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Backyard swimming pools seem like the American dream, but they are pricey to maintain and repair. And they can actually hurt the resale value of your home. A pool resurfacing can cost between $5,000 and $10,000, depending on the size of the pool and how much tile is involved. Ripping up decking and replacing leaky plumbing can cost $6,000 to $8,000. Removing your swimming pool can reduce hazards and liability, expand the number of potential homebuyers, eliminate costly upkeep and give you more yard space for lawn activities.
Partial Pool Removal: A simple and less costly method of pool removal is the partial swimming pool removal. This method is acceptable in most cities, and Allied can verify if this method is approved in your city with the local building inspector. A partial pool removal is where drainage holes are created in the bottom of the pool and the top few feet of the sides of the pool and the decking are broken up and collapsed into the pool. Then clean common fill is used to fill in the hole, compacted, and a layer of select fill is put on top.
Full Pool Removal: We can also provide a full demolition and removal of your swimming pool. This is where the entire structure is broken up and removed. We can help with which ever method you choose.
Either way, we will disconnect the electricity to the pool if required and haul off the pool equipment unless you want it. We will handle removing and reinstalling a section of fence to access the pool. If you want to retain a portion of decking for any reason, we’ll bring in our flat saws and customize the remaining deck to your preferences. We’ll also work with you to grade the yard to a slope that you want and makes sense.
As a demolition company, we don’t pretend to be horticulturists, landscapers, or grass sod installers. We will leave your yard as a blank canvas for a landscaper or sod expert to work with. We highly recommend you have a plan for your yard ready to be implemented once we complete the removal process to reduce the loss of expensive soil from rain erosion.