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Question DetailsAsked on 8/29/2016

Need to have a partially in deck hot tub removed. We live in Montgomery County, Pa.

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If built-in such that the deck will have to be partly disassembled to get it out, then probably a Handyman would be the Search the List category to find someone to do this.


If such that it could be partly cut up and removed without tearing out deck, most likely a Handyman again - also some Haulers (junk haulers) will do this. Be sure to let them know when talking to them whether it can be cut with a utility knife (soft tub) or will need a sawzall (fiberglass or resin tub).


Of course, some Hot Tub/Sauna dealers who do installs will also do removals.

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