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Have you decided to remove that old swimming pool from your yard? Contact the professionals at Remove A Pool for solutions to all your swimming pool removal issues. Let the experts in Lucas, Texas help you upgrade your property at a price you can afford.

Why Should I Have My Pool Removed?

There are many reasons you may need to have your swimming pool removed, among them:

  • You are planning to sell your home and want to increase the number of interested buyers.
  • You want a new pool.
  • Your family has stopped using your pool and it will be too expensive to fix.
  • The cost of maintaining your swimming pool is simply not worth it anymore.
  • You want to try a new landscaping project or just want more usable yard space.
  • The safety hazards and liability of an old, damaged pool on your property is too great a financial risk.

What Happens When I Contact Remove A Pool?

When you choose Remove A Pool, you can expect complete attention to your needs. The first step is to request an estimate from us. We will assess your property and swimming pool and offer removal options, so that you can accurately decide which process and price are right for you. Remove A Pool not only removes your swimming pool, they remove your worries, too. If there are any permits needed for the solution you choose, we will get them. Choose the removal process you want, whether you prefer partial or full swimming pool removal. We will also see to the removal of all debris incurred during the process. All debris will be sent to a recycling center, reducing its impact on the environment. We will even plant fresh grass over the filled area if you want.

Contact Remove A Pool in Lucas, Texas today to learn more about how removing your swimming pool can benefit you.

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    Top 5 Reasons to Remove a Pool

    The reasons for pool removal vary, but these are some of top reasons. The most common reason is generally that the pool has reached its lifetime and is no longer in-use. Pools that sit unused have the potential to become liability concerns for several reasons, plus that space can be used for something more useful to the property owner.

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