Swimming Pool Demolition Tips
Summer is around the corner and Deconstruction Pro. is starting to see an uptick in swimming pool demolition requests. You wouldn’t think that pool removal and summer would go together, but we find that a lot of people look at their calendar, and then look at their pool, and then say, “Not again.” Summer is a great time to do any type of construction or demolition work, and many people choose to have their pools removed at the start of Summer so they don’t have to live through another round of maintenance costs.
But, while we strongly recommend leaving swimming pool demolition up to the professionals, there are a few things you can do to make your pool removal go a little more smoothly.
— Remove all pool accessories. Pool accessories are dangerous for both a demolition company and for your house. A water filter or pool tool can become a flying projectile that can harm workers or your house. So before your demolition company arrives take a bit of time to remove all the swimming pool accessories, including pool filters and hardware like ladders and diving boards.
— Drain your pool. As part of a partial swimming pool removal we will drill a set of holes in the bottom of your pool to allow for drainage, but draining your pool before a demolition company comes saves you time and money.
— Cover or remove sliding glass doors. This is something we can do, but if you want to save a bit of time, cover your sliding glass windows or remove them entirely and cover them with plywood.
These are some things you can do to make your swimming pool demolition go a bit more smoothly. And if you are considering swimming pool demolition, call Deconstruction Pro. We provide the best swimming pool demolition band pool removal services in Los Angeles.
Deconstruction Pro is a licensed, bonded, and insured demolition contractor in Los Angeles.