Pool Removal in Boyle County

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Morrison Excavation & Land Improvement

1136 Elm Fork Road, Nicholasville KY 40356

Family owned and fully-Insured, Morrison Excavation & Land Improvement is a small business providing a wide range of services, including pool removal. Our team is prepared to meet nearly any site preparation challenge residential and commercial customers face.

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Mary's Demolition & Cleaning Service

210 Courchelle Dr, Nicholasville KY 40356

When you need demolition services that make your life easier, call Mary's Demolition & Cleaning Service. We can remove a wide variety of different commercial and residential structures from your property. Click the "Get a Quote" button to learn more!

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Go Big Blue Junk Removal

1000 John C Watts Dr, Nicholasville KY 40356

Go Big Blue Junk Removal is locally-owned and operated here in Nicholasville, KY. In addition to junk removal, our experienced and dynamic team can also perform demolition jobs of all sizes. From commercial building demolition to residential interior demolition, concrete ...

C&M Disposal & Recycling, Inc. offers comprehensive demolition services. We can remove pools, concrete, commercial structures, sheds, houses, garages, and more. We offer specialty services as well, including excavating.

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Burton Excavating Company Inc

1065 Logana Pike, Nicholasville KY 40356

Burton Excavating Company Inc offers superior demolition and excavating services to communities throughout Kentucky, including pool removal. We are highly experienced in our field and go above and beyond to meet our customers' needs.

Pool Removal Tips for Boyle County, KY

Pool Removal Tips

There are a number of methods when it comes to pool removals, and it's a good idea to answer some basic questions before settling on a particular method. Are you intended to sell your home in the near future? Do you want to landscape over it? Or do you just want it replaced with normal sod?

In most cases, the best option is to pay for a full removal.

With a full pool removal, it’s as if the pool was never there—the possibilities of what you can do in your new space are endless.

Keep reading: Should I Get Rid of My Pool?