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What do you need to do if you’re interested in removing a pool in St. Petersburg, Florida? Well to start you need to find an excellent team that’s going to take care of the entire process from beginning to end. Our Remove a Pool specialists are exactly the team you’re looking for and we’ll take care of your demo quickly and with the least disruption to your busy life.
In-ground pools seem like they would be a hassle to remove, but not with our team. We take care of drilling holes through the concrete foundation to release the water and then start tearing out the concrete pieces that form the frame of your pool. It’s really that easy. Of course, when it comes to your demo you may want a few options and that’s exactly what we’re going to give you.
Pool Demolition In St. Petersburg and Pinellas Park
Get a good quality St. Petersburg, Florida pool demolition, but get what you really want at the same time. Looking for a way you can get your pool taken out but not pay a whole lot of money? One option is to have it broken down and then left (along with dirt and rock) to fill in the hole its going to leave in your backyard. Instead of taking out all the pieces of your pool, we’ll drain it and then break some of it up, leaving most of the concrete behind with dirt and rock to fill it in. We call this one, abandonment.
On the other hand, if you’re looking at removing the entire pool, we’ll help you with that by tearing out everything that’s left behind after your pool is emptied. You’ll be left with a hole in the ground but don’t worry, because we fill it in again before we leave so you have a level yard. We’ll even take care of seeding the new area if you’re interested so you end up with a beautiful lawn when we’re done.
To get a free estimate on removing a pool in Lealman, Gulfport,Pinellas Park, Kenneth City, or St. Petersburg, Florida, give us a call right now!
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.