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How do you remove a pool?


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2015-07-15 18:59:14
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Pool Removal WebsiteHere is a website that documents one person's experience removing a concrete inground swimming pool. There are lots of pictures and other interesting information on the project.

There are couple of ways to remove a pool - complete removal or partial removal. Most people go with partially removing the pool to cut down on the expense. has some detailed articles on the process. . This site also gives you an idea of pool removal cost.

Good luck with your project!


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