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Hello. What would you recommend for moving a 78" hot tub/spa from Northern California to Southern California?

Asked by Chad on 4/24/2018 under category Moving Companies

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Hello, and thank you for taking the time to contact with your question.

To move a hot tub you will want to hire a special moving company. While we ourselves are not a moving company, we can put you in contact with several companies that can provide the services you need.

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Special movers are professionally trained and equipped to move over-sized or oddly shaped items including boats, pianos, sheds, and hot tubs. They will be able to load and transport your hot tub with care so that it safely reaches your new destination.

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Thank you again for your question and good luck with your move.

Kelly Martini
Answered on 4/30/2018

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