Swimming pool removal will be a complicated process in most cases. Even a simple aboveground swimming pool has to be drained, torn down, loaded and pulled away. After that, you have to worry about repairing the ground where the pool was sitting so that it looks better. If there is a pool in the ground, the pool removal process may be more in-depth. Ground pools are usually filled in. It’s the easiest way to do things without inflicting a bunch of damage along the way. Now, if there is a fiberglass jacket in place, it will be removed before filling the hole. However, with concrete and other ponds, grouting is the solution for people who want to dispose of a pool that’s in the ground. You’ll want to talk to an experienced pool professional about your pool and what it needs, whether it’s removal or something else. A professional will be able to accurately assess the situation, provide valuable insight, and may also suggest a refurbishment instead. Pool renovations can allow you to give your pool the opportunity to pick out and enjoy a whole new space. You will likely have to pay for pool removal anyway, so why not spend the money on getting something instead? When pools are removed, this is what happens: An evaluation will be conducted to determine the scale and scale of the project, along with timelines. Crew arrives and begins preparing the area near the pool for removal in the in-ground pools. The filler may need little or no preparation. Pool sections are removed, piece by piece, unless it is cement or some other type of pool that can only be filled when it is placed in the ground, and you may also want to hire a landscaper to help you with restoring the look of your lawn after the pool is removed, but that’s for another day. For now, just know that removing a pool takes a lot of work and you may be better off once you upgrade to a new pool. After all, you’re spending money so shouldn’t you be getting some fun out of it?