Do It Right The First Time
It's a message that Mike Holmes drums home every day.
And so do we. Every day.
Filling in a pool isn't just about dumping dirt and top soil into an old pool. There are things you have to consider that aren't apparent.
Did you know that if you don't equalize the hydronic pressure between the outside of the pool wall and the inside before filling it in, the winter frost could heave your old pool and cause problems for years to come? Or that your town's building inspector will probably ask to see your skimmer and floor drain after it's been removed - so you should keep for a while after the demolition is done. There are many components of a pool that need to be removed such as: pool liner, pump, heater, sand filter, metal walls, concrete sidewalk, slides, diving boards and let's not forget the 540 wheelbarrows needed to back fill the pool to surface. It's knowing these little things that can make a project go smoother. Click here to see how far we'll go to make sure you never have a problem down the road.
Check out the testimonials from our customers. Most of our business comes from our customers and that should say something about the quality of our workmanship.
See A Pool Fill In Gone Wrong
This will cost thousands to repair.
...is to call us. We'll be glad to answer any questions to give you all the information you need to make an informed decision. And, if you're interested, we be glad to give you a no-obligation, free quote on your project.