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Do you have an old ‘In-ground’ spa taking up space in your backyard? We specialize in the removal and disposal of all types of spas – even if they are surrounded by bricks or concrete or located in a sunroom. Spa Removers provides service to most areas of California and we also offer weekend and evening appointments. Large or small we have all of the tools and expertise needed for a safe, clean and professional removal.

In-Ground SPA Removal Service Near You

If you have a spa that is old with cracks, crumbling concrete, and years of negligence, it may be time for spa removal. Sometimes hot tub maintenance can become overwhelming if the spa goes without care. And if you don’t use the spa much, it isn’t worth it to keep spending money on hot tub maintenance. If you are ready to make better use of your backyard by choosing Spa Removers, contact our trusted contractors today.

All Related Spa Equipment Is also removed!

  • Spa and equipment is removed.
  • We disconnect and cap off the electrical wiring and gas lines, making sure it’s 100% safe and secure.

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.