Tall Fescue grass seed – Certified, blended, top quality. Wheat straw -locally grown in well maintained weed free fields. Only the best. That’s how pool removal is done at Pools Removed. Below is grass germination at 9 days….in mid August!
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The contract for demolition / removal of your swimming pool will most likely specify some sort of allotments. It may be allotments for the number of truck loads of rubble exported. It may be allotments specified for the number of loads of fill material imported.
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A Sentimental Society
Over the years I’ve come to realize the decision to remove and fill in a swimming pool can be a very personal decision for many families. The children grew up with the swimming pool; it was the setting for many family celebrations. Often times the grandchildren have learned to swim in the same pool that their parents learned to swim in. The swimming pool isn’t just full of water – it’s also full of cherished memories.
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I think it’s safe to say that when the swimming pool was constructed nobody ever imagined the possibility that the swimming pool would ever be demolished and filled in. I’ve seen pools crammed into the smallest of backyards and I have thought “dang, someone really wanted a pool”. Often times I wonder “how did they get this pool in back here”, and I usually presume the pool was built prior to a house going in on the adjoining property.
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Getting the job done right the first time is paramount, and it all starts with one of the most critical processes—compaction.
Demolition of in-ground swimming pools involve backfilling the cavity with clean fill material, which is typically soil. When soil is broken free from the ground, air molecules enter the soil and cause the soil to fluff (expand) by as much as 30%.
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