27 Jan Understanding the Pool Demolition Process
Arnett Excavating Provides Information About Pool Demolition
While having a swimming pool can add beauty and value to your home, it can also have the opposite effect if it has fallen into disrepair. Furthermore, maintaining a pool can be time consuming and expensive. As such, you may find yourself considering the possibility of demolishing your pool. This is particularly true if you are planning to put your home on the market. According to real estate experts, there are many factors that will determine whether or not a pool adds or subtracts from the appraised value of your home. These include:
- The area where you live
- The size of your yard
- The condition of the pool
If you live near an elementary school, for example, excavating the pool might be a good idea because potential buyers are likely to have young children and will prefer to not have a pool. Similarly, if you have a small yard and your pool takes up a significant amount of its space, potential buyers will likely prefer having extra yard space instead of a pool. Finally, if your pool is in poor condition, potential buyers will view the pool as a money pit rather than an asset.
In short, pool demolition helps to increase yard space, eliminates the hazards and liabilities associated with owning a pool, decreases the amount of time spent maintaining the pool and generally makes it easier to sell a home that is being placed on the market. If you are in need of pool demolition for your home, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you!