If you’re looking into getting a pool, you know excavation work will be required. But, if you have no industry experience, you probably don’t know much of what to expect. Fortunately, the professionals at Tajiri Lumber of Honolulu, HI, are able to shed some light on the process of excavation work. As with any large home project, it’s a good idea to know exactly what you’re getting into before the work begins. Prior to the excavation work, the Tajiri Lumber team suggests you find out some key information.
3 Questions To Ask Before Pool Excavation Work
1. How Much Dirt Will Be Displaced?
An important aspect of excavation work is deciding what to do with all the dirt. An average sized pool will displace enough dirt to fill several tool sheds. Unless you have a very large yard, your best option is to have it hauled off.
2. How Will It Affect My Yard?
Talk to your contractor to see what areas of your yard they will be traversing. Heavy equipment and trucks will be used so you can expect these areas to take a bit of damage.
3. Is It Cheaper To Dig My Own Hole?
With big projects, it makes sense to look for ways to save money. Some people believe digging their own hole is an effective way. Doing so will save a few hundred dollars, or maybe even more. But you’ll have to dedicate the time and run the risk of making errors.
If you require any pool excavation work, contact the debris removal professionals at Tajiri Lumber. Visit them online to learn about their residential demolition services, or call them at (808) 841-2896 to schedule an appointment.