Mid-City
Pool Demo

Why Get Rid of Your
Mid-City Pool?

There are many reasons people want to get rid of in-ground pools in Mid-City. Many older pools in the area have cracks and leak water over time. They also can be a hassle to maintain, especially when all of your equipment stops working, and the pool becomes more like a pond!

One of the first steps in the pool demolition process for Mid-City is obtaining a permit from the city. We will take care of this for you and ensure all necessary paperwork is completed and filed correctly. You don’t have to worry about dealing with the city at all!

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      OUR SAN DIEGO POOL DEMO CUSTOMERS

      "My swimming pool was empty for over 15 years. I pumped it out every time it rained, but it was a real pain. It was cracking and the tile was falling off. I thought about having it demolished a few times and actually got an estimate a few years ago. I was shocked to find it was more expensive to demo than it cost to install it. I ignored it for years until I started looking for new homeowners insurance. Surprise, surprise....thanks to Google Earth, the various insurance companies saw I had an empty pool and refused to insure me. I had no choice now and began to explore removal. Luckily, I came across Jake's Demolition. Jake came right out and gave me an estimate that was much more reasonable than the ones I had previously received. I pulled the trigger on the spot, and within a week, my pool was gone and I had insurance! Honestly, I can't say enough nice things about doing business with Jake. He's an excellent communicator and actually follows through with what he says. Jake and his crew worked quickly, efficiently and were respectful of my property. It was a pleasure doing business with Jake's Demolition! Jake goes the extra mile and my yard was left in much better shape than before they started! I only wish I had something else for Jake to demolish"

      - Susan in Spring Valley

      "Once I made up my mind to remove my pool I looked at several companies but kept coming back to Jakes Pool Removal. When I made the call I felt secure that I had made the right decision.  Jake came out the next day and explained step by step what was to occur. His team was considerate and hard working and Jake was in touch daily and always answered my calls. If any problems arose they were quickly handled.  I could not be more satisfied."

      - Debbie in Clairemont

        FAQs

        Q: Why would someone want to remove their pool?

        A: There are several reasons why someone may want to remove their pool, such as if they no longer use it, if it's in disrepair and costly to maintain, if they want to free up space in their yard, or if they want to install a new pool or other landscaping features.

        Q: How long does pool demolition take?

        A: The length of time it takes to demolish a pool can vary depending on the size of the pool, the type of pool, and the specific circumstances of the job. Most of the pools we demolish take around 4-5 days.

        Q: Will removing my pool affect my property value?

        A: The process for pool demolition typically involves draining the pool, removing the pool equipment, breaking up the concrete or other materials, hauling away the debris, and backfilling the area with soil. The exact process may vary depending on the type of pool and the specific circumstances of the job.

        Q: How much does pool demolition cost?

        A: The cost of pool demolition can vary depending on factors such as the size and type of pool, the location, and the specific circumstances of the pool and access to the pool. We are happy to come out and give you a free in person estimate!

        Q: What is the process for pool demolition?

        A: The process for pool demolition typically involves draining the pool, removing the pool equipment, breaking up the concrete or other materials, hauling away the debris, and backfilling the area with soil. The exact process may vary depending on the type of pool and the specific circumstances of the job.

        Q: Is pool demolition safe?

        A: Yes, pool demolition can be done safely when it's done by a licensed and insured pool demolition company that uses specialized equipment and techniques. They will also take precautions to minimize disruption to your property and ensure that the job is done safely and efficiently.

        FAQs

        Not finding the answer to your question. Give us a call today!

        Q: What is the process for pool demolition?

        A: The process for pool demolition typically involves draining the pool, removing the pool equipment, breaking up the concrete or other materials, hauling away the debris, and backfilling the area with soil. The exact process may vary depending on the type of pool and the specific circumstances of the job.

        Q: Why would someone want to remove their pool?

        A: There are several reasons why someone may want to remove their pool, such as if they no longer use it, if it's in disrepair and costly to maintain, if they want to free up space in their yard, or if they want to install a new pool or other landscaping features.

        Q: How long does pool demolition take?

        A: The length of time it takes to demolish a pool can vary depending on the size of the pool, the type of pool, and the specific circumstances of the job. Most of the pools we demolish take around 4-5 days.

        Q: Will removing my pool affect my property value?

        A: The process for pool demolition typically involves draining the pool, removing the pool equipment, breaking up the concrete or other materials, hauling away the debris, and backfilling the area with soil. The exact process may vary depending on the type of pool and the specific circumstances of the job.

        Q: How much does pool demolition cost?

        A: The cost of pool demolition can vary depending on factors such as the size and type of pool, the location, and the specific circumstances of the pool and access to the pool. We are happy to come out and give you a free in person estimate!

        Q: Is pool demolition safe?

        A: Yes, pool demolition can be done safely when it's done by a licensed and insured pool demolition company that uses specialized equipment and techniques. They will also take precautions to minimize disruption to your property and ensure that the job is done safely and efficiently.

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