide year-round relaxation and relief for sore and aching muscles, they have been shown to aid in better sleep, and they can improve mobility.
However, when a hot tub gets old and is no longer worth servicing, what do you do with it?
Getting a friend or two to help move it out of the yard may work, but did you know the average 4 person hot tub weighs over 550 lbs? And a 10-person hot tub weighs on average an impressive 1400 lbs. Getting it out of the yard may be a bigger job than you expected, and you’ve still got to figure out what to do with it once you move it.
How To Dispose of an Old Hot Tub
Removing a spa or whirlpool from your backyard isn’t an easy job. Hot tubs are large and heavy, and most local landfills won’t accept them. Your choices are limited and include:
- Trading it to a dealer (but this usually involves purchasing a new one)
- Selling it online using a local site like NextDoor or Craigslist
- Give your whirlpool away (assuming it still functions)
- Hiring a junk removal company, like Utah Valley Junk Removal
If you don’t feel like tackling a project this large on your own, call Utah Valley Junk Removal today. We’ll make quick work of your old whirlpool, saving you time and energy in the process.