Fiberglass Shell Pool Removal
After starting one pool removal in Denver, Colorado, the neighbors next door were curious as to what we were doing. Once they learned we were removing the pool and how we have streamlined the process, they signed up to have their pool removed as well.
Their pool was a fiberglass shell pool that the homeowner and his father had installed many years ago. The family had enjoyed the pool for many years but it had not been used recently. They had been unsure of what to with the pool and the backyard in general and it was perfect timing that we were working right next door.
As with all fiberglass shell pools, we removed the pool entirely and hauled it offsite. We broke up the concrete walk around the pool and used it as structural fill in the bottom. Clean, compactable fill material was brought in. We brought the area to grade and the homeowner is planning on sodding the area. The backyard doubled in size for usable space, their dog will love the extra room to run.
If you live in the greater Denver or Chicago areas please do not hesitate to give us a call about swimming pool removal or any of the other services that we offer. Also make sure to visit our experience page to see some of our previous pool removal work.
No one removes more pools than Mack Land.
Here is another fiberglass pool we removed, this time in Lakewood, CO. The homeowners had a large backyard, however it was dominated by the pool, concrete deck and some aging shrubs. They were not interested in using the pool – they were looking for more usable space.
As we typically do, we accessed the backyard through the side yard. For this project, we did need to take a few sections of the neighbor’s fence down for access. But this worked out well for the neighbor. While onsite, we removed a raised planter he wanted gone, removed a lean-to shed the previous owner had constructed that was of no use to the new owner ans removed a small stone pond.
We removed the fiberglass pool entirely and greatly reduced the size of the concrete deck. We also removed some of the overgrown shrubs to further open up the space. After filling and compacting the pool, we brought the area to rough grade. The homeowners wanted to take over from there.
No one removes more pools than Mack Land. So if you live in the greater Denver or Chicago area and are looking to have your pool removed please make sure to contact us. Also make sure to visit our experience page to see some of our previous pool removal work.
We recently had a client who was looking for a reputable Denver Metro pool removal company. They were quite thorough in their approach and did a lot of research. Here are some of the questions that they asked us along with our responses.
Do you have any examples of other Denver Metro area pool removal jobs?
We have been in the pool removal business for many years, have removed 100’s of pools and have many satisfied customers. Take a look at just a few of these here.
What methods do you use?
We have continually refined our processes in order to do the job as quickly and efficiently as possibly. Long gone are the days of the wrecking ball. We are able to minimize collateral damage by using new and improved low impact techniques. Our main tool to achieve this is the compact excavator. Additionally we are a complete turnkey solution company with licensed Landscape Architects, allowing us to not only manage your Denver Metro area pool removal but also to leave you with a beautifully landscaped backyard afterwards.
How environmentally conscious are you?
Where possible all the concrete associated with the pool removal is completely demolished and processed into 8” fracture concrete gravel similar to PGE and used as fill in the resultant hole. 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.
We also recycle all the pool heaters plus whatever other material is recyclable.
As you can see there is a lot to consider before choosing your Denver Metro area pool removal contractor. Get the facts, make an informed decision and be happy with the outcome.
Still not sure? Contact us for a free consultation.
Mack Land, LLC receives numerous calls about removing pools in Arvada, CO every year. This in-ground pool dominated the backyard at this house. Also, it had not been used in years and had fallen into disrepair.
The family was unsure if they were going to do, put the house up for rent or for sale. However, they knew the pool needed to be removed to make the house more appealing to a broader market. As the backyard and pool area was a tight space to maneuver in, our use of compact equipment really shone here. It is what makes our process of removing pools stand out from the rest.
This pool was a liner pool with a sand bottom. This is a common pool style we see in Colorado. We removed the concrete walk around the pool and old concrete stairs under the deck. The area was brought to rough grade, leaving the family with options on how they wanted to finish off the space.
We have been removing pools for many years and are experts in the field. If you live in the greater Chicago or Denver areas, please do not hesitate to contact us for a free consultation.