Looking for a simple, cost-effective way to have your unwanted in-ground swimming pool taken out?

Here at Remove A Pool DFW, our professional, all-inclusive Dallas-Fort Worth swimming pool removal services includes a partial pool removal option. This method of in-ground pool removal is designed to deliver a simple, durable solution to homeowners who are looking to have their old, neglected in-ground pools filled in.

Advantages of Partial Pool Demolition

When compared to full pool demolition, partial pool demolition involves less time, skilled labor, equipment, and disposal, making partial pool demolition more economical than having your entire pool removed.

And because partial pool removal involves breaking up only the top portion of the pool rather than demolishing the entire structure, our skilled, licensed pool removal experts can often complete partial pool removals in just a few days, minimizing any disruption the project has to you, your household, and your neighbors.

How Partial Pool Demolition Works

Just like with our full pool removal service, our partial pool demolition includes all the demolition permits, labor, materials, and equipment needed to complete your project on time, and on budget.

We’ll disconnect and cap off all the utility lines leading to your pool and siphon out any standing water. We’ll then punch multiple drainage holes in the bottom of your pool liner to protect against flooding on your property, and we’ll demolish the upper 18″-36″ of your pool structure and place all the rubble inside your pool.

We’ll then backfill the entire pool liner with clean sand, gravel, and topsoil, and level out the entire project site to create a safe, ready-to-use surface where you can expand your lawn, create a garden, or install a patio.

Contact Us

To learn more about partial pool demolition in Dallas-Fort Worth, contact us here at Remove A Pool DFW for your free, no-obligation project review and estimate today.


Top 5 Reasons to Remove a Pool

The reasons for pool removal vary, but these are some of top reasons. The most common reason is generally that the pool has reached its lifetime and is no longer in-use. Pools that sit unused have the potential to become liability concerns for several reasons, plus that space can be used for something more useful to the property owner.

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