Do you need your swimming pool removed? We are the Pool Removal Experts here in Michigan!
The cost associated with Michigan pool removal is determined by a few different factors. Residential swimming pool removal typically costs anywhere from $4000 to $11,000 depending on the type, location, size, and proximity of the pool.
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Another pricing factor to consider would be whether or not your city requires any special permits in order to do the job. Some cities have special requirements on the hauling of debris, what pool removal procedure can be used, and what type of sand can be used for back filling. Your demolition contractor will usually handle the permitting process.
What are the benefits of a pool removal?
- Pools can be hazardous for families with young children. By removing your pool, you are removing a significant danger from your property.
- Removing your pool will give you more yard space for outdoor activities and new construction.
- If you are looking to sell your home, removing your pool may expand the number of potential buyers and make it easier to sell.
- Looking to reduce time and money on swimming pool maintenance? A pool removal would be the easiest route to take.
- Pools that outlive their purpose: Many home owners had their swimming pool built when their families were young. Over time and circumstances their pools stopped being used. Even after this, most owners continue for years to pay for maintenance and repairs. This constant out-put of money, and the ever present worry about accidental drowning, coupled with the the fact that the pool isn’t used, brings many pool owners to the same conclusion…The swimming pool must go!
- Structural failure:
Structural failure is one of the leading reason pools are removed. Many pools are 30, 40 even 50 years old. After years of being subjected to conditions like warming and freezing the pool shell fails. However Not all failures are a result of age. Premature failure can happen as a result of sloppy workmanship or the use of sub-standard materials. Either way the results are the same; the pool no longer holds water.
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