Swimming Pool Removal

Are you looking to remove an existing swimming pool? The unfortunate truth is that swimming pool removal can be a daunting task for many New Jersey homeowners. Perhaps you’re facing an empty nest after the kids have gone off to college, or maybe you simply don’t require a swimming pool anymore and prefer to use the space more productively. Whatever the case, you need your in-ground pool removed by a professional. That’s where National Pools & Spas steps in. Not only are we a trusted swimming pool and hot tub provider, but we also remove pools when the need arises.

How it Works

First, we’ll come out to your property for a free consultation to conduct an inspection and create a plan. We will then schedule a time for the demolition and create a timeline together. Usually, pool removal projects take about five business days to complete.
In addition to removal of the actual pool, we take great care to protect your surrounding landscape so that no damage occurs to other structures or vegetation. We have a variety of equipment that can navigate even the smallest of yards. No yard is too tight or inaccessible for us!

Why Remove a Pool?

This is done not only for convenience, but also for safety. Abandoned pools can pose a safety risk to children and animals if not addressed properly. As such, we offer full-service excavating and demolition, specializing in removing in-ground swimming pools so you can gain much-needed space in your backyard. If you’re in need of a backyard transformation, call the experts at National Pools & Spas to help you reclaim your space so you can make better use out of it.  Imagine what you can do with the space: install a fire pit, outdoor kitchen, spacious patio, and build a garden, among many other fabulous ideas.

Our Timeline

Here’s a look at a typical swimming pool removal timeline after your free consultation. We will:

• Apply for all excavation permits with your town
• Choose a start date that is mutually convenient
• Ensure all utilities are disconnected (gas, electric, and water)
• Pump out existing water
• Remove fences
• Place protective mats along the access path
• Remove all patio and pool structures
• Haul all materials to the dump
• Facilitate city inspections
• Fill in the hole with clean backfill material
• Top it all off with soil, seed, or any desired landscaping features
• Re-install fences
• Clean up the entire space
• Oversee final inspection by city

Weather does impact our ability to perform swimming pool removal, so call us today to find out about scheduling and other details. Contact National Pools & Spas at one of our two locations to learn more about our swimming pool removal services in your community.