Dallas Pool Demolition

Frequently Asked Questions

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What cities do you operate in?

We work throughout the Dallas area and its adjacent cities. Specifically, we work in the following cities:

  • Addison
  • Balch Springs
  • Carrollton
  • Coppell
  • DeSoto
  • Duncanville
  • Farmers Branch
  • Flower Mound
  • Garland
  • Grand Prairie
  • Grapevine
  • Heath
  • Hebron
  • Hutchins
  • Lancaster
  • Mesquite
  • Murphy
  • Parker
  • Plano
  • Richardson
  • Rockwall
  • Rowlett
  • Southlake
  • Sunnyvale
  • Wylie

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Where is your company located?

Our offices and construction facilities are located in Garland (East of Dallas).

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Can you help me find a contractor in my city?

At this time, we do not have referrals for other contractors./p> Top

How much will it cost to have my pool removed?

Like most construction work, the cost of each project can vary quite a bit. There are a lot of factors involved in determining the price. A few of the more important factors are:

  • Size of the pool
  • Type of construction (concrete, fiberglass, above or below ground)
  • How much space there is for getting large equipment into the area where the pool is
  • Location of the pool, which affects things like:
    • local ordinances (such as alley access, permits)
    • proximity to concrete recycling plants and fill dirt providers
  • Amount of decking, plumbing, fencing, etc. that needs to be removed

Don't worry, we will figure all this out for you when we prepare a bid. Most pools cost between $8000 and $14,000 to remove. Smaller pools with easy access are sometimes below that range, while large pools with difficult access or other issues can sometimes be higher.

We'd happy to stop by and prepare a bid, as long as you are the current homeowner. Please use our Request a Quote form to send us the information we need.

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What forms of payment do you accept?

We accept payment in the form of cash or check.

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How long does the removal process take?

The process usually takes 2-4 days.

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Will I be able to build where the pool was?

Yes. Our process involves completely removing the pool, down to the last piece of pool debris. Then the area is filled and compacted in layers with clean native dirt. Our compaction process reduces the possibly of any future settling. Once the compaction process is complete the recaptured areas are covered with screened top soil, allowing homeowners to create a new backyard environment.

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I am thinking about purchasing a home that has a pool I don't want.

Most likely you need an idea of what the removal will cost so that you can include it in your plans for purchasing the home. Have a look at our FAQ topic on costs, which should help you get an idea of the range. We can only work with the current homeowners, so once you have purchased the home we'd be happy to come out and give you a quote.

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I have a question that is not mentioned here.

We'll be happy to answer any questions you have. Please visit our contact page or send us an email at info@dallaspooldemolition.com.