Top 10 Reasons to Remove Your Indoor Pool

There are many reasons why you may want to remove your indoor pool. While indoor pools requires less maintenance than an outdoor pool, are a lot easier to keep out leaves, insects, grass, and sand and easier to prevent algae growth there could come a time when you decide it’s got to go!

Your Indoor Pool must go!

  1. The pool is not adding value to your property and will turn off potential buyers
  2. There are houses for sale in your neighborhood with better indoor pools
  3. You have a better use for the room
  4. You see the pool as a safety hazard
  5. The pool is outdated or in disrepair
  6. You do not see the value in renovating the pool
  7. You would like to leave the house unattended for long periods of time
  8. The humidity or smell of chlorine is making you sick
  9. You’re not using the pool enough to justify upkeep and running cost
  10. You are conscientious of your environmental footprint
Remove your indoor pool

Mack Land, LLC works the Front Range and Denver Metro areas and have many years of experience in pool removals . If you want to Remove your indoor pool and are ready to find out more then please do not hesitate to give us a call or fill out our form. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about pool removals or any of the other services that we offer.

No one removes more pools than Mack Land.

6 Genius New Uses for an Old Pool in Denver

Before you rule out a home with an out-of-date pool, read these 6 Genius New Uses for an Old Pool.

Swimming pools have many virtues, especially during scorching summers. But they can easily become eyesores — not to mention money pits — especially if they leak or have other functional issues.

Instead of going through the costly (and sometimes unsuccessful) process of bringing an old swimming pool up to date, why not turn it into an entirely new, seriously cool feature that sets your home apart?

From a detached, lower-level studio space to a fully realized aquaponic farm, here are six smart ideas (some DIY projects and some that require a little professional help) to convert your old swimming pool into something useful, beautiful, or both!

While you might not be ready to go full-scale eco-farm, the project proves that an old pool site might be just the spot to pull off the herb-and-veggie garden of your dreams.

As you can see there are a huge number of ideas of how to use that newly reclaimed space after having had your pool removed. Not interested in these 6 Genius New Uses for an Old Pool? Contact us to find out more possible ideas.

Find the original article from Trulia here

Bringing Life Back to an Old Pool

Have you recently purchase a house with an old pool that hasn’t been opened in years?  Has the pool in your backyard seen better days?  Is your liner ripped or the plaster cracked? Are you wondering if there is a chance of Bringing Life Back to an Old Pool? Perhaps the time has come to remove it

Bringing Life Back to an Old Pool – First Steps

The first step with concrete or gunite pools is to drain the water to best assess the situation.  Depending on how long it has been sitting, you may need to clear out leaves and other debris as well.  With vinyl liner and fiberglass pools, there is some risk involved with draining the pool.  Fiberglass pools are lightweight and can move or float without the weight of the water holding it in place.  Vinyl liners can shrink and shift. 

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If you opt to not drain the pool completely and the water is questionably green, time and effort can bring it back to clear.  A process of removing all the organic debris, cleaning the sides and bottom, checking the water balance, shocking the pool and filtering the water can bring it back. 

Alternatively, you can fill the pool with new water.  We recommend using a water truck service.  You can fill the pool from your hose but that takes time and with well water, you may be filling the pool with water high in minerals or metals.

Repairs

Now you move on to the repairs.  Concrete or gunite pools can have stains, rough texture, or leaks.  All of these should be addressed and repaired prior to resurfacing.  The pool will need to be prepped for the new surface, this can be achieved through sand blasting or hydro blasting.  Then the pool surface finish material can be installed. 

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With vinyl liner pools, you may need to install a new liner. You may need new faceplates and gaskets as well.

So, as you can see there are many pros and cons as well as many decisions to be made about Bringing Life Back to an Old Pool. We have been involved in the Denver Pool Removal business for many years. Please contact us for the best advice.

Denver Pool Demolition Contractor

We are Denver’s premier swimming pool removal & demolition contractor. 

Put your mind at ease and Call Mack Land the Denver pool demolition contractor today!

Is your swimming pool stressing you out and draining your wallet?  A backyard pool can be a lot of fun, but it does not come without some liability issues that homeowners should be aware of. Safety devices and additional insurance coverage can help lessen the financial risk associated with having a pool in your backyard. If you have had your pool for some time or are about to purchase a home that has a pool and are concerned about all of these liability issues then you can always consider having your pool professionally removed and having the newly acquired real estate repurposed.

With our partners at Ground Solutions in Denver, we have become masters in the use of Rock slinger trucks and blower trucks to deliver structural pea gravel (aggregate) to fill limited access pools.

We provide cost effective pool removal solutions that reduce the impact to your property. 

Years of experience with many successful outcomes in the Denver metro area makes us your obvious choice.

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We provide a custom-tailored process to give you the backyard you have been dreaming about.  

Nobody removes more pools than Mack Land, the Denver pool demolition contractor specialists.

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