Littleton, CO – Concrete Pool removal
This Littleton, CO – Concrete Pool removal was completed last fall. After taking into consideration the construction of the pool, it’s location on the property and local rules and regulations work got under way.
Our client wanted more usable space and this all concrete pool took up the whole backyard.
Some cities or villages require that all concrete or materials associated with a pool removal are to be completely removed from the property others allow this material to be used as part of the structural fill. This Littleton, CO – Concrete Pool removal was an instance where we made use of the concrete material. This pool was an in ground all concrete construction. It had fallen into disrepair and the owner decided that it was time to reclaim the land that it occupied turning it into a lovely play area covered with fresh lawn.
One week prior to starting we received assistance in identifying and locating underground utilities.
We then sealed off all openings and provided dust control.
The existing pool water was then pumped out and discharged to the curb.
All pool utilities, both gas and electric were then safely disconnect and removed.
We saw cut the concrete patio to keep the section under the canopy in place. The pool bottom was completely broken up and the walls removed 3’ down from the top. The concrete deck was also broken up and all the concrete was used as structural fill. After back filling with clean fill material, we installed sod to give the client the yard they were looking for.
Why Choose Us?
No two pool removals are the same. We have many years of experience in this industry and there is no type of job that we have not come across before.
In addition we have many other services that we can offer other than just the removal of the pool.
Are you in the Denver or Chicago area? Make sure to contact us for a free estimate.
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