Not certain how to move a hot tub? In the case of moving a hot tub or jacuzzi to another home or even just moving it to another spot in the yard, one thing's without a doubt: it won't be simple. The good news is that with proper planning and the right equipment and team of strong movers it very well may be easier than you think. An average 56 square foot hot tub without water regularly weighs around 900 pounds. Larger hot tubs made of heavier materials such as ceramic can weigh over 2,000 lbs, and that's a ton of work!

It's obvious that you should get ready for some genuinely hard work while moving a heavy hot tub. If you can bear the cost of an expert hot tub moving company, we absolutely suggest booking one. In any case, if procuring moving experts isn't in your spending limit, it's conceivable to move a heavy jacuzzi with the assistance of a group of motivated strong men. Follow these 10 simple steps underneath to effectively move your hot tub, and you'll be well on your way to taking charge of furnishing your new patio.

With the right help and preparation, moving a Hot Tub or Jacuzzi in Washington DC, Maryland or Northern Virginia can be easy.

Step by step instructions to Move a Hot Tub

1. Assemble moving supplies

The initial step to effectively moving a hot tub without expert help is to assemble all necessary moving equipment and supplies. Your list ought to include moving straps, at least two furniture dollies, a couple of compressed pieces of wood and some cleaning supplies. You can locate a heavy-duty moving dolly at your nearby Home Depot. The home improvement store offers dolly rentals equipped for holding as much as 800 pounds.

2. Reserve your moving truck

Prior to moving your hot tub, ensure you've leased a moving truck sufficiently sized to hold your jacuzzi. Contingent upon the size of your hot tub, you may need to lease a box truck that is at least 15 feet in length. Be sure to measure your hot tub's dimensions before leasing a truck to guarantee that it will fit inside the rental. Your truck rental should also have a moving ramp or hydraulic lift to make the move a smoother experience. Fortunately, there are a lot of moving truck rental companies to look over when moving your hot tub.

3. Find moving assistance

There's no question about it: moving a hot tub requires some genuine muscle. That implies you're going to require a group of strong individuals to help with the move. In the event that you can find helpers, I recommend enlisting up to six individuals to help with this truly difficult work. In case you can't find assistance, you'll have to hire professional hot tub movers. Whatever you do, don't hire just anybody to move your hot tub. The open air spa can be overwhelmingly heavy and experienced movers will be able to make short work of it.

4. Evaluate your environment

Is your hot tub installed into the deck or sitting in a difficult location? Will you need to move it down stairs or is it as of now on the ground level? These are the questions you should pose while surveying your hot tub's environment. On the off chance that moving the hot tub will harm a yard's surface, you'll have to formulate a moving plan to solve this problem. Laying down sheets of plywood may be the best option in this case.

5. Disconnect the hot tub

Prior to emptying the hot tub, unplug your spa from its electrical outlet. Ensure all cords are taken care of, so nothing is dangling from the hot tub. Place any loose cords in waterproof baggies to keep them from getting wet during the moving procedure.

6. Drain the hot tub

On the off chance that you think emptying your hot tub is as simple as dumping out the water, think again. Unfortunately, this strategy could flood and destroy your yard. To drain your hot tub safely, you'll have to follow the manufacturer's recommendations. Odds are that you'll have to utilize a siphon or hose to deplete the water. The best spot to siphon out the water is no doubt a road drain which is suitable for high-flow drainage. After emptying your hot tub, now's a good time to clean it out before the move. We suggest cleaning it down with a healthy non-abrasive cleaner.

7. Plan your path

So how would you intend to move the hot tub? All things considered, the old and new yard may have a couple of obstacles to moving the hot tub. Regardless of whether it's a little door opening, a lot of stairs or a limited pathway, you should think of a plan to handle any difficulties. Will you move it through the rear of the house or the front? Plan early, with the goal that you know where the moving truck ought to be situated on moving day.

8. Lay pressed wood pieces under the hot tub

Setting compressed wood underneath the hot tub will help make a smooth, level surface for moving the hot tub. It will likewise make it simpler to roll the furniture dollies underneath the spa. To lift the hot tub onto the wood, you'll need at any rate three helpers lifting each corner a couple of inches off the ground.

9. Slide furniture dollies underneath the hot tub

Expecting the pathway to the moving truck is level, you won't need to turn the hot tub on its side to move it. Be that as it may, if the way is restricted, you'll have to painstakingly turn the hot tub on its side with the assistance of a few movers. When your hot tub is all set on its side, slide a dolly underneath the front and back parts of the spa. Your hot tub ought to sit solidly on the two dollies. To guarantee that the hot tub doesn't tumble off, secure the jacuzzi to the dolly with moving straps. Your helpers ought to hold the hot tub on all sides. That implies one helper in the back, one in the front, and one on either side of the hot tub.

10. Roll the hot tub to the stacking slope and burden it onto the truck

When your hot tub is secured to the dollies, cautiously move it towards the moving truck rental. You may require multiple individuals to help push it up the truck's ramp. A short time later, ensure in any event one partner gets inside the truck to guarantee that the hot tub is secure. Remember to keep your dollies set up, with the goal that you can without much of a stretch empty and roll the hot tub to its new position once you've arrived at your goal. Additionally, try to tie down the hot tub to the sides of the truck. This will keep it from moving while in travel.

Move your Hot Tub with Professional Movers

It's clear moving a hot tub is no simple accomplishment. On the off chance that you do choose to employ experts for the move (and we don't blame you!), you can use MyProMover's professional hot tub moving service – we're also licensed bonded and insured. By picking a professional mover, you can have confidence that your hot tub will be in safe hands during the moving procedure. Fill out our online quote form or give us a call today at (703) 310-7333 to speak with one of our hot tub moving consultants.