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The Leaders in Pool Removal in Tampa and Brandon

So you’re looking at removing a pool in Tampa or Brandon, Florida. Well you’re in luck because that’s exactly what Remove a Pool is here for. We specialize in taking out in-ground pools for people throughout the Tampa area and we can take care of yours much faster than you would think, so you can be playing on your beautiful lawn in no time. After all, an old pool that no one uses is definitely going to eat up some of the space you have to just have a good time with your family and friends. So why would you want it to stay there?

If there are any permits needed for Tampa, Florida pool demolition we’ll take care of getting them. We also take care of draining your pool entirely and then get to work on the actual demolition. It’s easy, quick and you have a couple different options to make sure it’s done the way you want.

The Abandonment Pool Demolition Method

The first option we give is the abandonment method. In this option, we’ll drain your pool, punch holes throughout to ensure proper drainage in the future, and then fill it in with rocks and dirt so your yard is entirely level. The cheaper option, you still won’t ever know there was a pool in the backyard.

The Exhumation Pool Removal Method

The second option, is the full exhumation of your pool. We drain it out entirely and then make sure to remove all of the pieces that are left behind so you have a completely clear yard. We’ll then fill it in with a mixture of rocks and dirt that’s perfect for growing new grass and creating a beautiful lawn.

With either method we can also seed your new lawn to get it looking its absolute best as soon as possible.

If you’d like to find out more about getting your pool removed, or if you’re ready to do it now, give us a call and let’s get started.

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