Why Choosing Professional Pool Removal is Important
It’s natural to look at an inground pool and think all you need to do is fill it in. Unfortunately, properly removing a pool is not that simple at all. If all you or your general contractor does is fill the ground in with dirt, even if you remove some of the pool first, you can end up with some serious problems. Including:
- Unstable ground: Most or all of the pool parts need to be removed during a pool demolition. If certain pieces are kept in, or even if the ground is not filled and compacting properly, then you could create unstable ground. It would be unsafe to build a deck, a pergola, or another structure on this ground. But you might not realize something is wrong until the deck collapses.
- Mud pit: The ground needs to drain water properly in order to remain solid. When the shell of the pool isn’t removed, it retains water. Or, if the wrong fill materials are used, then the ground may not disperse water properly. The result could be a mud pit that you can literally sink into, which is a serious safety hazard.
- Legal issues: In Sandy Springs, you require a permit to remove your pool. If you don’t use one, you could face some legal or regulatory issues, especially when you go to sell your home.
Work with Us for Proper Pool Removal
You don’t need to stress about your pool removal at all if you work with our team. We’re specialists who are familiar with every little detail of how a safe, efficient pool removal should go. That means we deal with the permit office for you; we make sure the water and pool shell is safely disposed of and that the ground is safe when we’re done.
Choose us for pool demolition in Sandy Springs.