Pools are great, they offer the perfect blend of entertainment and exercise to anyone who has one installed at their home. However, as time passes on they also become a nuisance. You need to maintain them constantly and you likely pay more for your home insurance because you have one. If you are looking to sell your home, then they can make the process a bit harder. The truth is, there comes a time when it is no longer worth it to keep your pool. Once you get to that point, Remove a Pool is ready to help you with your swimming pool removal.

What is the First Step When Removing a Swimming Pool in Finksburg, Maryland?

Once you decide to remove your swimming pool, you really don’t have to worry about anything else if you call Remove a Pool. We will offer you an estimate for the removal and demolition of your pool, and then if you accept it you can sit back and watch your yard restored to its previous glory. Our team of experts takes care of every detail of your swimming pool demo.

The first thing we will do is check with the local authorities to see if you need a permit for your demolition. We will obtain the permit and quickly start the process. After obtaining the permit we will schedule a date for removing a swimming pool in Finksburg, Maryland with you and then in just a few days you can look at your yard again without cringing.

How Does the Demolition Process Work?

Many people hear the word demolition and get a bit nervous, but there is nothing to be scared of. There are two different types of swimming pool removal: partial removal referred to as abandonment demolition and full pool removal which is referred to as exhume demolition. You can choose which type you want, but most people go with abandonment.

Abandonment is the cheaper choice and involves only removing the top two to three feet of the walls. The debris is then placed in the cavity and the rest of the cavity is filled in with a mixture of dirt and rocks. The ground is then compacted and the project is complete. Your yard will look perfect once the grass grows and you will have much more space to enjoy.

However, if you plan to build a structure or expand your home over the area where the pool was, then it is recommended to choose exhume demolition to improve the structural integrity of your building project. This involves removing all pieces of the swimming pool including the cavity and will take slightly longer and cost more since there is more work involved in the process. Additionally, more debris will need to be removed and more dirt will be required to fill the hole left behind.

Call Today to Schedule Your Swimming Pool Removal

Now that you know hows of removing a swimming pool, the only thing left to do is remove it. Give Remove a Pool today to get an estimate and get the ball rolling on your pool removal project.