Delivery of your Hot Tub

Your HGS hot tub will arrive on a trailer and it will be wheeled into place using a specially adapted trolley. It cannot be dismantled, therefore we will need to ensure we can access the chosen location and manoeuvre it into position. During the consultation, we will look all possible options for delivery of your hot tub to the proposed location, and these will include:

  • Width and height clearance of your house or perimeter fencing as we may need to use a crane lift if we cannot get access at ground-level
  • Width of gates and passageways
  • Protruding electric and gas metre boxes
  • Overhead clearance - low roof eaves, overhanging branches and rain gutters
  • Access route is clear of branches, garden items
  • Sharp turns
  • More than 6 steps without a level surface in between

If installation cannot be achieved via the specialist trolley system, then we can arrange for a crane lift of the hot tub into your chosen location. There will be an additional charge if this is required.

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