Robinson Landscape have recently made our name in the pool removal and demolition business. We have been really proud of the work we’ve done, and we wanted to bring our customers in for an in-depth view of what we do and “how it’s made”. The videography, voiceover, and editing was done by Ken Taylor, and we are really happy with the result. If you are interested in hiring us to remove your pool, please visit our pool demolition page for more information. We also offer referral credit, so if you have a friend feel free to send them our way and let us know!
View the transcript below the video for silent viewing.
Robinson Landscape has been in business since 2000. We are an owner-operated company, and we offer free consultations. We get all permits from the township and we set up and attend all inspections. Our electrician disconnects any pool-related electrical. The gas line for the pool’s heater is disconnected at the meter. We drain the pool and shatter the pool floor. The pool walls are broken down 3 feet below grade, and we break all concrete into 12″ pieces. We remove any visible rebar and break up the pool deck into 12″ pieces. [musical interlude] All broken concrete is placed into the pool. A filter fabric is then placed on top of the concrete. We fill the pool with clean fill and compact it every twelve inches. Topsoil is spread over top of the pool area. Any areas of the lawn impacted by our machines are repaired, and we lay seed and straw. References are available – don’t hesitate to ask.