Monthly Archives: January 2014

St. Petersburg Hot Tub Disposal

There are many great things about buying a home in St. Petersburg. No matter where you live, you’re never really that far from anything. Most of the homes are equipped with central air to make the muggy Florida summers tolerable. It is also hard to find a decent St. Petersburg home without at least a hot tub or swimming pool. That because home developers discovered a long time ago that one of the best features on a new house was your own private “body of water.” Of course, if you bought a home with a hot tub or pool that wasn’t properly maintained then you’ve just taken on an added headache. There is not much you can do with a pool in disrepair other than fix it or fill it. As for a dilapidated spa, you can count on Junk King Sarasota for an efficient hot tub disposal.

Hot tub disposal isn’t as easy as throwing out bag of garbage. There is no way even the smallest piece of a hot tub will pick in your garbage can. When your turn this task over to Junk King, they’ll put their best men on the job. Every Junk King crew is trained in the fine art of disassembling. That

Sweet hot tub set up.

Sweet hot tub set up.

means that can take apart just about anything from an old BBQ to a tree fort to a hot tub.

Whether you desire to have your tub replaced or just want to expand your patio or garden, having that old tub clear will give you the proper space to work with. That can also hold true with several other areas in your St. Petersburg home. Suppose you want to set up an arts and craft station in your garage? First, you need to get rid of years of accumulated clutter. You’ll want shelf space and room to move around. One Junk King appointment can take care of that.

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St. Petersburg Mattress Disposal

Are you familiar with St. Petersburg City Ordinance 27-277 Unlawful Disposal of Refuse Class IV? This ordinance states: “It shall be unlawful to deposit garbage, industrial waste, garden trash, tree trimmings, non combustibles or rubbish on the premises of another or upon any street, alley, park, or other public property, or in any canal, water, waterway, rock pit, pool or lake within the City, or in any garbage or rubbish container which another person shall have paid the collection fee.” This is followed up by 27-296.3 Unlawful Practices: “It is unlawful and a violation of this article for any person to do or permit to be done any act which is in violation of this article. Such a prohibited act is punishable by a fine of $500.00 per incident. An incident is deemed the removal of materials from a single place.” Translation: If you dump something, you could be slapped with a hefty fine.

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