You Shouldn’t Try to DIY Pool Removal or Pool Fill in
It’s important to know that so many things can go wrong when it comes to trying to do this job yourself. You don’t want to create a bigger mess than you already have on your hands – and that’s what will happen if pool removal or pool fill in isn’t done properly. Maybe not today, but in the near future.
If you have an above ground pool, you have a better chance of removing it yourself without a major disaster occurring. However, most homeowners just don’t want to fool with trying to deal with all of the water and demolition.
Keep in mind that you’ll be standing on the ground you create after the pool is demolished or filled in. It’s important that it has proper drainage and solidity so it’s safe for you and your family.
What Can You Expect to Pay for Pool Removal in San Jose?
There are many factors that go into the cost of pool removal in San Jose and any area. The size of the pool, the materials, your yard, and your plans for the space after the demolition all come into play. You can expect to pay anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000 for the job.
We offer free in-home estimates so you know the cost of the job upfront. We are fully transparent about what we charge and why – you shouldn’t trust someone who doesn’t give you an in-person estimate.
We’re happy to serve the city of San Jose, but we aren’t limited to just this area. We serve the entire Bay Area, so schedule your free estimate today.