Swimming Pool Removal in Wallkill, NY

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Carrig Demolition

62 Fairview Avenue, Poughkeepsie NY 12601

Proudly serving Poughkeepsie and surrounding New York communities, Carrig Demolition specializes in demolition services for residential and commercial customers, including pool removal.

Action Metal Co

602 Willow Grove Rd, Stony Point NY 10980

At Action Metal, Co., they only offer the most exceptional services at the most competitive rates. Serving Rockland, Orange, Westchester, and Bergen Counties, they specialize in demolition services of all shapes and sizes, and more.

Andrew J Depuy and Son's Excavating

115 Edgewood Dr S, Newburgh NY 12550

Andrew J Depuy and Son’s Excavating is a premier residential demolition contractor serving the greater Newburgh, NY area. We provide comprehensive pool removals, barn demolitions, mobile home tear-downs, and much more, all at an affordable rate. Contact our friendly staff ...

Scott Excavating Inc

147 Mallory Rd, Verbank NY 12585

Scott Excavating is located in Verbank, New York and has been providing top-of-the-line demolition and excavating services to the community since 1990. We know what it takes to get jobs done on time, safely, and within budget, including pool removal.

Local Boy's Junk Removal

925 US-6, Mahopac NY 10541

Licensed, insured, and bonded, Local Boy’s Junk Removal & Contracting is proud to serve the greater Mahopac, NY area as a locally owned and operated company. They offer a variety of services, including demolition, junk removal, and dumpster rental services!

Mallen Excavating

1 Hatfield Ln, Poughkeepsie NY 12603

Since 1974, Mallen Excavating has been serving Poughkeepsie, New York and the entire Hudson Valley area. We perform comprehensive demolition and excavating services for residential and commercial clients.

Based in Cresskill, New Jersey and serving the Paterson area, our company strives to create a stress-free environment for our clients from initial contact until the job is completed. We perform a variety of demolition services, including pool removal.

Liberta Bros Inc

607 Lake Rd, Pine Plains NY 12567

Liberta Bros. Inc. is your #1 local solution for all your demolition, construction, and waste removal needs. We are a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (NYS SDVOB #191915). For more than 45 years, we have been providing Hudson Valley with swimming pool demolition and much more.

Suburban Excavating

1632 Route 211, Otisville NY 10963

Suburban Excavating is a trusted resource for demolition services throughout the greater Middletown, NY area. We offer the most comprehensive services in the industry, like mobile home demolition, oil tank removal, pool removal, and more. 

Pool Removal Tips for Wallkill, NY

Tips for Swimming Pool Removal

Full inground pool removals come with the convenience of being able to do whatever you want with your land after your swimming pool has been removed. So If you would like to rebuild on the location of a former pool, a full pool removal is your best bet.

However, it's best to fully understand the advantages and disadvantages of this process.

Advantages of Full Pool Removal:

  • Less impact on home sale: If you ever intend to sell your home, a full pool removal will have less of an effect on your buyer's decision than a partial pool removal would. This is due to the fact that there are no limitations associated with building on the area where the pool once was. It's as if the pool was never there.
  • Less chance of backfill errors: A full pool removal means there are no chunks of concrete that need to be properly accounted for during the backfill and compaction process. Compacting just soil is simpler and less prone to the seepage that can occur from partial removals when the concrete hasn't been layered properly.

Disadvantages of Full Pool Removal:

  • Cost: The major downside of full pool removal is cost. This method involves more time and more disposal costs, so this is the most expensive option.