Pool Demolition and Removal in Pensacola, FL

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Welt Demolition

1316 E Morano, Pensacola FL 32503

Welt Demolition is a family owned company serving Pensacola, Florida and surrounding communities. Our goal is to tackle your biggest and smallest projects, including pool removal, house demolition, concrete removal, interior demolition, and more.

Cantonment Industrial

450 Neal Rd, Cantonment FL 32533

Cantonment Industrial is located in Cantonment, Florida and serves nearby communities. Our crew is experienced in all the work we do, including house demolition, barn demolition, pool removal, and more.

Pensacola Pools

8514 Pensacola Blvd., Pensacola FL 32534

Founded in 1976, Pensacola Pools has been assisting Northwest Florida and South Alabama in all their pool needs for 40 years. If you’re looking to demolish your pool, they have the heavy duty equipment needed to get it done safely, efficiently, and quickly.

Demolition Pros

2083 Downing Dr, Pensacola FL 32505

Demolition Pros will efficiently remove that old swimming pool so you can have your yard back. We have years of experience removing pools, backfilling, grading, and leveling. We specialize in demolition of swimming pools and excavation. Call today for a free price quote.

Maverick Demolition Inc

2355 Summit Blvd, Pensacola FL 32503

Maverick Constractors, Inc. is a site work contractor offering a wide range of excavation and demolition services. We specialize in clearing, grading, and soil stabilization, and also offer shed demolition, pool removal, and more.

Pool Removal Tips for Pensacola, FL

Pool Removal Tips

Generally speaking, there are 2 ways to get rid of your inground pool: partial removal or complete removal.

Partial Pool Demolition

A partial pool removal is commonly referred to as a 'pool fill in' because it involves breaking off the surface portion of the pool, throwing it in the bottom of the pool, and then backfilling with fill dirt, etc.

This is the fastest and most inexpensive option, but complications could arise, especially if you wish to build on the area or sell your home.

Complete Pool Demolition

A complete pool removal involves breaking up the entire pool, loading the debris into a dumpster or onto a trailer, hauling it away, and then filling and compacting the area with dirt, gravel, etc.

Although this is the more expensive and time-consuming method, it is the best choice for maintaining (or even increasing) your property value.

Learn more: Swimming Pool Removal 101