Swimming Pool Demolition in Spillertown, IL

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S&S Excavating

2122 E Salisbury Rd, Scheller IL 62883

S&S Excavating offers professional, safe and affordable swimming pool demolition and removal. Allow S&S to return your property to it's original condition. We remove any and all concrete, landscaping, fencing, and equipment surrounding the structure and fill the area with dirt and finally compaction. 

KD Crain & Sons Inc

13751 Prosperity Rd, Johnston City IL 62951

KD Crain & Sons Inc provides residential and commercial throughout the Marion, Illinois area with the best pool removal services available. We believe in doing things the right way the first time, not the second or third like some of our competition.

Rawson Excavating

141 Country Club Rd, Carbondale IL 62903

Rawson Excavating & Demolition is a small business specializing in demolition, earth-moving, and debris removal. Established in 2001, we have 20 years of experience providing efficient, high-quality pool removal services.

C & F Excavating

738 Bowlby Rd, De Soto IL 62924

Throughout the area, C & F Excavating is known for providing some of the highest quality services for the fairest prices. Our team is highly adaptable and able to accomplish whatever you throw at us, from pool removal to house demolition, and more.

S M Burkey Construction Co

172 Tommy Joe Dr, Murphysboro IL 62966

S M Burkey Construction Co offers extensive demolition services to the Carbondale, Illinois area. Our goal is to exceed expectations while providing high-quality services we are proud of, including pool removal.

Pool Removal Tips for Spillertown, IL

Tips for Removing Pools

A pool fill-in—or partial pool removal—does not involve removing the entire pool, thus saving you time and money.

Many homeowners choose this option as it is cheaper, faster, and does not take as long as a full removal. 

Pool fill-ins work as follows:

  • Drain the pool.

  • Punch holes into the bottom of the pool.

  • Demolish the top layer of the pool (18 in.-36 in.).

  • Place the rubble in the bottom of the pool.

  • Fill in the pool with additional dirt and topsoil.

  • Compact the soil.

Unless your city requires, a partial pool removal can be done without the oversight of an engineering technician. Be sure to confirm this with your contractor and/or local code enforcement entity.