Remove That Old Pool in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, Or Portsmouth with Remove A Pool
Homeowners of Virginia Beach, if the pool in your backyard no longer serves a purpose in your life, it’s time to look into removing a pool in Virginia Beach. If that intent is what brought you to our site, then look no further than Remove A Pool for all of your Virginia Beach pool removal and Virginia Beach demolition needs. We are experts in the field of pool removal and demolition. We have all of your needs covered when it’s time for pool removal and we specialize in the removal of any type of pool, including above ground and in-ground pools.
Reasons and Causes for Pool Removal
Our customers in Virginia Beach come to us for pool removal for a wide-variety of personal reasons. Here are some of the most common reasons that you may find yourself considering pool removal:
- You no longer use the pool in your backyard and it’s just taking up space that you could use for something else that would better serve your life.
- The pool may need repairs that you feel are not worth it or that you just cannot afford. It’s simply not worth fixing.
- Selling your home? Maybe you’d like to attract more buyers by removing the old family pool.
- Tired of worrying about liability issues? Especially if you no longer use the pool? It’s time to get rid of the pool.
- The pool needs too much maintenance that you just don’t have time for and maybe can’t afford to pay a professional. No longer worth it to you.
Regardless of your reasons for pool removal, Remove A Pool wants to help.
What to Expect from the Demolition Process of Your Old Pool
The very first step before any type of demolition will take place is for you to request your estimate. When you’re ready to move forward, we’ll then inquire about necessary permits needed to remove a pool at your location. Once we have any necessary needed permits, you can then expect a safe demolition process by a team of experts who will complete the removal of your old pool competently and in a timely manner utilizing only state-of-the-art machinery and equipment.
Choosing a Demolition Process
When you’re ready for the demolition of your old pool, you’ll have a choice of abandonment or exhumation. Here is a brief breakdown of both types: Abandonment: When a pool is abandoned, part of the pool is removed with many holes punched into the bottom of the pool with special machinery, which will allow for future drainage. The pool is then carefully filled in with a lot of rocks and dirt. Abandonment is generally a popular choice for homeowners due to the fact that it’s an affordable Virginia Beach pool removal option. Exhumation: If you’d rather have the entire pool removed all together, then this option is for you. It’s a little more costly, but the entire pool is removed. Upon completion of demolition, debris is removed to a recycling facility and if you’re interested in planting new grass in the space filled in, Remove A Pool can do that, too. Just ask. To learn more about removing a pool in Virginia Beach with the experts of Remove A Pool, contact us today. We’re your Virginia Beach demolition and Virginia Beach pool removal contractor.