How does pool removal and pool demolition work?
Remove a Pool has the capabilities of removing both in-ground pools and above ground pools. The very first step before getting started with the actual removal of the pool is to obtain necessary demolition permits. This is a step that can be stressful to homeowners and that’s why we’re proud to handle this step for our customers, too.
During the pool removal process, you can expect us to remove any and all existing water inside of your pool safely and professionally. We’ll then perform an expert, comprehensive demolition of the pool. Upon completion of a safe demolition, our team of professionals will remove all debris from the space and from your backyard.
Once the debris has been removed, we’ll then begin to fill in the space left behind from your once enjoyable backyard pool. This step is just as important as the demolition itself to avoid problems with “settling.”
And Remove a Pool doesn’t stop there. If you would like, we’ll also prep the area for fresh grass. This is an additional service that many of our customers nationwide opt to do upon completion of demolition.