How to remove an inground pool yourself
My husband and I removed our in-ground swimming pool ourselves & saved a lot of money. Ours was over 40 yrs old though you can't tell that by the pictures. We used a box cutter to remove the liner, then took a cutting torch to the metal frame and finally used a bobcat to fill in the pool. It took about 128 yards to fill our 16 x 32 ft pool. My husband jackhammered the concrete from around the pool and we used it to make raised bed gardens. When you flip the cement upside down and stack it it looks like flagstone. After the gardens were done, we filled them with good top soil and I planted away. It was a lot of work but, well worth the effort.I only miss the pool when it hits 90 degrees then I run through the sprinkler and the thought passes.