Has your once-loved swimming pool become an eyesore? Is it taking up valuable yard space that you would rather use for a garden or play area?
Don't keep putting up with the continued costs of an expensive pool. We are licensed and insured Milpitas, CA, pool removal specialists that can excavate and remove your old, unwanted pool.
Removing a pool is hard work. Pools in Northern California have reinforced concrete designed to withstand earthquakes, and it takes heavy machinery to dig in and remove the pool. Always use an experienced Milpitas, California pool demolition contractor to take care of your old pool. This isn't a do-it-yourself project. In fact, many sub-par pool removal contractors quickly get in over their heads, especially with large pools that have thick concrete patches. When choosing a contractor, make sure you pick a true professional who explains the entire pool demolition process during the consultation and answers all of your questions. If your contractor cannot answer you, then this is not someone you want to use.
As professional Milpitas pool fill in contractors, we believe that the first step to doing Northern California pool excavations the right way begins even before the removal. We take steps to ensure that all our work meets local rules and regulations. During and after the pool excavation we safely dispose of all pool material, and we properly fill in the soil over the old pool using only the materials recommended by the soil engineer. By doing the job right the first time, we can provide you with peace of mind as well as a new backyard.
Any Milpitas, CA pool demolition specialist needs to be up-to-date on all aspects of pool removal according to California law. Failure to abide by these laws means that you won't have the necessary documentation proving that you safely removed the pool, which will come back to haunt you if you try to sell your house. The exact rules and regulations vary by city and county, but the following items are true for Northern California.
Most jurisdictions require a demolition permit for the pool. Your contractor should see to this and notify you how much the permit costs. Many areas also have laws against draining the pool into any sewer that leads to a stream. Again, your contractor should take care to comply with this law. Finally, many cities want a soil engineer to come out and inspect the area. If a contractor tries to talk you out of using a soil engineer, find a different contractor.