We have a spa in our sunroom. The sunroom is made of aluminum beam
type things and glass panes. It is probably 20 years old. The spa is
fairly decrepit and we would like to take it out and replace with a
slightly bigger spa.
Unfortunately, neither the old spa nor the one we want to put in, will
fit through the door of the sunroom. It does not seem like that
sunroom is easy to disassemble. My question is, are these sunrooms
usually built to be easy to disassemble if necessary to be reassembled
later? Am I missing something there? I would not want to demolish the
sunroom and then buiding another one, for obvious reasons.
Depends on the sunroom construction. I have a similar sunroom with a
spa, and the spa wouldn't fit where they had expected to bring it in.
10-15 minutes later, one wall was gone and the spa wwas inside. Another
10 minutes and the wall was back together.
Call the company that built the sunroom (if they are still around) and
ask. If they are gone or you don't know who they are, ask the place
that you are getting the spa from to recommend one.
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