Remove A Pool To Homeowners: End of Summer is Time to Consider Removing their Pool

Remove A Pool, a company based in Annapolis, Maryland, wants to remind homeowners that it is now the last month of the summer season and that it’s time for them to consider the removal of a swimming pool that may be occupying space in their yards. Some homeowners may also want to consider having a pool removed to avoid the increasing pool maintenance costs.

Whatever the reason that homeowners may have in wanting to have a pool removed in their yard, the pool demolition service offered by Remove A Pool can offer a number of advantages that can boost the backyard’s appearance and functionality. These advantages include the fact that: homeowners are able to reclaim valuable space in the yard; it reduces any liability risks posed by swimming pools, particularly for homeowners with pets and children who can’t swim; homeowners can avoid paying the high costs of pool ownership; and it will make the home easier to sell and thus will increase its value.

S. Gordon, a representative for Remove A Pool, says, “It’s the last month of summer and it may be time to get rid of a pool in their yard to reclaim valuable space or for any reason. They need not worry because we are a fully licensed, insured and bonded demolition contractor that specializes in providing professional pool removal services all across Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, California, Pennsylvania, Nevada, Florida, Arizona, Texas and all other states in the US. We have the experience, skill and knowledge to complete all jobs whether big or small with the least hassle or disturbance of the surrounding environment.”

Their dedicated and highly trained crew can offer their expertise in various areas, including permits, grading, landscape clean-up, filling, and more. There are a number of factors that make them stand out from the crowd. These include the fact that they can handle all the details of the demolition task; they offer a 100 percent satisfaction guarantee; and they use state-of-the-art equipment to get the job completed in safe, smooth, and convenient manner.

They can provide pool demolition services for various kinds of swimming pools, such as vinyl lined pools, gunite pools, and fiberglass pools. During the pool removal process, they will remove all of the existing water inside of the pool professionally and safely. After the removal of the water, they will perform a comprehensive and expert demolition of the swimming pool. Next, they will get rid of all of the debris, after which they will fill in the space and if the client so desires, they can prepare the area for fresh grass.

It should be noted that their job is not just to get rid of the pool. Many times, pool installation companies change the elevations and grades. The deck elevations and retaining walls are sometimes built in such way that cause future water problems for the home. Remove A Pool has the knowledge and expertise to restore the appropriate water shed and prevent it from damaging the property.

It should be noted that there are many homeowners who have already used their services and there many examples of satisfied customers who have left highly positive feedback and reviews. One such example is a homeowner in Reston, Virginia. At first, they were intimidated by the idea of removing a swimming pool but pretty soon they were at ease after they saw how Remove A Pool was handling the job. They were impressed by the professionalism of the crew and their commitment to safety. Naturally, the client was excited to finally reclaim vital space in their backyard and they were pleasantly surprised that they now have a lot of space that they can use for new projects.

Those who are interested in pool demolition services in Maryland may want to check out the Remove A Pool website, or contact them on the phone or through email. They have over 25 years of experience in providing pool demolition services.


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

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