Pool Demolition and Removal in Bath, IN

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Serving Bath, IN

Toschlog Excavating LLC offers demolition services of all types to Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky, and Illinois. Because of our comprehensive services, we are able to tear down structures and build them up again, including mobile home demolition, pool removal, and more.

206 S Flint St, Liberty IN 47353

Byrco, Inc. upholds the highest standards for customer service and workmanship in Liberty, IN and nearby towns. They specialize in start-to-finish excavation services, as well as demolition, site work, and utility work services.

Serving Bath, IN

Are you tired of maintaining that old swimming pool that only gets used a few months out of the year?  Call Ohio Dismantle! We offer affordable and professional swimming pool removal for homeowners that are ready to get their yard back. We work efficiently and guarantee your satisfaction.

Serving Bath, IN

Allgeier & Son Inc has been serving the greater Cincinnati area for 40 years and pride themselves on old school values. They have a wide range of equipment to assist even the most difficult demolition projects.

1650 Wayne Madison Rd, Trenton OH 45067

In Trenton, OH and nearby communities, Vickers Demolition, Inc. is the company to call. They’re experts in all things demolition and construction services, whether residential or commercial.

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Tips for Removing Pools

Partial demolition is not always legal, so don't assume it's an option for you. Even if a partial removal is legally allowed in your area, there are still some things you should consider:

  • The area where the pool used to be will no longer be considered buildable.
  • There is a higher chance of sinkage, swelling, and/or other drainage complications.
  • The value of your property is likely to go down, considering the area is not buildable and carries risks.
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