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Trusted Swimming Pool Demolition in Los Angeles at the right cost

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Full or Partial Demolition?
What works best for me

Full or Partial Demolition? What works best for me

According to the national average, removing a pool costs around $7,500. However, this changes depending on your local city laws and a few other factors such as pool size, accessibility and demolition type (partial demolition or full demolition). Have your measurements ready and give us a call to get an immediate quote!

Cost Factors

Select one to learn more

  • POOL SIZE
  • ACCESSABILITY
  • TYPE OF DEMOLITION

Pool Size:

Price will vary according to the size and design of the pool. Custom shapes, built-ins and other additional structures might increase costs.

A big pool filled with water.

Accessability:

Machinery needs space for maneuvering. If the entrance is less than 5 ft. wide, costs might increase considering that limited access delays job completion. Other obstacles like fencing and outdoor playsets can also affect pricing.

a bobcat machinery filling a pool with dirt

Type of demolition:

There are two different types of pool demolition: partial demolition or complete demolition. Partial demolition is meant for non-building purposes, therefore is cheaper than complete demolition.

a land demolished by a Bobcat Bulldozer

What Type of Demolition,
Full or Partial Demolition?

What is your next move?

Depending if you are looking to build a structure on top of the demo site or if you just want to do landscaping, there are two different methods: partial demolition and complete (or full) demolition.
  • Partial average
  • Complete average

Partial average national cost $7,500

DESCRIPTION: Also known as “pool fill-in” consists of removing the top portion of the pool by breaking it off and creating draining holes at the bottom to finally backfill it
PROS: Most affordable and fastest method.
CONS: Are only for Landscape use, building not permitted.
COST: $7,500 & up.
TIME: 2-3 days.

Complete average national cost $15,000

DESCRIPTION: Consists in demolishing 100% of the pool and hauling away the concrete. The land is compacted and leveled for new construction according to city requirements
PROS: You are allowed to build new structures on top.
CONS: Expensive and slower than partial demolition.
COST: $15,000 & up.
TIME: 5-6 days.

Partial average national cost $7,500

DESCRIPTION: Also known as “pool fill-in” consists in removing the top portion of the pool by breaking it off and creating draining holes at the bottom to finally backfill it.
 
PROS: Most affordable and fastest method.

CONS: Area will not be suitable for building structures after partial pool demolition.

COST: $7,500 & up

TIME: 2-3 days.

Complete average national cost $15,000

DESCRIPTION: Consists in demolishing 100% of the pool and hauling away the concrete. The land is compacted and leveled for new construction according to city requirements

PROS: You are allowed to build new structures on top.

CONS: Expensier and slower than partial demolition.

COST: $15,000 & up

TIME: 5-6 days.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Depending on the method chosen, it can take between 2 and 6 days. This timeframe does not include the permit process.

Unfortunately, we cannot do it without access.

Us! You do not have to worry about any paperwork.

Partial demolition: $0 to $500 / Complete demolition: +$1000

Permits can take anywhere between 2-4 weeks but in some cases its over the counter depending of the city.

 No, we don’t finance. If you need financing, please get in touch with us and we will gladly help you out.

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Once permits are issued, we’ll schedule the job sometime in the next week.

Depending on the method chosen, it can take between 2 and 6 days. This timeframe does not include the permit process.

Unfortunately, we cannot do it without access.

Us! You do not have to worry about any paperwork.

Partial demolition: $0 to $500 / Complete demolition: +$1000

Permits can take anywhere between 2-4 weeks but in some cases its over the counter depending of the city.
No, we don’t finance. If you need financing, please get in touch with us and we will gladly help you out.
All!Card, Check and Cash.
Once permits are issued, we’ll schedule the job sometime in the next week.

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