Northern Virginia Pool Removal Company Reminds Homeowners that with Summer Over, It’s Time to Close that Pool Once and for All

Remove A Pool, a company offering pool demolition services in Northern Virginia, wants to remind homeowners that with summer over, it is time for homeowners to consider closing that swimming pool in their yard once and for all. It may already have been the homeowner’s decision to get rid of that pool in the yard because it has become too expensive to maintain but this was postponed to enjoy the pool for the last time during the summer. Another possible reason for wanting to get rid of a pool is that it is taking up too much space in the yard or the space occupied by the pool is needed for a home extension project.

There are a number of benefits in getting the services of a professional pool demolition service. These include: the fact that a substantial amount of space in the yard can be reclaimed; the fact that liability risks can be avoided; the fact that the value of the home will increase and make it easier to sell later on because most buyers don’t want a pool in their yard; and the fact that it will save the homeowner the costs of maintaining a pool.

S. Gordon, a spokesperson for Remove A Pool, says, “We make the demolition process easier than you actually think. When you contact us for a pool removal service, we will provide you with a free detailed consultation and estimated quote for the demolition service. Our knowledgeable experts will work with you at every step of the process. We do the complete job from obtaining the necessary permits, disconnecting utilities at the source, scheduling all City/County inspections, pumping water out of your existing pool, removal and backfill of the pool creating an amazing space for your family to enjoy.”

The professional team from Remove A Pool will apply the best approach depending on the kind of pool, accessibility, size, and method of removal. There are two possible kinds of pool removal. A partial pool removal process will involve breaking the concrete and filling the pool with clean fill dirt. The other option is a complete pool removal, which will consist of the complete removal of all debris, backfilling of the hole with fresh soil, and compaction of the soil for maximum stability and density. Experts at Remove A Pool with help the homeowner in making the appropriate decision that will comply with his or her budget and time constraints.

Remove A Pool will be hauling away all of the debris and materials and they will level the backyard to achieve the best possible drainage that will result into an attractive outdoor space. The homeowner may also choose to improve the yard’s appeal with a lawn design service at a separate charge. The company will also ensure that the remaining debris will be disposed of in a way that is not harmful to the environment.

S. Gordon wants to point out that Remove A Pool is not part of a jack of all trades company that provides excavating, landscaping, pool removal, and more. They are an exclusive pool removal company with equipment that have been especially designed to be minimally invasive to the home’s current lawn and landscaping. The equipment and processes that they use are designed to offer the homeowner with the safest and most comprehensive solution for getting rid of an unwanted swimming pool.

They are capable of demolishing various kinds of pools. These are the vinyl lined pools, gunite pools, and fiberglass pools. For each type of pool, they have a specific removal process. They have the goal of providing the most comprehensive pool removal service in the industry by applying the most up-to-date methods while taking all necessary precautions to make sure that the pool removal is done in the most sustainable and environmentally friendly way possible.

Homeowners and other property owners who are looking for a Northern Virginia pool removal service may want to visit the Remove A Pool website, or contact them through the telephone or via email.


For more information about Remove A Pool, contact the company here:

Remove A Pool
S. Gordon
3 Church Circle
Suite 316
Annapolis, Maryland