Swimming Pool Removal in {AlabamaLoc} – Dependable Demolition

Swimming Pool Removal in {AlabamaLoc}

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Swimming Pool Removal in {AlabamaLoc}

 

Swimming Pool Removal

Dependable Demolition – Call 855-713-6280 Toll Free – Building, Pool and Driveway Demolition ContractorsTime to remove your swimming pool in {AlabamaLoc}?

{Dependable Demolition will give you the reliable and comprehensive service at an affordable rate. 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.|Dependable Demolition specializes on cost effective concrete removal to save you time and money. With our experience, we can demolish and fill in any size in-ground or above-ground swimming pool.}

 

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How to Remove a Swimming Pool in {AlabamaLoc}

  1. First, Dependable Demolition researches the permits and stipulations of your area before we begin removing your swimming pool.
  2. Then we drain the swimming pool by drilling through the concrete, allowing the water to escape.
  3. Next, we remove the structure and fill in the open space.

Dependable Demolition – Call 855-713-6280 Toll Free – Building, Pool and Driveway Demolition ContractorsPartial Pool Removal in {AlabamaLoc}

A simple and less costly method of pool removal is the partial swimming pool removal. For this method, concrete is removed while the rest of the pool area is packed with gravel and soil.

Full Pool Removal in {AlabamaLoc}

We can also provide a full demolition and removal of your swimming pool. Instead of simply removing the top few feet of concrete, the entire structure is broken up and removed.

Disposal in {AlabamaLoc}

Excess concrete will be recycled and reused, saving you money and keeping concrete out of landfills. We guarantee a thorough job with minimum environmental impact for any budget.

How will the pool be removed in {AlabamaLoc}?

In both cases the following will need to be done:  The pool will need to be emptied, the affected area will need to have an underground locate to assure no utilities are in place, a permit will need to be in place for the demolition and in some markets a plumbing disconnect will be requires.  The decision to abandon vs. exhume is based on the comfort of the customer and the planned usage of the area after the demolition is completed. In all cases the home owner will be required to disclose the existence of a pool to potential buyers even though this is of public record.  If you have elected to use the effected property for expansion of your home or any use that requires the placement of footers you would probably want to consider the exhuming process, general usage usually lends more to an abandonment.  If you are building on this area it’s critical that you get your general contractor involved in this decision prior to your committing to a format of removal.

Abandonment

Between 95 and 98 % of all pool demolitions fall in this category.  The principle reason is cost.  This process involves the use of our skid loader and is completed after we arrive at a drained pool cavity although we do provide the draining of the pool at an à la carte pricing.  The skid loader opens one end of the pool and then uses some of the dirt that will be used as a backfill in the abandoned pool cavity to build a ramp into the pool.  At that point the skid loader begins punching holes in the bottom of the pool to allow future drainage.  Once the holes are in place then the cool deck area is pushed into the bottom of the abandoned cavity.  The skid loader then hammers and removes the top 2 to 3 feet of the pool and pushes that into the cavity.  At that point dirt is placed into the pool and we use a stepping process which is about 2 feet of dirt placed into the pool cavity and then compacted with the machine.  Eventually the entire pool cavity is filled and a small golf ball or belly effect is left to allow any additional settlement.  We traditionally leave the pool area in a back dragged fashion although many customers want us to provide a turnkey job up to and including fence replacement and sod or seeding of the disturbed area.

Exhume

This process requires the total removal of the cavity and we must accomplish this with a track loader or an excavator.  The entire pool is removed and hauled away and the entire cavity is filled with dirt.  This process generally runs about twice the cost of an abandonment given the need for both pieces of equipment, the loss of the concrete fill and it’s transportation to a recycling facility and the need for twice the dirt used in a basic abandonment.  Again we offer the à la carte work including the pool draining, permitting, fence replacement and sodding.

About Us

Dependable Demolition started in 1984 when a father and son answered a need for a responsible demolition and cleanup of discarded factory equipment. Now, over 25 years later, Dependable Demolition is still your family run business providing reliable and efficient demolition all over the nation while standing on the founding core values of the Arwood family.

What We Can Do

{Dependable Demolition offers inventive and trustworthy demolition services that recycles and disposes of a wide range of discarded materials. John D. Arwood, a certified DBE and American Indian, is dedicated to conservation. Dependable Demolition uses responsible and safe demolition practices in all their disposal methods.|Not just concrete, we recycle and reuse metal, wood, siding and much more. Removing doorknobs from doors, separating items before demolition, and donating to charities such as Builders Care, Dependable Demolition will go the distance for responsible demolition.}

Meet the Arwoods

Recycling has been a passion for John D. Arwood since he was a child. He first started recycling by gathering aluminum cans and coke bottles around the neighborhood on his bicycle.

{Before starting Dependable Demolition, his father, John C. Arwood, moved his family to Florida from the foothills of West Virginia in the early 1970’s and worked as a welder. The Arwood’s family motto “you don’t work, you don’t eat,” echoed in their business ethics as the Arwoods launched Dependable Demolition in 1984.|It was then that John C. Arwood and John D. Arwood, the father and son duo, began recycling retired cranes, tanks and rail systems.|Their enthusiasm and exceptional service allowed Dependable Demolition to grow and recycle a variety of materials. The Arwood’s passion for quality demolition services makes Dependable Demolition the business it is today.}

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