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Our Expert Spa Removal Professionals Remove All Types Of Spas!

Attempting to do disposal or hot tub or spa by yourself could land you in some serious hot water. Our disposal and removal costs near you are cost-efficient. When your hot tub becomes a useless eyesore, Spa Removers will handle the heavy lifting, loading, and hauling for you at an affordable price. When needing a disposal and removal service near you, we’re reliable, on-time, and the most earth-friendly choice in your city!

Dispose of service at a guaranteed, upfront price.

Wondering if we’ll take your hot tub or spa? The answer is yes. We will properly remove and dispose of any type of hot tub you have. From indoor bathtubs to large outdoor party tubs, if you need it gone, we’ll take it. If you have questions about how our hot tub disposal services work or need help scheduling your hot tub removal appointment, just send us a text or chat with us online now for an upfront price.

Why Choose Spa Removers to do dispose of service?

  • We offer affordable flat-rate pricing based on the size of your spa.
  • All electrical work is included in our price.
  • We power wash the dirt and grime off your concrete pad.
  • All disposal fees we pay at the landfill are included in our price.
  • We are the original company in California that specialized in hot tub removal. We can handle any situation.

What Types of Filters Swimming Pool ?

There are three types of filters available: D.E. filters, cartridge filters, and sand filters. But when used properly, any of the three will do its job of keeping your pool clean and clear.

D.E. Filter Cleanings

D.E. filters can filter particles as small as 3-5 microns. D.E. particles are hollow with high porosity, which makes an excellent filter media, however, what makes it great can also make it a nightmare.

Cartridge Filters

Cartridge filters use a paper-type cartridge as the filter media. The cartridge filters can capture particles as small as 10-20 microns. These filters do not require backwashing, allowing you to save water and help run an energy-efficient pool.

Sand Filters

Sand filters are the most popular type of filter because they are considered to be the easiest to own and maintain. They use specially graded sand as the filter media and capture particles that are 20-40 microns in size.