Glendale California Pool Demolition: Before, During, and After Pool Removal

The very idea of removing a pool in Glendale California can create anxiety in homeowners. This is completely understandable. It’s also why it’s important to do your research on demolition companies and choose a team you can trust.

The team you can trust to perform Glendale California pool demolition when you need help removing a pool from your property is Remove A Pool. With years of experience, a highly-qualified team and the best equipment around, you can rest assured that your pool removal needs will be in the best of hands.

How to Remove a Pool in Glendale California

The only way to remove an old underground pool is with demolition. When removing a pool in Glendale California, you have a couple of options – abandonment removal and exhumation removal. What’s the difference? Abandonment removal is a cost-effective solution to the removal of old pools.

It involves a half removal whereas the exhumation method involves a complete removal. However, both methods of removal are effective measures to take when removing a pool. You can go over your Glendale California pool demolition options in further detail during your FREE estimate.

Before, During, and After Pool Demolition

Before demolition, you’ll receive your FREE estimate once you contact our company to make your request. This is when you’ll find out how much it costs to remove a pool and you’ll have the chance to ask as many questions as you like. The next step is for our team to obtain a permit allowing us to perform demolition on your property.

We’re then going to set a date to drain the pool if the pool has any existing water in it. We’ll begin demolition soon after that. If you’ve opted for an abandonment removal, we’ll machine punch holes into the remaining concrete before filling it in. We use dirt and rock materials to fill in the open space regardless of the method of removal.

After demolition, Remove A Pool performs debris removal and the expert clean-up of your property. The final phase involves planting new grass in this area. We’ll only plant new grass when requested by you, the property owner. Please note that because this is a separate service, there is a separate charge.

To request a FREE estimate for Glendale California pool demolition or to learn more, contact Remove A Pool today!