Swimming Pool Demolition in Walnut, KS

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  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

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  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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Thomason Excavation

611 E 47 Hwy, Franklin KS 66735

Located in Franklin, Kansas and serving surrounding communities, Thomason Excavation offers a wide range of demolition and excavating services. Our team of experts has the experience and equipment needed to handle pool removal, mobile home demolition, and more.

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Cutler Services LLC

2433 Locust Rd, Fort Scott KS 66701

In Fort Scott and surrounding areas in Kansas, few excavating companies offer a more diverse array of services than Cutler Services. Their specialties include excavating, land clearing, and demolition, but they also offer basements, loaders, scrapers, trenching, grading, trucking, etc.

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Flyin' E Brush Clipping

16087 Udall Rd, Oswego KS 67356

Flyin' E Brush Clipping goes above and beyond for each and every client we take on. We offer a level of professionalism and commitment to the customer that few can match. We are highly trained to perform the work we ...

Pool Removal Tips for Walnut, KS

Tips for Demolishing Pools

A pool fill-in—or partial pool removal—does not involve removing the entire pool, thus saving you time and money. There are a number of advantages and disadvantages to this pool removal option, and it's best to know what to expect before making a decision.

Advantages to Partial Pool Removals

  • Most inexpensive pool removal method

  • Takes minimal amount of time (typically 2-5 days)

Disadvantages to Partial Pool Removals

  • Must be disclosed to future buyers of the property

  • Could affect the value of your home

  • If not performed properly, there is an increased risk of sinkage, swelling, etc.

  • The area of a filled-in pool is commonly considered non-buildable—no additions or dwellings can exist there.

To learn more about pool removal options, check out our helpful guide: Choose the Right Inground Pool Removal Method