Pool Removal in San Diego
At Extreme Swimming Pools, our team makes pool removal easy. We are a family-owned business with over 30 years of experience, proud to provide efficient pool removal in San Diego and surrounding areas. Our ultimate goal is to make sure the job is done right, from securing the right permits to following proper city procedures.
4 Steps for Pool Removal in San Diego & North County
Strict standards must be followed for legally removing a pool in San Diego and surrounding cities like Encinitas, Rancho Santa Fe and Oceanside. Our team is very experienced in the process. Here’s how it goes.
We’ll schedule your free consultation. It’s a free consultation where our team will come to evaluate the pool and area.
Using that information, we’ll get the necessary city permits. These are required for legal pool removal.
Once the permits have gone through, and you have approved the quote and timeline, we get to work.
In-House Team Removing Pools in San Diego & North County
We’re sharing something most people don’t know: Many pool service companies in San Diego outsource a lot of work.
Here at Extreme Swimming Pools, almost all tasks are done in-house. When you hire us, the majority is handled by in-house team members. It’s how the owner, Anthony, was taught by his father, who began doing pool design in the 1970s.
Get a FREE Quote for Pool Removal
We customize the project to your specific needs. Once we know more about the pool that needs removing, we will provide a quote and estimated time frame for completion. If you’re ready to have pool removal taken care of efficiently, give us a call.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is involved in the pool removal process?
The pool removal process typically involves draining the pool, breaking up the concrete or other material that the pool is made of, and removing the debris. Depending on the method used for removal, the pool may also need to be backfilled and compacted.
Can I do the pool removal myself?
Technically, it is possible to do the pool removal yourself, but it is generally not recommended. Pool removal can be a complex and dangerous process, and it is typically best left to professionals who have experience with this type of work.
How long does pool removal take?
The length of time it takes to remove a pool can vary depending on a number of factors, including the size of the pool, the type of pool, and the method used for removal. Generally, pool removal can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks.
What are my options for filling in the pool?
There are a number of options for filling in a pool, including using clean fill dirt, using a combination of dirt and gravel, and using a mixture of concrete and dirt. The best option for you will depend on a number of factors, including the type of pool and the intended use of the space.
How much does pool removal cost?
The cost of pool removal can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the size and type of pool, the location of the pool, and the method used for removal. Generally, pool removal can cost anywhere from a few thousand dollars to tens of thousands of dollars.