Swimming Pool Demolition in Paton, IA

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Jorgensen Solutions LLC

5412 NW 13th St, Polk City IA 50226

Jorgensen Solutions LLC is a small, experienced group of local demo pros who love tearing down structures. With virtually zero overhead fees, we are one of the most affordable demolition options in the greater Ankeny, IA area.

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Russ's Construction

1209 3rd Ave NW, Fort Dodge IA 50501

Russ's Construction employees a dedicated staff who excel at planning, executing, and accurately removing pools. We utilize the proper technology to efficiently remove above-ground and in-ground pools.

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Peterson Construction

1929 W 2nd St, Webster City IA 50595

Peterson Construction is a third generation construction company based in Webster City, Iowa. Founded in 1957, we provide customers throughout Central Iowa with comprehensive demolition, including mobile home demolition, pool removal, and more.

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Youngren Excavating Inc

947 170th St, Boone IA 50036

Youngren Excavating Inc proudly serves Boone, Iowa and surrounding communities, and we are committed to meeting their needs, both big and small. We specialize in all things excavating and demolition, including house demolition, pool removal, and more.

Pool Removal Tips for Paton, IA

Tips for Demolishing Swimming Pools

In most cases, a permit is required for removing your swimming pool. It depends on your local government, but chances are your contractor will need to acquire one. 

The cost of a permit may be anywhere from free to several hundred dollars, depending on your local municipality.

It's also important to note that many local governments have rules about how a pool must be removed. Some may have zoning ordinances or codes stating that a pool must be completely removed, not just filled in.

If partial pool demolition and removal is allowed, there may be specific protocols on how the pool must be filled in.