Swimming Pool Demolition in Pleasanton, Dublin, and Livermore
The hottest home improvement project in Pleasanton is pool demolition. How can removing your pool increase your home value, or help you enjoy your home more? It’s simple. Many homeowners are discovering that maintaining a pool is too much hassle. It’s a safety risk, it needs constant maintenance, and it can increase insurance costs. Instead, get your pool demolished and use that space for a better backyard feature that you or the kids will use more often.
We Make Pool Removal Simple
To get a pool demolition, all you have to do is call us. We take care of every step of the process, including permits, disposal and grading. Our pool demolition process includes:
- We provide a full consultation to explain the process, costs, and timeline of your demolition
- We acquire pool removal permits and review all relevant local guidelines for the City of Plesanton
- We drain the pool, putting excess water into the sewers or a liquid truck is necessary
- We remove and dispose of the pool’s tile, concrete, or other materials
- We remove all electrical components, including breaker box
- We cap all sewer, electrical and water lines running to the pool
- We backfill the pool with clean fill dirt and two inches of topsoil
- We tamp and grade the ground, so it’s a level, steady foundation
We do all of the work, and you sit back and enjoy your new yard!
What’s A Partial Pool Demolition?
A professional pool demolition team can give you a full or partial pool removal. A partial pool removal will leave more pieces of your old pool in the ground, while still removing the sides. The pool is back-filled with gravel and dirt. You won’t be able to build on top of a partially removed pool. If you’re selling your home in the near future and want to add value to it, it’s probably best to opt for full removal.
Pleasanton Pool Removal Requirements
Two inspections are required for pool demolition in Pleasanton. The first one is after the holes are drilled in the pool floor before filling, and the second is after all work is completed. The City of Pleasanton also requires a plot plan for the demolition, but does allow structures to be built on partial demolitions, as long as a geotechnical engineer designs and verifies the backfill requirements.
Dublin Pool Removal Requirements
The City of Dublin requires that 65% of all waste generated from remodel and tenant improvement demolition projects is recycled, as well as 100% of all asphalt and concrete debris.
Livermore Pool Removal Requirements
The City of Livermore is unique in that it does not outright require a full pool removal in order to build over the space. However, they do require a the help of a licensed geotechnical engineer or civil engineer prepares a site specific report for removal and backfilling if you wish to build over the space with anything other than landscaping improvements.
Let Us Upgrade Your Landscaping
Not everyone likes pools, buyers included. If you might sell your home in the near future, a pool removal might make financial sense. Not only can you attract buyers who prefer not to maintain pools, but you can also make use of that space to add value to your home (or just for you to enjoy). Consider these options:
- Playgrounds: Young families love big backyards with slides or climbing frames. Plus, few mothers want to worry about a pool when they have an adventurous toddler.
- Outdoor entertaining: With your pool demolished, you could have a lot more seating in your yard, so you can entertain more people. Add a fire pit, and you have a rustic relaxation spot that all buyers would love.
- Food: Barbeques, stone ovens, rotisserie pits, smokers, the list of backyard cooking options goes on and on. Find out why outdoor cooking is exploding in popularity.
- Garden: Not only does a new garden add a peaceful ambiance to your backyard, retirees often desire large gardens, but don’t want to do the work to put them in. Adding a garden can increase your home’s appeal to seniors.
Our team can handle your full landscaping after pool removal, so don’t be afraid to ask for examples and references.
Pleasanton is Just the Beginning
We are also happy to handle your pool fill-in and demolition needs in:
- San Ramon
- And beyond
Call any time to learn more, or to schedule your on-site estimate.