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Wondering what to do with that leaking old pool in your backyard? Worried about the liability issues that come with having a swimming pool on your property? Tired of the high costs and hassles of maintaining your pool? Interested in removing a swimming pool in Essex or Colchester, Vermont?
We’re Remove A Pool, the professional, no-stress pool removal solution, and we’ve been helping homeowners like you for over 25 years. Our team of fully licensed and insured Colchester, Vermont swimming pool removal contractors have the skills and experience needed to quickly demolish your pool, remove all the debris, and leave you with a clean, level yard that’s ready to enjoy.
How We Work
As the preferred provider of Colchester, Vermont swimming pool removal services, we take pride in providing each of our customers with a clear, up-front estimate that includes all the time, labor, and equipment needed to do the job right.
We offer two options when it comes to removing a concrete swimming pool in Colchester, Vermont – partial pool removal, and full pool removal.
Partial pool removal is the most economical options for deconstructing a concrete pool as only the top portion of the pool is removed and used to partially fill in the remaining portion of the pool. The rest of the void is backfilled with sand, gravel, and soil to create a smooth, even surface.
Full, or complete pool removal involves demolishing and removing the entire pool from your property, then filling the space completely. This process is recommended when the pool is made of vinyl or fiberglass, or for properties where re-sale value is a consideration.
Contact Us For Your Free Estimate
To learn more about removing a swimming pool in Essex or Colchester, Vermont, contact us today here at Remove A Pool – we’re your local, experienced pool removal experts!
Top 5 Reasons to Remove a Pool
The reasons for pool removal vary, but these are some of top reasons. The most common reason is generally that the pool has reached its lifetime and is no longer in-use. Pools that sit unused have the potential to become liability concerns for several reasons, plus that space can be used for something more useful to the property owner.