Swimming Pool Demolition and Removal


  • SWIMMING POOL DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR

  • SWIMMING POOL FILL-IN COMPANY

  • POOL REMOVAL

Cornerstone Construction and Land Developers, otherwise known as Affordable Demolition Service, have been in business since 1992 serving our community as the top swimming pool demolition and removal company. Our experience and reputation associated with being a swimming pool removal contractor has kept our family owned business strong for 31 years. You can rest assured we are licensed and Insured by checking with the Louisiana State Contractor Board.  In addition, you can check out our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

It's our goal to provide our customers with the highest industry standards in the field by continuing our education and staying up to date on local and parish rules. Secondly, is to have a knowledgeable staff in the office to answer all your technical questions and set up a free estimate. Thirdly, provide hours convenient for our customers, and finally be prompt for service. Thus, our Mission Statement:

"A Quality Job, in a Timely Fashion, At a Fair Price"

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The Process

The first step in a successful swimming pool demolition is meeting with the customer to get a clear and precise understanding of their needs and future goals.  The day before the demolition of the pool, the swimming pool is pumped using the existing pool pump or by renting a water pump. The following day we move in the equipment needed to demo the swimming pool and haul off the debris. It take approximately 4 days to return the area back to it's original state and provide drainage.

Swimming Pool Demolition

Swimming pool demolition is a much more costly demolition service.  This process requires the entire swimming pool, it's components, and adjacent sidewalks, to be removed off site and disposed of at a proper landfill.  This application is used when there are future plans to build on or near the pool's present location, or the homeowner does not want to disclose at selling that debris is buried in the yard.

Swimming Pool Fill-in

Swimming pool fill in is our most requested and affordable approach to swimming pool demolition and removal service. With this application the entire swimming pool and it's components are discarded in the pool to be used as fill material. The first step is to make a ramp to the bottom of the swimming pool to gain access to the swimming pool floors. From there we will break holes into the bottom of the pool's floor. Next, we breakdown the side walls of the pool approximately 1'5" from the top of the ground. This refuse is also left in the swimming pool as fill. The next step is to break out the adjacent sidewalk and place it's debris carefully in the bottom of the swimming pool.  The final stage is bringing in the soil in lifts to compact (no compaction test included) and grade the area for drainage and gravity fall.  Our experience has taught us how to place the fill material and dirt in such a way to prevent future sink holes. Sod is not included in this project.

Above Ground Swimming Pool Removal

Call today for a quote to have your existing above ground pool removed and disposed of.

 

For swimming pool demolition, pool removal, pool fill in, in-ground pool demo, above ground pool removal.

Monday – Thursday from 9am to 5pm and Off on Holidays

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(225) 667-1214

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We serve customers throughout Louisiana including:

  • Baton Rouge
  • Gonzales
  • Prairieville
  • St Amant
  • Satsuma
  • Pride
  • Denham Springs
  • Walker
  • Holden
  • Springfield
  • Independence
  • Robert
  • Roseland
  • St Benedict
  • Goodbee
  • Mandeville
  • Covington
  • Madisonville
  • Hammond
  • Ponchatoula
  • Wilmer
  • Husser
  • Fluker
  • Arcola
  • Kentwood
  • Folsom
  • Uneedus
  • Bedico
  • Abita Springs

1 Comment

  1. Fay DePaula on January 21, 2024 at 8:25 pm

    After filling in pool, can it be covered with concrete?

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