If you’re thinking about removing a pool in Frederick County Maryland, consider consulting with the demolition experts of Remove a Pool. When you hire the team of Remove a Pool, you can count on services you can trust. The entire pool removal process is stress-free for homeowners when we’re on the job handling the demolition of that old pool in the backyard of your home.
We take great pride in the satisfaction of our customers and in the qualifications of our team. We have the expertise to get the job done right and we will walk you through the entire process before getting started so you know what to expect when we break ground.
The Steps to Frederick County Maryland Pool Demolition
These are some of the steps you can expect to be involved with the removal of your pool:
Estimate: The first step to the demolition of your old pool is to request an estimate with our company. During an estimate, we’ll come out to your home to examine the property and the pool area. This careful assessment doesn’t take long and will help us to provide you with a quote of services. We’ll also let you know your demolition options.
Permits: Once you decide that our team of demolition contractors is the team you want handling your pool removal needs, we’ll then move forward in acquiring any necessary additional permits needed to break ground on your property.
Demolition: It’s demolition time! During the demolition phase, we’ll either remove part of the pool or the entire pool. This all depends upon your choice during the estimate. Partial pool removal is a cost-effective solution for homeowners shopping around for affordable pool demolition services. If price is not a concern for you and you’d rather remove the entire pool, then you may prefer to have the entire pool removed.
A partial pool removal is referred to as an abandonment demolition and a complete removal is referred to as an exhumation demolition. Once we’ve ripped everything up with our professional machinery it is then time to fill in the hole. We do this in an expert manner, carefully filling in the hole with dirt and rocks.
Clean-Up: Now it’s time to clean up the mess left behind. All of the debris is removed from your property and taken away where it will later be recycled at a special recycling facility. The final step in clean-up is to plant fresh grass. This step is optional and additional for homeowners. It’s also a step that many homeowners choose to utilize.
To learn more about removing a pool in Frederick County Maryland with the pool removal experts of Remove a Pool, give us a call or request your estimate online today!