Removing a hot tub can be a huge endeavor. As we’ve already discussed getting rid of an old spa is tricky. You can try to recycle sell or trade it in, but sometimes these options just don’t work out. Suppose, like most spa owners, your spa is simply dead in the water. It's old, it's broken, and it's not worth the cost of repairs.
Sometimes the only option to remove that spa is to demo it.
If you're feeling industrious there is one more way to get rid of the old tub and maybe have a little fun at the same time.
If you have the tools and the know how you can dispose of the spa yourself. Simply put, get out your saw and chop it up into little bitty piece, all the while reliving your childhood games of Godzilla and relishing in the destruction. If it's clear the tub will never see life again, removing it in parts is much simpler than trying to remove it as one whole piece.
Now, don’t just jump in guns blazing, we know Godzilla never thought about safety, but you're not a mythical creature. You're a human and much more fragile than a 55,000-ton mutant whale gorilla.