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To Crane or not to Crane ? That was the question......
by Adam & Marnee , 10/31/2010
The answer was Pacific Hot Tub Solutions.My wife and I wanted a new hot tub for our backyard. The area to get it through was really tight and we thought a crane would be the easiest way to get in the backyard without damaging the house or landscape.They met with me to review site and told me they could get a crane in to complete the job but that I would be spending a lot of unneccesary money.They were able to move my new hot tub from where I purchased it to my back yard effortlessly and flawlessly and they saved me over $500.My hot tub arrived safely in my backyard with no damage to it or my property. I filled it up, turned it on and within less than a week after thinking I was going to have to spend upwards of $500 to crane the tub to my backyard I was relaxing in my new tub with money still in my pocket.I would recommend this company to anyone who is looking to move a hot tub.