Before any major construction project can truly be underway, the first step must be implemented: excavation. If you want to have a pool built on your property or a room addition to your home, you will require the services of a Bay Area excavation company. To gain a clearer understanding of why this service is necessary for your project, use the following information as an excavation guide and overview.
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There are many who believe that when you remove a pool, your backyard will simply be left with unwanted and unappealing space. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. To illustrate, the following list represents some of the best ways to make use of your backyard after a pool removal project: Continue reading “5 Ideas for Your Backyard After Removing Your Pool”
Most people have a number of reasons why they might opt to have their pool removed. However, most commonly, a pool removal is needed when the pool surpasses its lifespan in terms of practicality and functionality. Homeowners even complain about how their pool has become a potential liability. All in all, the following are some of the other reasons why a pool removal might bring much relief and satisfaction: Continue reading “5 Reasons You’ll Be Happy After Removing Your Pool”
A Helpful Summary of Helical Anchors
There are a number of situations where standard solutions can not be applied to your foundation project. For example, the foundation may be exposed to moisture for an extended period of time. Also, the soil conditions may prevent the use of standard foundation systems. In such cases, deep foundation solutions such as helical anchors should be utilized. So what is a helical anchor and how will it help? Find out below: Continue reading “What is a Helical Anchor? When to Use and The Benefits.”
Are you considering removing your swimming pool? You’re not alone. Every year, many homeowners choose to get rid of their pools. Although there’s no one-size-fits-all reason for removing a pool, many factors can make your pool not worth keeping and maintaining. Continue reading “Top 10 Reasons to Remove Your Pool”
When you build your home, there is a lot of planning that goes on. Some of the installations you put in place may not stand the test of time. Others simply outlive their usefulness. If, for example, you installed a pool, a time may come where you no longer feel the need for it, in which case you will need to call in pool removal experts.
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Not all in-ground swimming pool are constructed the same.
Every year we remove a number of pools that are constructed with fiberglass or plastic liners.
The process for removing these types of pools is different than their concrete counterpart. Continue reading “Not All Pools Are Created Equal”
When we think about swimming pools the first thing that comes to mind is fun in the sun and kids having the time of their lives.
When we have a pool constructed in our backyard, we expect a lot of fun moments to be spent around it and we are rarely disappointed. The best time to have a pool in your backyard is the time when the kids are still growing because let’s face it, kids can spend the whole afternoon in the pool and still go back in the water at night if you let them. Continue reading “Life Timeline of a Backyard Swimming Pool”
What it costs to own a pool.
I was thinking the other day (dangerous as that is) that I’m not reminded of the cost of anything as much as I am my swimming pool. A month never goes by that I don’t receive bills that remind me that I own a swimming pool. There’s my PG&E bill, the pool maintenance bill, the water bill, and the pool repair bill—not to mention the numerous trips I take every month to the local pool supply store. And about the time I thought I was cured of swearing. Continue reading “The Price of Pool Ownership”
Are you on the diving board of the decision to remove your swimming pool?
Here are some facts that may help you take the plunge.
It’s estimated that homes with swimming pools consume as much as 30 percent to 50 percent more energy per year than homes without pools. There are factors that attribute some of the energy to other things, but there is no dispute about the fact that pools consume lots of energy. Continue reading “To Remove Your Pool or Not To Remove Your Pool”