Removing a Pool in Burbank California with a Team You Can Trust

You’re thinking about removing a pool in Burbank California and you’d like to learn more. You’re also shopping around for a contracting team you can trust to get the job done right. If you’d like to learn more, you’ve come to the right place.

Additionally, the Remove A Pool team is most certainly a team you can trust and depend no. Our company provides countless pool removals each year and we perform our services across the state of California. We are licensed, insured, and qualified to get the job done.

Using only state-of-the-art equipment and a demolition team with years of experience in pool removal, we’re the contracting team you want on-the-job.

Estimates Are Free for Burbank California Pool Demolition

When you request an estimate for Burbank California pool demolition with Remove A Pool, you’ll receive a FREE estimate. And if you’re wondering how much it costs to remove a pool in Burbank California, this is a question you’ll have answered face-to-face during your estimate. A pool removal company can-not properly provide you with an accurate estimate without first examining the pool area and going over your options with you.

Your Options for Pool Removal

We offer two options for removing a pool in Burbank California:

Abandonment: A half removal of the pool at a cost-effective rate. During a half removal, we’ll remove the top half of the pool by breaking apart the concrete and removing the debris. We’ll then machine punch holes into the concrete so that the pool can drain once it’s filled in with dirt and rocks. This is important for the future of your property.

Exhumation: A complete removal of the pool. It costs a little more but that’s because you’re removing the entire pool. This takes more time, labor, and involves more debris removal.

Both methods of removal involve the filling in of the area using the same materials – dirt and rocks. The main difference is in price and the fact that half of the pool is left behind with an abandonment removal. Before choosing your method of removal, please make sure to let the professional who assists you with your estimate know what your future plans are for this area of your property. Knowing your future plans for the property will help us to provide you with expert advice on which method would be more appropriate.

When All is Said and Done — Debris Removal and Grass

Now that we’ve removed the pool and filled in the area, we’re going to begin debris removal. All debris is removed from the property and we will recycle a great deal of concrete in an effort to go green. Finally, we’re going to plant grass upon request. New grass is not an expected service; it’s only performed when requested and it does have its own fee.

To learn more about removing a pool in Burbank California or to request a FREE estimate, contact Remove A Pool today!