Ragin' Container Rentals, LLC is proud to serve Carencro, Acadiana, Baton Rouge, and surrounding areas. We work with both residential and commercial projects, including pool removal. We understand that managing and reducing costs is important, which is why we offer flexible services that are catered to your budget. Get in touch today for a free project quote.
Swimming Pool Demolition and Removal in Lafayette, LA
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Yancys Demolition LLC is licensed and insured to provide high-quality demolition services in Lafayette, LA to Vinton, LA, all the way to the Louisiana Texas state line. Independently owned and operated by Aquino Yancy, we are highly experienced in all the ...
Savoy's Excavation and Demolition LLC makes the demolition process simple, easy, and affordable. We specialize in demolishing and removing old pools, decks, homes, mobile homes, sheds, garages, interiors, and much more. We can even tear up old parking lots for our commercial customers!
At C and S Demolition LLC, we take the time and attention to make sure that your pool removal project goes smoothly from start to finish. We understand how unpredictable projects can be and we'll work with our customers through it all to ensure their project gets done on time and within budget.
Offering reliable, fairly-priced services to Opelousas, LA and nearby cities since 2010, Boudreaux’s Services doesn’t play games when it comes to their customers’ property. They perform pre-construction, demolition, excavating, hauling, earthwork, landscaping, etc.
Lynn Romero Trucking specializes in oil field transportation, waste disposal, and heavy-duty trucking, while also offering top of the line demolition services. We take pride in offering the exceptional services for our fellow New Iberia community members and work hard to ensure you receive the best result possible.
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Pool Removal Tips for Lafayette, LA
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.
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.