Pool Removal in Broken Arrow, OK

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1117 E 4th St, Tulsa OK 74120

Demolition Wrecking understands that when you hire a demolition company, you're putting a lot of trust in them. They are a family owned company you can trust, offering full demolition services, ranging from mobile home demo to commercial, multi-story projects.

1806 S 49th West Ave, Tulsa OK 74107

Ark Wrecking has built a reputation of doing quality work at honest and fair prices. For over 50 years, they have specialized in everything from interior gutting to complete building demolition and removal of debris.

5263 S. 65Th W. Ave, Tulsa OK 74107

The team at American Demolition & Site Services knows what it takes to successfully complete all kinds of jobs. They take great pride in serving Tulsa and Oklahoma City, providing concrete removal, demolition, trenching, grading, land clearing, and more.

12037 E Pine St, Tulsa OK 74116

Serving Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas, DT Demolition Technologies is highly experienced in all things demolition. Their team is highly innovative, consistently using the most up-to-date and efficient techniques and equipment.

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How much does pool removal cost?

On average, it costs between $6,000 and $15,000 to remove a pool, but your pool removal cost will depend on a number of things:

  • Size — The bigger the pool, the more it will cost to remove it.
  • Access — The easier it is to access the pool with equipment, the better the price will be.
  • Material type — vinyl-lines, gunite, fiberglass, above ground, etc.
  • City — Permitting requirements vary from place-to-place.
  • Removal type — Partial removal vs. full/complete removal

Keep Reading: Pool Removal Cost Comparison: Partial vs. Complete

Recently Requested Projects

Project: Inground Pool Removal
Location: Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Description:
Removal of inground pool and attached pipes and warming system. Medium size backyard with street access. Do not want any damage to trees in backyard.
Project: Remove a Concrete, Vinyl, or Gunite Pool
Location: Broken Arrow, OK 74014
Description:
Fill in with dirt
Project: Swimming Pool Demolition and Backfill
Location: Broken Arrow, OK 74014
Description:
POOL HAS POPPED UP SOME OUT OF THE GROUND IT HASNT BEEN USED IN QUITE SOMETIME. WHAT WOULD IT COST TO GET RID OF THE WALK WAY AROUND THE POOL AND DRILLING HOLES IN POOL
Project: Inground Pool Removal
Location: Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Description:
inground pool removal
Project: Remove a Concrete, Vinyl, or Gunite Pool
Location: Broken Arrow, OK 74012
Description:
Old liner pool need filled in
Project: Above Ground Pool Removal
Location: Broken Arrow, OK 74011
Description:
Looking for a quote on removing an above ground pool approx 12'x30' that I would like removed. Also would like a quote on removing a small deck, hot tub, and brick mailbox.
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