If you have a pool that you’d like to remove so you can move on with your life and do more useful things with this area of your property, contact Remove A Pool for expert Woodbine Maryland pool demolition.
All services provided by the Remove A Pool team are backed by a trusted reputation, built on quality services, dependability, and safety. Removing a pool in Woodbine Maryland is as easy as picking up the phone to request an estimate. Estimate requests can be made online as well and all estimates are FREE.
A to Z of Pool Removal
If you’d like to learn a little more about what to expect when removing a pool in Woodbine Maryland before requesting your FREE estimate, we’ll give you a brief run-down. Many homeowners want to know how much it’s going to cost when contemplating the removal of an in-ground pool. The cost will vary depending on whether we remove half of the pool or the pool in its entirety.
The more pool removed, the more it’s going to cost. This is due to more man power and more concrete removal. You’ll find out the cost of removal during the estimate appointment. At this time, the Remove A Pool professional providing your estimate is also available to answer your Woodbine Maryland pool demolition questions.
Steps to Woodbine Maryland Pool Demolition
Removing a pool in Woodbine Maryland involves the following 4 steps:
Step #1 – Estimate Request
Step #2 – Water Removal
Step #3 – Demolition (Abandonment – Half; Exhumation – Complete)
Step #4 – Debris Removal
You’re probably wondering how we’re going to remove all of the water in your pool. After all, it’s a lot of water. We’re going to use some of our special machinery to drill holes throughout the pool’s concrete, which will then safely and efficiently drain the pool. Following the completion of this task, we can begin the demolition of the pool.
When removing half of an in-ground pool, the other half gets handled with care. This section will get “hole-punched” with specialized demolition equipment, which is a prepping step prior to filling in the space with rocks and dirt.
The mixture of dirt and rocks is filled into the space very carefully with the focus on avoiding “settling” of the ground. We use the same mixture with a complete pool removal as well. Once we’ve completed demolition, our crew will remove all of the debris and if you’re interested, we can then plant grass seed in the area.