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Thread: Plano area help

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    Plano area help

    I just sold my house with a pool and put a bid in on a house that does not have a pool. Problem is the house did have a pool that has been covered up. Is this going to be a major issue if I decided to put in a pool? Investment company said the pool was chipped away and filled in. My relater seems to think that it will add major cost to building a new pool. Also on that note any recommendations for a good pool builder in the plano area.


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    Re: Plano area help

    It depends.

    What does chipped away and filled in mean? Is there still a burried gunite pool shell?

    What kind of pool was it?

    Do you have good access for a full backhoe?

    I'd get bids from excavation contractors directly.
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    Re: Plano area help

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    Re: Plano area help

    Ooohhf that sounds like it could get really spendy.
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