Pool Removal in Whitewater, WI

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Pool Busters of Illinois

Pool Busters LLC - IL

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Serving Whitewater, WI

Pool Busters LLC is a small, owner-operated demolition provider specializing in the removal of inground swimming pools. Because it’s our specialty, you can rest assured the job will get done right! Pool Busters has all the necessary equipment and extensive industry knowledge to take the project from demo to final seeding & landscaping.

W5734 Ralph Rd, Fort Atkinson WI 53538

Established in 1986, Eagle Enterprise Excavating, Inc. has been serving Fort Atkinson, WI and nearby areas for more than 30 years. They specialize in demolition and excavating. This includes complete and partial swimming pool demolition. Contact us for details and a free pool removal estimate.

Serving Whitewater, WI

Augie’s Excavating Inc. is a full-service company located in Burlington, WI. They specialize in demolition, sewer/water/septic systems, soil testing, roadway work, basements, driveways, and all other excavating needs.

Serving Whitewater, WI

Pitzka Wrecking is the preferred building demolition contractor in Milwaukee and surrounding cities. They have become the contractor of choice for residential and commercial demolition, concrete removal, and swimming pool demo.

Serving Whitewater, WI

The goal at Geneva Earth Works is to help you design and build the home of your dreams. They have a wide range of experience in the excavation and demolition field. They build and demolish homes, pools, and so much more.

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How is an inground pool removed?

All materials, like concrete, gunite, fiberglass, steel, and vinyl lining, are broken up using a pneumatic or hydraulic breaker and then placed in a dumpster. Once all rubble is removed from the pool, it's hauled off to be properly disposed of. The area where the pool used to be is then filled in and compacted. The backfill and compaction process can be done by your contractor alone or under the oversight of a state licensed Engineer.

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