Pool Removal

Pool Removal

Are you thinking…

“Am I the only person to ever remove a swimming pool?”

Let me assure you you’re not. The fact is you’re in the company of thousands of pool owners who every year choose to remove their swimming pools. Why do they do it? Here are some common reasons. 

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Pools that outlive their purpose. 

Many home owners had their swimming pools installed when their families were young. Over time they stopped using these pools. Despite this, most pool owners continue to endure the cost and headache of having a pool but never using it.

In almost every pool owners experience  there comes a time when it becomes clear that they must do something about their unwanted swimming pool. Few options were available in the past. Pool owners could keep maintaining the pool, let it go derelict, or worse, move. Today, Pool It Out provides pool owners access to pool removal contractors who can provide commonsense solutions for their unwanted swimming pool.


  Is your pool turning off buyers?

Removing an existing swimming pool could help you sell your home. It definitely adds to the number of potential buyers (people who don’t want pools) and can reduce the amount of time a home is for sale. In any market, removing your pool could be a smart move. Before you put your home on the market, you might consider contacting a pool removal contractor and get e price to remove your pool. It could put money in your pocket!


  Reducing liability and increasing sleep.

Rental properties with swimming pools add a level of liability many property owners find undesirable. Drowning is the second leading cause of death among children under the age of 15. This  makes renting properties with swimming pools undesirable. From residential rentals to apartment complexes, property owners have discovered that removing a swimming pool not only lets them sleep better at night but also greatly reduces their costs.


  Structural failure

Structural failure is one of the most common reasons swimming pools are removed. After years of being subjected to conditions such as earthquakes and soil settlement, a pool shell can fail. However, not all failures are the fault of Mother Nature. Sloppy workmanship or the use of substandard materials can also cause premature failure. Either way, the results are the same, the pool no longer holds water.


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