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Did you recently purchase a home that had a pool already installed in the backyard? Did you install a swimming pool yourself? Whatever your situation may be, if you’re thinking about removing your pool, JunkRaps – Stewart Manor, NY leading junk removal company – also specializes in pool removals using roll off containers. Their crew of professionals has the experience, tools, and equipment necessary to make sure your pool is properly removed and disposed of.
Reasons to Remove Your Swimming Pool
Sure, a swimming pool can certainly be an asset to your home. It’s a great space to cool off and have fun; however, a pool can also be a major liability. If they aren’t properly maintained, they’re old, or they’re in a yard with small children and animals, pools can be a major safety hazard. Plus, it takes up a lot of space in your yard; space that you could be using for something that you would enjoy more.
Reasons to Remove Your Pool
Not sure if removing your pool is the right way to go? Here’s a look at some reasons why getting rid of it might be the best option for you.
If you’ve decided that getting rid of your pool is the way to go, contact JunkRaps! Their crew can remove both above-ground and in-ground pools quickly, safely, and affordably. They’ll also make sure that all of the debris is removed and properly disposed of, using roll off containers. When JunkRaps in Nassau County removes your swimming pool, all that will be left is a big, open space for you to enjoy!
To learn more about JunkRaps in Nassau County pool removal services, give them a call today at 844-727-5865!
Stewart Manor is a village in the Town of Hempstead in Nassau County, on Long Island, in New York in the United States. The population was 1,896 at the 2010 census.
Stewart Manor had been called Sunrise Gardens between 1925 and 1927, after a real estate development in the area. Residents changed the name to Stewart Manor in 1927. The name reflects the community’s proximity to the Stewart Manor station on the Long Island Rail Road in the adjacent village, Garden City, which is named after Alexander Turney Stewart.
Stewart Manor incorporated as a village in 1927.Learn more about Stewart Manor.
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