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Posted by bc on June 28th, 2000 11:07 AM
In reply to Has anyone had experience with getting rid of a swimming pool? m by Kris on June 27th, 2000 12:55 PM [Go to top of thread]

I'm with the others. Don't destroy the pool. Fix the drain so water will run down into the soil underneath and fill with dirt. You would have to haul truckloads of fill dirt anyway. Then in the next year or two or so or at school age when your daughter is old enough to swim and you then decide you want the pool, you can remove the dirt, repair the drain, and repair any damage to the pool surface. May help a little on resale too. Contact any contractor who has dirt moving equipment.

Or install a deck over the top with a gazebo in the middle. Then you can remove the deck if the pool is used later.

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