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Swimming pool installation can take a long time, so during the construction process, our construction team manage will help it run smoother. We can make sure to work around your schedule, yet also make sure to do it at the right time in the season, so you can use the complete project when you were planning to. Your backyard might be a bit of a mess while the pool builders are is your yard, but they’ll make sure to leave it as tidy as possible. It’ll be over in no time!
We do all or a combination spas, pools, or pool and spa combinations. Pool and spa combinations are perfect for families, so the kids can swim in the pool while adults enjoy themselves in a hot tub. You can also install zero-depth splash pads for younger kids. After you've chosen one of these options and went through the feasibility analysis and design, it'll be time for the installation process. To get you a further installation of how it works, read the following guide:
1) Layout + Excavation
The first day we start the construction process, this is what we'll be doing. The builders will measure the layout and then dig out the pool shell. If you are not installing an inground pool you obviously won't need the dig process. All the dirt will be removed from your yard.
2) Steel frame
Next the bones of the pool will be built with steel to reinforce and build a strong safe pool that will last a long time.
3) The Shell
Now the workers can finally create the shell out of whatever material you have chosen, carefully building out with precision and skill of professionals.
Before they can put the final "pretty" touches, they will install the necessary plumbing to fill the pool and filter, not to mention all the chemical treatment equipment might be necessary. The pipes can be carefully hidden for aesthetic purposes.
Now the coping, tile, stone and decorative aspects will be installed. Any walls, decor, rock formations or slides will be built now.
6) Electric and Gas
So your pool can run, we will connect these next. We'll make sure they are done by workers that are familiar with pool systems.
7) Decking & Fencing
Now that your pool is technical done, we know there are more aspects necessary to have a pool. If it's not inground you might consider decking for ease of using the pool. Fencing could also be necessary to keep out children and pets.
This is the last step before start up. We will plaster the insides to seal and finish it off.
9) Start up
To make sure everything is functioning properly, we will be there to start everything up and check to make sure it all works.
Now you can enjoy!