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At Remove A Pool, you can enjoy your backyard the way you want to. Our team of highly skilled professionals is available to help you to get rid of an unwanted pool from your yard. We offer affordable, reliable Westminster & Fountain Valley California pool demolition.
Why Remove Your Pool?
Many of today’s homeowners are looking for a fast way to improve their home’s value. If you are having trouble selling your home because of your large in-ground pool, removing it can help it sell faster and even boost your home’s value. If you plan to stay at your home but you are tired of paying the costs to maintain your pool, including yearly maintenance and upkeep, getting rid of it could be the best decision for you.
How Can Remove A Pool Help You?
Removing a pool in Westminster, California is done by our trained professionals. Our team will come to your home and offer a full consultation and review of your needs. Our demolition service offers two options. Our full removal will remove all components of the pool’s structure and fill in the empty space for you. Most of our clients select the second option, which is half pool removal service. Here, we’ll remove all exposed components of the pool and cave it in on itself. We’ll fill in the open space creating the same, level yard you are looking for.
When you turn to our professionals, you get complete and customized service that meets all of your needs. This includes removing all debris and water as necessary, filling in the open space with gravel and soil, and compacting it. Our comprehensive compaction ensures the best possible results. We can even help you with sod installation.
Are you wondering how removing a pool in Westminster, California can help you? It is easy to find out. Call us today to request a consultation and an estimate. Our skilled team at Remove A Pool is readily available to help you get your project underway.
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.