SERVICES

Our experienced crew will help you reclaim the space by demolishing the pool in a efficient way while ensuring there are no damages to your existing landscape. We do a thorough clean up and recycle most of the materials from the job. Our job does not end here - we stand by our work for the coming years. Give us a call today at 1-800-byebyepool.

Understand your needs
 

We start with discussing and understanding your needs, which we believe is key to the success of any project. We visit the location and do a thorough visual inspection and offer you a free estimate and also a plan of execution. We believe it’s only fair to give you a more accurate estimate than throw a random number at you. We also do the leg work to get a permit from the city when required. This would be the start of our journey together towards a common goal - “bye bye pool” and welcome to the newly reclaimed space!

  • Free site inspection and written quote.

  • Detailed contract with fixed prices.

  • Handle city permits and inspections.

Prep work
 

Here we come with our professional and courteous crew members and start preparation for the work. We identity the best approach to the pool that requires minimum to no damage to the property. To further minimize the damage, we use plywood sheets etc. The crew also ensures that our work does not be the cause for any inconvenience to you neighbors

  • Plywood sheets..

  • Ensure minimum to no damage to the property

  • Happy neighbors.

Full pool demolition
 

If you choose to go for a full demolition of the pool.

  • The backhoe is moved back up the ramp, and the new dirt fill is laid in up to the grade level.

  • Rubble layer is covered with a geotextile filter fabric.

  • The material is then compacted to meet your building or land use plans - and the requirements of your city or county.

  • Removal from site of all pool equipment: metal, wood and plastic

  • Pool pumped out

Partial pool demolition
 

If you choose to go for a partial demolition of the pool.

  • All concrete broken to 6" or smaller pieces and placed in pool hole if allowed, or hauled away if required. to promote drainage and prevent future ground settling

  • Rubble layer is covered with a geotextile filter fabric.

  • Inspection by local building department

  • Removal from site of all pool equipment: metal, wood and plastic

  • Pool pumped out

Back Fill
 

If you choose to go for a partial demolition of the pool. When the backfill material has been leveled to 36 inches below grade, we can begin the new fill and compaction process. All of the concrete and coping is broken into chunks of 12 inches or less to promote drainage and prevent future ground settling.Now, the material can be leveled to prepare for fill and compaction. Additionally, if requested as part of the backfill process, we can add filter fabric to separate the new dirt fill from the demolition rubble.

  • The backhoe is moved back up the ramp, and the new dirt fill is laid in up to the grade level.

  • Rubble layer is covered with a geotextile filter fabric.

  • The material is then compacted to meet your building or land use plans - and the requirements of your city or county. t

  • Removal from site of all pool equipment: metal, wood and plastic

  • Pool pumped out

Compact & Grading
 

Once compaction is completed, the final surface is graded and leveled to meet the homeowner's requirement.

  • The backhoe is moved back up the ramp, and the new dirt fill is laid in up to the grade level.

  • Rubble layer is covered with a geotextile filter fabric.

  • The material is then compacted to meet your building or land use plans - and the requirements of your city or county. t

  • Removal from site of all pool equipment: metal, wood and plastic

  • Pool pumped out

Hardscaping / Interlocking Pavers
 

We take care of all your hardscaping needs. Whether it’s residential or commercial,

we can provide an exceptional service.

Our custom hardscape designs includes

  • Patios

  • Driveways, Side walks

  • Firepits

Clean Up
 

Equipment is removed, any access fencing is replaced, and the site is policed.

  • The backhoe is moved back up the ramp, and the new dirt fill is laid in up to the grade level.

  • Rubble layer is covered with a geotextile filter fabric.

  • The material is then compacted to meet your building or land use plans - and the requirements of your city or county. t

  • Removal from site of all pool equipment: metal, wood and plastic

  • Pool pumped out