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Kent Island Maryland Pool Removal: Eliminating the Possibility of Liability Issues Later
If you have an unused pool on your property, you could be opening yourself up to the potential for liability issues at some point or another. Perhaps you’ve already considered this possibility, which is why you would like to learn more about removing a pool in Kent Island Maryland.
Maybe you’re tired of worrying about a pool that you no longer use and would rather just remove it once and for all. When you’re ready to finally make the decision to remove that old, unused pool, give the demolition experts of Remove a Pool a call.
Kent Island Maryland Pool Demolition – Step-by-Step
When you contact the experts of Remove a Pool to perform our expert pool demolition services, here’s a general idea of what you can expect.
Step 1 – Request Your Free Quote: Your first step in the removal of any pool is to contact us to request your free quote. Your free quote can be requested online or over the telephone, whichever method you prefer is fine. A professional and knowledgeable member of our team will respond to your request courteously, answering any questions you may have and will then set your appointment for your quote.
Step 2 – The Quote: When you request a quote, we’ll visit your property to view and assess both the pool and the property itself. The price of demolition will depend upon several variables, which are all taken into consideration in-person. We’ll also discuss your options, pricing, and set an appointment to begin demolition.
Step 3 – Additional Permits: We’re already licensed to perform pool removal services, but if additional permits are needed on your property site, we’ll obtain these on your behalf.
Step 4 – Pool Removal: This is the phase where we finally visit your property to break ground for the professional and safe removal of the unused pool in your backyard. Depending upon which type of demolition you choose, we’ll perform an exhumation or abandonment removal. Here’s a breakdown of the differences between the two:
- Abandonment Demolition: Partial pool removal; removing a lot of the pool and filling in what’s left with rocks and dirt.
- Exhumation Demolition: Complete pool removal; removing a pool in complete totality and then filling in the hole left behind.
Step 5 – Debris Removal and Clean-Up: We’ve finished with the demolition process and now it’s time to clean-up. During this phase, we’ll remove everything left behind by the pool and then transport the remnants from your property to a recycling facility. We’ll leave your lawn the way we found it minus the pool.
Step 6 – Fresh Grass: If the idea of fresh grass seed planted in the area left behind the old pool appeals to you, then simply request this additional service and we’ll happily perform this task once we’ve finished clean-up.
To request your free Kent Island pool demolition quote or to learn more, contact us today!
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.