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Swimming Pool Demolition and Removal in Eugene, OR
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Serving the Eugene, Oregon area, Statewide Contract Services offers comprehensive demolition services to residential and commercial customers. Our team is capable of completing projects of all shapes and sizes, including pool removal.
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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.