Pool Demolition Contractor Discusses Landscaping After Pool Removal

Annandale, VA, April 13, 2019 --(PR.com)-- A Maryland pool demolition contractor at Dirt Connections recently released a guide to landscaping after pool removal for homeowners. There are dozens of attractive landscaping options available to you after your pool removal.

Removing your pool can be a time, money, and stress saver. Pools can be expensive, with constant purchases of chemicals, equipment, repairs, and cleaning supplies taking a toll on your savings. They can also take up a great deal of time as you conduct maintenance checks, clean the pool, and balance chemical amounts. Finally, pools represent a safety concern for many families with small children or pets. This worry can make it difficult to sell your home, as many people may not want to deal with the extra work of keeping a pool safe, and can also affect the price of your homeowners' insurance policy. Many homeowners decide to save themselves from the time, money, and stress they would otherwise spend on their pool and have the feature removed.

If you choose to remove your pool, you open your backyard up to a number of new landscaping possibilities. Before beginning your new backyard design, ensure that the ground on which you'll be working is sturdy, leveled, and otherwise well prepared for the new installation. Then, you can begin adding in new features. You may want to add a patio or outdoor kitchen setup for parties and entertaining during the warm months. If you need extra storage space, a small shed can easily be constructed over the former pool area. For a more decorative touch, you can add a classic garden with favorite flowers, a gazebo, or trees. Each of these options is suitable for ground over a full or partial pool removal.

Speak to a pool demolition contractor at Dirt Connections for more information and to schedule your pool removal service. Dirt Connections has years of experience in helping Maryland homeowners create their ideal backyards. The company's services include full and partial pool removals, free fill dirt delivery, and free consultations to help you select the best service for your needs. 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.
Dirt Connections
Charles Moore
4104 Mason Ridge Drive, Annandale, Virginia, United States, 22003