Whilst awaiting the arrival of your new, clean hot tub, one task which does not seem to leave your mind is the painstaking ordeal of disposing of your previous hot tub which is now old and outdated.
There are many ways in which you can dispose of your hot tub without paying top dollar, Here are some facts...
Did you know that disposing of your aged hot tub at your local tip can cost from £250 upwards depending on the local council rates .
If you include the cost of a transport company to collect the hot tub aswell it can be an expensive excercise.
Instead of paying all this money , a very good and easier option would be to sell the hot tub .
This would by far be the cheapest and most cost efficient method of hot tub disposal. There are numerous sites and ways in which you can advertise your hot tub; for instance Ebay, your local supermarket, Gumtree or even the local newspaper.
The bidding prices will be low but even if the hot tub is a poor state there could still be use for some dealers as spare parts.
This idea offers the potential buyer to make some money plus also if you mark the item " collection only " the logistics is no longer an issue aswell.
Simply take some nice photos of your hot tub, either post them on your chosen website or put them a local media & see what happens.
A final option would be to do as per image and smash the hot tub up into small parts and take to tip yourself , hard work !
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