Swimming Pool Removal in Montgomery, WV

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Bob's Dumptruck & Excavating Service

16 River Dr, Elkview WV 25071

At Bob's Dumptruck & Excavating Service, we specialize in providing residential and commercial site work of all shapes and sizes. We can tear down structures of all shapes and sizes, including mobile homes, houses, pools, concrete, and much more.

Echo Inc.

100 Kingbrook Est, Charleston WV 25312

Echo, Inc. is a family-owned and operated demolition company that services all of West Virginia and surrounding states. We can complete a wide range of residential and commercial demolition services, including pool removal. 

Jones Excavating of Charleston Inc

4039 Pennsylvania Ave, Charleston WV 25302

When you need excavation, demolition, and other construction services for your residential or commercial property, turn to the experienced team at Jones Excavating Of Charleston. We use the best equipment to handle house demolition, pool removal, and more.

Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors

95 Casdorph Rd, Charleston WV 25312

In the Charleston, West Virginia area, Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors is known for our attention to detail and customer service. We offer distinctive services that keep customers returning to us, including pool removal.

Hatfield Demolition

5300 Lisa Ct, Charleston WV 25313

For more than 16 years, Hatfield Excavating, Inc. has been serving Charleston, WV and nearby areas. They specialize in demolition and excavating, but they also perform flood cleanup, land clearing, stump removal, paving, drainage, hauling, and so much more.

Pool Removal Tips for Montgomery, WV

Tips for Demolishing Swimming Pools

How is an inground pool removed? All materials, like concrete, gunite, fiberglass, steel, and vinyl lining, are broken up using a pneumatic or hydraulic breaker and then placed in a dumpster. Once all rubble is removed from the pool, it's hauled off to be properly disposed of. The area where the pool used to be is then filled in and compacted. The backfill and compaction process can be done by your contractor alone or under the oversight of a state licensed Engineer. Keep reading about inground pool removal methods.