If you own a hot tub, you may well want to take it with you when you move. A hot tub is quite a sizable investment in terms of enjoyment and comfort, and it is therefore only natural that you will want to make certain that it does not get damaged in any way during the move. The good news is that safe relocation is entirely possible with proper preparation and careful planning.
It is very important that you point out the hot tub as something that will need to be moved when the representative of your moving company arrives to give you an estimate. This is likely to mean that a bulky article charge will then be included in your estimate due to the amount of space that a portable hot tub takes up in a moving van.
If you have no record available of the exact amount that the hot tub initially cost, including any accessories that you may have bought with it, you might want to find out about the current retail price of the item in question before you choose an insurance protection plan.
Hot tubs can vary quite a lot in terms of construction, so before you dismantle any of the unit you should call the manufacturer or the dealer. That said, what is most important when moving a hot tub is that the equipment pack is serviced prior to relocation.