When removing a pool in White Marsh Maryland with the experts of Remove A Pool, you can count on a demolition process that’s stress-free and most importantly – safe. As experts in pool removal, we pride ourselves on putting the safety of our clients first.
We’re a licensed and fully-insured White Marsh Maryland pool demolition company with an entire team of professionals experienced in removing all types of in-ground pools. We can safely and competently remove any pool. And best of all, estimates are FREE.
Your First Step to Pool Removal
The very first step you’re going to take to get started with the removal of your old pool is to contact us as soon as you’re ready to begin, so we can set up a complementary estimate.
During your FREE estimate, we’re going to let you know face-to-face just how much it’s going to cost for our team to get the job done. Estimates are only given in person. It’s impossible to give an estimate over the phone or via email without seeing the pool and property.
The Process of Removing a Pool in White Marsh Maryland
Following the estimate, we may need to acquire a permit to perform this task on your property. This is no problem at all. Once we have the permit we’ll begin. First, we’re going to drain the pool if it still has water in it. Then we’re going to start demolishing the pool using a variety of heavy duty equipment and machinery.
Once we’ve finished with the demolition phase, we’re going to fill in the space left behind and clean-up. When cleaning up, we pick up all debris and make sure the property is left as it was found minus the pool. If you like, we’ll even help you to plant grass seed in the area of the old pool. However, this is an additional service with its own separate fee.
Things to Know
You have options. Your choice of removal includes a partial pool removal or a complete removal. A partial removal is known as an abandonment removal and with this type of removal we remove half of the pool.
The half that’s left in the ground, we’re going to punch holes into the concrete. These holes help with “drainage” in the future. With a complete removal, known as an exhumation, the entire pool is removed. Abandonment is more affordable for those on a budget.
To schedule your FREE estimate with the experts of Remove A Pool, contact us today!