Art in the garden is a great investment. It is often underestimated the value and character art adds to the landscape. Gardens and art go together like peanut butter and jelly.
After a pool removal we often get asked to replace the pool as a focal point. If you are looking for low maintenance and low energy consumption, consider adding a sculpture piece. Garden artwork from a well know artist is a better investment than a swimming pool from our perspective. A great example of art that can give you something unique that no one else has are these wind sculptures by Lyman Whitaker. This is an example kinetic art (art that depends on motion for its effects) by a well know artist whose work will hold its value.
Let Mack Land, LLC help you find the signature piece for your landscape. Contact us to discuss your options.
Fiberglass Shell Pool Removal
After recently purchasing and moving in, our client in Aurora, Colorado contacted us about removing the failing pool that dominated her backyard.
This fiberglass shell pool had seen better days. With the freeze/thaw that winters in Colorado bring us and the close proximity of a mature pine tree and its roots, the pool had lifted and shifted. The previous owners had addressed the issue with Great Stuff foam.
The back yard was a very tight area to work in. That’s where our specialty with working with compact experiment really comes into play.
After removing the fiberglass shell entirely and disposing of it offsite, we broke up the surrounding concrete patio that covered the rest of the back yard.
We brought in clean compactable fill material and brought the back yard to grade. Our client opted to have us stop at this point. She wanted to get a feel for the backyard and determine what she wanted to do next. Lawn, extend the patio, planting beds? With the pool removed, her backyard looked as though it had doubled in size.
If you’re in the greater Denver or Chicago areas please contact us to discuss your pool removal options.
America’s #1 Source for Pool Removals
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.
Here is another pool removal Mack Land, LLC has completed in Centennial, Colorado. We met with these clients while they were in the process of purchasing the home. This pool had not been used in several years and was not a feature they wanted to keep.
This all concrete pool was squeezed into the side yard and surrounded by large trees keeping it in shade. With a narrow walkway around it and so close to the house, there was not a lot of room to maneuver around the pool or usable space. Our clients did not want the pool and the headaches that were sure to come with it and opted for a level area for the kids to enjoy.
We broke up the pool and pool deck in its entirety and left it onsite as structural fill. We them back filled with clean fill material and left them with a level area, pitching away from the house to use as they see fit.
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.
Looking for a more usable space for their residents, The Pines HOA in Centennial, CO contacted us about removing their pool. They had a fiberglass shell pool that had not be opened and used in over a year or so. The pool had become too expensive to maintain and it was time for it to go.
We removed the fiberglass shell pool and the concrete walk around it. We also removed the fence that was in place for pool safety but was not needed now. A wood deck at the other end of the space was also removed.
We brought the area to rough grade, giving them a blank slate to prepare for Phase 2 of their open space redesign. The residents now have a large open space to gather and enjoy.
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.