Swimming Pool Removal Cleanup
Most demolition (outside explosive implosion) isn’t hard. After all, it is always easier to destroy something rather than building something. The main challenge of any demolition project is keeping a demolition worksite clean. This is true of swimming pool demolition too.
So, whether you are doing your own swimming pool removal or hiring a demolition contractor do it, you will be faced with keeping your work area clean and debris free. For this task you have two options: rent a dumpster or hire a hauling service.
The advantages of dumpster rental is that dumpsters rental is usually cheaper than hiring a hauling service (because you’re not paying for the extra labor). But dumpster rental is often riddled with red tape. For instance, in cities like Los Angeles, dumpster rental is controlled by a few companies. If you rent a dumpster for another company you may face fines or the confiscation of your bin.
Hauling services provide the labor and the truck to haul your construction debris away with. Hauling services do their jobs fairly quickly. Most can clean up a demolition worksite in a couple hours. Hauling services also speed up the pace of your demolition. The only real downside to using a hauling service is cost. Hauling services cost more than dumpster rental, but provide more upsides than dumpster rental when you take into account labor and time expanded.