The big machinery needs space. Big, heavy, and loud machinery needs to be brought in order to dig the hole. If the access to the yard is easy, contractors will use large earthmovers which will shorten the time for excavation. However, if the entryway to the yard is tight, they might need to use smaller equipment like a bobcat although the process will take longer and cost more.
Waste Clean-up. After the hole is dug, a tremendous amount of soil, dirt, and debris will be littered all over your backyard. An excavation crew will haul it all away in a dump truck on the same day although in some cases, a portion of the soil will be left behind to keep soil available for filling in the hole, this will help in deck installation and leveling the pool.
Precautionary measures. The hole dug in your backyard will be bigger than your actual pool dimensions. The extra space around the pool will be used for the metal framework or the reinforcing metal which will provide as the concrete shell for the entire pool. Homeowners should be careful around the excavated area because it is vulnerable to crumbling and it is a deep hole. Always remember to keep children and pets at a distance and remind your contractors to place warning tapes around the excavation site.
Unexpected events like weather changes, hard rocks or, utility malfunction can delay the process or pool excavation Dallas. You can trust our team of experts in Pool builders Dallas to always keep you updated and finish the job on time.