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Question DetailsAsked on 10/19/2017

Suggest a firm to remove a pool cage

I wish to remove my pool cage

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Depending on materials and size, might take a Pool and Spa company which installs them new (which might give you a small credit for the materials if in good shape) or A Steel ERection company with a crane or boom truck to remove it - especially expensive to remove a glass one because the pool needs to be covered with a tarp in case any glass drops (so you don't get glass in the pool) and each panel needs to be taken out one piece at a time.


Demolition contractors (no Angies List Search the List category for that) can also do it - in some cases quite cheaply if an aluminum-framed screened cage - in some cases they can just run slings through the peak of the framing and put a slight pull on with a boom truck, undo the foundation bolts, and lift the entire thing up in one piece and swing it clear of the pool to remove the netting and disassemble and load into a truck to haul off for recycling. In that case, for a light-duty screened cage, taking into the account the metal recycling credit - uyou might get it for as little as $500-800.

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