Remove A Pool provides fast, efficient rooftop swimming pool removal services that include everything it takes to safely disconnect, dismantle, and dispose of your unwanted rooftop pool.

We are a dedicated swimming pool removal company, and we’ve been helping hotel managers, HOA boards, apartment building superintendents and owners of luxury homes with our trusted rooftop pool removal solutions for more than 25 years.

Don’t Trust Your Rooftop Pool Removal to a General Contractor

While many general contractors are highly skilled at a variety of building maintenance tasks, the fact is that rooftop pool removal is a highly complex project that involves a significant amount of risk.

Here at Remove A Pool, we have the skills, experience, and dedication to quality it takes to ensure every single step in your rooftop pool removal is completed in a way that protects you and your assets both during the work and in the future.

Eliminate the Risk of a Catastrophic Flood by Removing Your Rooftop Pool

Despite the fact that rooftop pools in condo buildings, hotels, schools, and private homes are designed to be watertight, leaks can and do happen. Pool water can leak through any part of the pool structure include at the plumbing joints, water inlets, and along the various seams and connection points of the pool liner, and when it does, the results are often catastrophic.

Rooftop Pool Removal vs. Repair – Weighing the Risks

If you’ve already been dealing with leaks from your rooftop pool, you have two options – have your rooftop pool completely disconnected and removed, or try to make repairs to prevent leaks from happening again.

The important thing to consider is whether or not keeping a rooftop pool that’s already leaked is worth the risk. After all, once a swimming pool starts to leak, there’s a very good chance the problem will happen again.

Just like with concrete sidewalks and roadways, both indoor and outdoor rooftop concrete pools often develop small hairline cracks due to expansion and contraction from temperature fluctuations. Even when these cracks are repaired, the solution is often temporary, and the leaks often return within a year or two. The same problem can happen with fiberglass pools too, as the compounds used to seal the joints will break down over time, leading to leaks.

You have to ask yourself – do you want to wait for your rooftop pool to spring a leak, or would you rather prevent the problem by calling us here at Remove A Pool?

To speak with us about your specific rooftop swimming pool removal project, call us or complete our online contact form today.