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08/16/2016
By: Julie W.
Classic Moving & Storage
You hear about such horror stories in the moving industry. That was NOT MY EXPERIENCE. Jeff the owner is the most honest, candid and scrupulous businessman I've encountered! Thank you Jeff for your all your help. I wish you continued success!
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07/15/2015
By: Ally S.
Classic Moving & Storage
DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY. I recently used this service to move from NYC to Minnesota. When they picked up my boxes, they charged me an additional 100 dollars because they claimed they couldn't pull up to the building, which was inaccurate. They gave us a time frame from 9am-11am but came at 1pm. Next, we were told that my boxes would be delivered within 7-10 days, but my boxes came 17 days later. They were supposed to give us 24 hour notice, but they never did, we had to keep calling them. The worst part is they LOST one of my boxes and another item. I've tried calling the company and they were unable to locate it! My boxes were also placed in the rain and many were ruined. The company is not returning my phone calls or AT ALL HELPFUL.
Tips & Advices
The simplest cause for hot tub jets to stop working is when they’re twisted to the “closed” position and need to be twisted back open. If you’ve recently refilled your hot tub and the jets are not working, there could be an airlock in the plumbing lines--a more difficult issue to fix. Someone with understanding of electrical components should turn the power off and then let the air escape, or bleed, from the lines by loosening “bleed screws” on the end of the pump. Other reasons that jets may stop working include calcium buildup from hard water, and issues with the pump power.
The average lifespan of a hot tub is affected by how well it’s taken care of, as well as the quality of the product. When maintained properly, top-tier brands are expected to last 15-20 years. If neglected, even an expensive hot tub might only last 5 years.
Low water flow is by far the most common cause for a hot tub to overheat, and luckily it can be easily remedied by topping up (filling up the water level using a hose). Another reason a hot tub might overheat is that the spa filter is dirty.
Before you begin looking for a hot tub leak, turn the power off. After that, the first place to check is the pump--a leaky pump is common, and easy to recognize from the water pooling below. If this doesn’t show anything, examine the union fittings, which can often come loose and need to be tightened by hand. If this fails to find your leak, you will need to visually inspect all the valves and plumbing—especially the connections on the pipes.
The cost of maintaining a hot tub should be fairly manageable: about $500 annually in chemicals and filters, plus $30-$50 monthly for electricity. If you have to replace a hot tub cover, however, that could cost anywhere from $200-$400.

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