What to Expect When Removing a Pool in Springfield Virginia
What can you expect when removing a pool in Springfield Virginia? Well, for starters, you can expect a worry-free and stress-free experience when you contract with the professionals of Remove A Pool. The very idea of pool demolition can create stress and anxiety for homeowners, but not when our team is on the job.
We work hard to make sure you have peace of mind in knowing that we’re highly-skilled and trained to remove a wide-spectrum of pool types. It doesn’t matter what type of pool you have sitting in your backyard, chances are – we can remove it and we can remove it safely.
Estimate Requests and Permits
Requests for an estimate by a Remove A Pool expert can be made on our website or by giving us a call. All of the estimates that we provide to property owners are completely FREE of charge.
Become more informed about the pool removal process and get the quote that you’re eager to obtain so you can find out whether or not you’re ready to get started. Once you’ve established that you’re ready to start, we’ll then obtain a permit.
Water Removal and Demolition
Pools containing water must be drained prior to demolition. This task is easy to complete and will be performed by our team utilizing high-tech machinery and expert hands.
Demolition performed will either be an exhumation demolition or an abandonment demolition. The type of demolition that we perform to remove your old pool is pre-determined by you, the property owner.
Differences between Exhumation and Abandonment
When distinguishing between the two, it’s all a matter of partial and complete removal. One method removes part of the pool while the other method removes every inch of the pool. Additionally, the partial removal method is a more cost-effective option for homeowners.
During a partial removal, the technique is different as well. When leaving part of the pool to be filled-in with dirt and rocks, before we fill in this hole, we punch holes into the bottom. This is to make sure that the area drains properly in the future when it rains.
Similarities between the Two Types
Upon removal of debris, both types involve the careful filling in of the hole using machinery, dirt and rocks. Extreme care, caution, and precision are involved as well. Great care is taken to avoid “settling” of the area now or in the future.
The clean-up process is the same, too. During clean-up, we remove all of the debris left behind in the after math and take it away to a recycling facility.
After we’ve removed the Pool
After removal, as stated above, we clean-up. But we also plant grass seed when requested. Please note that for our team to plant fresh grass seed, there is an additional charge involved.
To request your FREE estimate for Springfield Virginia pool demolition, or to learn more, contact Remove A Pool today!