Annandale, VA, July 14, 2019 — A Baltimore fill dirt contractor at Dirt Connections recently released a blog discussing the benefits of a swimming pool removal this summer. While pools can be an entertaining summer feature, they often cost homeowners significant time and money.
Pools typically cost homeowners up to $5,000 per year, including regular maintenance and estimated repair and replacement costs. They can be a constant source of worry, particularly for families with small children and pets who don’t know how to swim. To account for this liability, expect your homeowners insurance to cost $50 more per year. In addition to the time and money spent on your pool, you’ll also sacrifice a large portion of your backyard to the pool, limiting your ability to host parties, play outdoor games, or otherwise enjoy your space. In time, many homeowners see their pool as a nuisance rather than an enjoyable backyard feature, ultimately leading to their decision to have the pool removed.
By removing your pool, you’ll no longer need to remove dead leaves, recalculate chemical balances, or change your pool pump schedule and utilities budget to account for the change in usage during the cooler fall months. Without the pool, you can install a patio, garden, gazebo, or other outdoor landscaping feature that helps you open up your yard to new possibilities. You’ll also remove a serious safety hazard from your home, allowing everyone to enjoy the space. Pool removals also save you money. While the initial process is an investment, it can save you thousands of dollars over time, allowing you to invest in something more fulfilling.
Speak to the Baltimore fill dirt contractors at Dirt Connections for more information about pool removals and to schedule a free consultation. The firm’s experienced contractors can complete full and partial pool removals and can advise on the best type to fit your budget and backyard plans. Dirt Connections can also assist with various home and commercial construction projects and deliver fill dirt for a range of landscaping uses. Dirt Connections can be contacted online at https://www.dirtconnections.com/ or by phone at 703-940-9949. The firm is headquartered at 11325 Random Hills Road, Suite 360-A211, Fairfax, VA 22030.
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