Pool Removal Near Me, That’s What We Do!
Don’t You Have Enough To Do?
Tired of the pool maintenance and service costs?
- Pool Opening
- Swimming Pool Closing
- Daily Cleaning
- Insurance Fees
- Security Fence
- Code Compliance
- Equipment Inspection
- Water Testing and Balancing
- Pool Pumps
- Ladders & Steps
- Daily Chemical Balancing
- Hardware Repairs
- Filter Replacement
- Your Time & Energy
- Pool Cover Repairs
- Pool Upgrades
We Have The Experience and The Know How
My Pool Removal Process
The process outlined below illustrates the initial pool removal start.
- Mobilize to the site.
- Remove a section of fence for access on back side of the home.
- Disconnect swimming pool electrical and or gas appliances.
- Remove the swimming pool pump, pool mechanical equipment and pool heater.
- Pump water out of the existing pool.
- Provide concrete demolition to the very bottom of the existing pool for drainage and water flow.
- Invite your local inspector to the job site for your Backfill Pre-Inspection approval.
- Actual Pool Demolition
With the preliminary pool removal work complete, you can now move on to demolition. This is where heavy equipment is used to accomplish the tasks listed below. The tasks will require skill, precision and safety. Always use personal safety equipment. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is protective clothing, helmet, goggles and ear protection. This equipment is a must with construction demolition. This equipment protects the wearer’s body from injury and or infection.
- Demo existing concrete sidewalk surrounding the pool.
- Place demoed concrete sidewalk into existing pool opening.
- Demo concrete pool perimeter edge a minimum of 36 inches below top of coping/grade.
- Place demoed concrete edge material into existing pool area.
- Install geotextile fabric (stabilization sheet) for soil stabilization.
- Haul off pool pump, water filter system and other pool items.
- Provide for clean backfill and track material into remaining pool area.
- Tamp the backfill material every 10” – 12” material layer/lifts (placement of backfill material).
Final Grading & Clean Up
- Pick up all project debris.
- Final back grade of the project area.
- Apply seed and straw.
- Final broom sweep.
My FREE In-Ground Pool Removal Guide
My FREE In Ground Pool Removal Guide
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