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!
The pool is not adding value to your property and will turn off potential buyers
There are houses for sale in your neighborhood with better indoor pools
You have a better use for the room
You see the pool as a safety hazard
The pool is outdated or in disrepair
You do not see the value in renovating the pool
You would like to leave the house unattended for long periods of time
The humidity or smell of chlorine is making you sick
You’re not using the pool enough to justify upkeep and running cost
You are conscientious of your environmental footprint
MackLand, 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.
We are Denver’s premier swimming pool removal & demolition contractor.
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Denver Pool Demolition
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.
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.
The Skate Pool Removal Contractor in the Denver Metro Area and Chicagoland
Pool Demolition and Removal Services
Are you and your backyard skatepark getting older? Not spending a lot of time skating and wishing you had more backyard to use? Here at MackLand, LLC, while we specialize in swimming pool removals and demolition, we also remove skate pools.
When our client purchased the home, the skate pool was in place. The previous owners purposely built the skate pool to skate in their own backyard. Our client used it a bit but wanted to get more out of his backyard. That is where MackLand, LLC came in. We broke up the concrete skate pool and retaining walls and leveled the area.
We also worked with the client on possible patio and backyard designs to provide more room for entertainment. Our client opted to take that stage on themselves.
If you are ready to find out more about removing your skate or swimming pool, please do not hesitate to give us a call or fill our our form. We are happy to answer any questions you may have about our services that we offer.
No one removes more skate pools and swimming pools than MackLand.
The process starts with two on staff landscape architects that work through all the various facets of your pool removal project such as: obtaining the permits, tree removals, irrigation conflicts, and can design build your future patio or landscape your entire back yard.
Our process goes above and beyond the typical village, city or county codes for pool removals. Most pool removal codes just require the bottom of the pool be perforated and the sides of the pool be removed 24” below grade, what we call a basic pool removal. MackLand, LLC has developed the low impact method to complete pool removals in a safe and timely minor while reducing impact to your property.
The one thing that is significant about our pool removal process is that we are processing all concrete associated with the pool into a structural fill material classified as PGE, 8” minus recycled fractured concrete gravel with fines. This material is often used for sub base under public roads. Because we process the concrete associated with the pool into fill material, also called our low impact method, it reduces heavy truck loads of concrete out and then heavy truck loads of fill back in reducing trauma to your property and public roads.
The right equipment and the right size equipment is extremely important. Mack prefers to use two rubber tracked backhoe excavators that have an operating weight of around 12,000 lbs to complete the pool demolition work. Using a backhoe is key to completing the project safely and quickly. A skid steer/Bobcat can easily get stuck in the deep end of the pool or get damaged while removing the pool side walls because the machine does not have the reach to keep a safe distance. Most under qualified contractors will use a skid steer and say they have done it before but they will be risking their safety, and may struggle and cause unnecessary damage to their machine. There are also a lot of other contractors, like excavation contractors, that will give you a great price but will come with a 26,000 lb machine with steel tracks and cause unnecessarily trauma to your property and not worry about it because it is not their job to restore your yard.
Having the right equipment and the having the right approach are key to the success of the project.
Settling is the most common question asked. To date MackLand, LLC has never had an issue with settling on a pool removal. Why? Because we fill in thin even layers and compact it evenly as we fill the pool in.
How long will it take?
Most in ground pool removals are completed in 3-7 days. Above ground pool removals are completed in one day.
Who gets the permits?
MackLand, LLC will obtain all permits and typically pay all permit fees as part of our services.
How do we get started?
MackLand, LLC will start the permit process with a signed contract and a copy of your plat of survey.
What is PGE?
PGE is a regional classification of coarse gravel. PGE is 6-8” minus recycled fractured concrete gravel with fines suitable for use as sub base for roads or for general structural fill. MackLand, LLC will process all concrete associated with the pool into PGE and use it as fill material.
What is better sod or seed?
Seed is by far the best way to go. Grass grown from seed will develop a more drought tolerant root system and blend into your existing lawn better. Also with sod it very possible to get grubs and other pests from the sod farm.
When do you need the project deposit?
MackLand, LLC prefers to pick up the deposit check in person after the permits are approved. Mack will deliver the permits and pick up the deposit check at that time. The remaining balance is due on completion.
If you are interested in finding out more about your pool removal options, please call us and we will be happy to discuss your project with you.