Removing a pool in Newport Beach California is hassle-free when you contract with the expert team of Remove A Pool. We have a full-team of demolition pros with experience in the removal of all pool types. Our team takes the stress and anxiety out of pool removal and we’re ready to get started with Newport Beach California pool demolition when you are.
Understanding the Newport Beach California Demolition Process
Before you begin, we want to help you to understand the process of removing a pool in Newport Beach California that way you know what to expect and there are no surprises. It is a basic process and you do have a couple of choices when selecting a method of removal. Additionally, in the end, you also have the choice of fresh grass for the space of the old pool.
Steps to Removing a Pool in Newport Beach California
Step 1: Request an estimate from the Remove A Pool team. At this time, we’ll go over your demolition options and provide you with your FREE quote.
Step 2: We’ll look into whether or not we need a permit to work on your property.
Step 3: Draining the pool of water. If the pool does not contain any water, we’ll proceed with demolition.
Step 4: It’s time for the demolition of the pool and this step will vary depending upon the method used to get the job done.
Step 5: Filling in the open space. The space is filled in with rocks and dirt.
Step 6: The removal of all pool debris from the property.
Step 7: We’ll clean-up the property, remove machinery and plant grass seed. Grass seed is an “upon request” service with its own separate charge.
Partial Pool Removal vs Complete Pool Removal
Your options for pool removal include the partial removal of the pool (abandonment) or the complete removal of the pool (exhumation). If you’re looking for a cost-effective method of removal, then you may wish to consider the abandonment method. However, while this method is an affordable option, it’s important to receive expert advice before making your final selection.
Other than the cost of removal, there is another difference between these two types of pool removal. With a partial removal, the remaining section of the concrete will receive professional holes punched into the bottom. Special machinery is used to perform this task and it enables this portion of the pool to drain once the area has been filled-in.
For your FREE quote or to find out more about removing a pool in Newport Beach California, contact the experts of Remove A Pool today!