Connecticut pool demolition is exactly what you need to get rid of an unwanted pool. Remove A Pool is the team of experienced, dedicated professionals ready to work with you to remove your pool. If it’s time to move on from an in-ground pool, our services are fast, affordable, and done safely to avoid any risk to your family, home, or other assets.
How to Remove a Pool in Connecticut
If you are considering Connecticut pool demolition, call Remove A Pool today. We’re happy to talk to you about your options, the costs, and the process at length. Remember, we customize every project to meet your needs. As a part of that process, we’ll sit down with you to discuss the options in full and partial pool demolition.
Full pool demolition involves the removal of all components of the pool. A lesser expensive option is partial pool removal, which makes up most of our business. That’s because it is a safe and more affordable way to get rid of an unwanted pool and create the level yard you are looking to replace.
When you work with Remove A Pool, we get the job done properly for you. Removing a pool in Connecticut involves:
- Securing the necessary permits for the work
- Removing the water and any debris from within the pool
- Demolishing the exterior walls and getting rid of plumbing lines
- Hauling away any debris necessary
- Using the proper equipment to excavate the area thoroughly
- Filling in the open space with soil and gravel
- Compacting the area to create the level yard you want
It sounds easy to do, but our team does it expertly to ensure your home’s property looks just the way you want it to. We also ensure your landscaping is kept safe. Ask us about sod installation as well. Remove A Pool is a full service pool demolition company in Connecticut. Don’t let just anyone remove the pool from your home. Let our team go to work for you today.
Call us to schedule a consultation for pool removal at your Connecticut home. Let us give you an estimate on your custom project.
Serving New Britain, Dansbury, Norwalk, Waterbury, Stamford, Hartford, New Haven, and Bridgeport.