While an in-ground swimming pool is generally considered a luxury bonus by most people in Massachusetts, there are many reasons that homeowners may want to have their pool removed. Maybe your family has grown smaller and you no longer enjoy the maintenance required to keep your pool in pristine condition. Maybe you’re adding on to your home and need the space currently occupied by your swimming pool for the new section of your home. Or, perhaps you want to replace your dated concrete pool with a more modern, more energy-efficient model. Whatever the reason, removing your in-ground swimming pool safely and completely requires a pool removal specialist.

What to expect when having your pool removed

The first step to having your in-ground swimming pool removed is for the crew to obtain the necessary permits for the project. They will also check the location of any underground utility and communication lines to make sure that these stay intact during the demolition. Next, the team will drill holes in the concrete and allow the water to gradually seep into the soil surrounding the pool.

Once the pool is empty, the crew will break up the concrete and remove the pieces, hauling them to a recycling center. Lastly,we will fill the void with dirt and top soil so that, in a few weeks, you won’t be able to detect any sign of your former pool site.

Why hire a professional pool removal specialist

Hiring a professional pool removal team offers a number of benefits over and above the peace of mind that comes with having a qualified, experienced crew to do the necessary work. Just a few of the things you can expect from the dependable pool removal specialists at Remove a Pool.com include:

  • Licensing, insurance and bonding. Accidents happen, even to the most professional crews. Hiring a licensed, bonded and insured crew lets you know that if something happens to damage your house or property during the demolition process, you won’t have to foot the repair bill yourself.
  • Recycling. When you work with a professional crew like ours, we take the concrete and other recycleable products to collection centers where they’ll be reused to make other products and keep them out of America’s landfills.
  • Thorough clean up. You have our guarantee that we’ll leave your property as clean or cleaner than we found it. That’s how we do business.

Massachusetts swimming pool removal

Removing a swimming pool in Massachusetts makes a very poor DIY project. You need a team with the experience and tools necessary to do the job safely and completely. To learn more about our Massachusetts pool removal services, call us today. We are happy to handle sizes of pools, from a small wading pool to an Olympic-sized racing pool.