Thinking about removing a pool in your backyard? Before you make any final decisions, you should give Remove a Pool a call to see what your swimming pool removal options are. There are many different ways you can approach removing your pool, but at the end of the day only a professional can do it safely and fully. We have a dedicated team that is highly experienced in removing swimming pools in Parkton, Maryland and we will be happy to guide you through the process.

Why Should I Remove My Swimming Pool?

There are many reasons that you may be thinking about removing your pool. Most people start thinking about swimming pool removal in the spring because they don’t want to deal with maintenance in the summer for a pool they don’t use. If you haven’t really used your pool in a few years, it may be time to remove it so you can stop paying for its upkeep every year. As a bonus, your insurance premiums will likely go down once you remove the pool.

Other people take a look at their outdated pool and simply grimace to themselves. If your pool is an eyesore, removing it could give you back your backyard and help increase the retail value of your home. This is especially important if you are thinking about selling your home, because homes tend to sell better if they don’t have a pool.

What are My Pool Removal Options in Parkton, Maryland?

In general, you can choose a partial removal called an abandonment or a complete removal known as an exhumation. In the end you can choose, but usually the decision should be made based on the condition of your pool and your plans for the yard once it is removed. While a partial removal is the cheaper option, sometimes it is not the best option based on the condition of the pool and your yard. Our Remove A Pool experts will be glad to talk to you about your future plans to ensure that you make an educated decision. We will be happy to help you with both, but want to ensure that you are satisfied with your results.

How Long Will the Pool Removal Process Take?

Usually removing a swimming pool only takes a few days. Once you call us we will come out to your home and give you a free estimate as well as discuss your removal options. Before we schedule a removal date we will take a quick look at your city bylaws to determine if you need a removal permit and obtain one quickly if necessary. At this point, we will schedule a date for removal and start the process as soon as possible.

The process itself is fairly easy. Remove A Pool will drain the pool if there is water in it and then either do a partial removal or complete removal based on your choice. We will fill in the space with dirt and rocks to help prevent settling and then remove all debris from your yard. If you wish, we will add some grass seed and in just a few weeks there will be no evidence of a pool ever existing. If you are ready to get started with your swimming pool removal, give Remove A Pool a call today and obtain an estimate from one of our trained experts.