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Build Process

You may have chosen our pool because of our customer service reputation or how our pools look. Now you will see why we shine above our competitors. It comes down to pride in what we do, the attention to detail and the artistry that goes into our work. The bottom line is if it doesn’t look great, we will do it again until it does. This approach develops crews who do it right the first time!

1. Layout
Prior to any work being done, we paint the shape of your pool on the ground as a guide for the excavators. You approve the pool’s outline and position prior to the scheduling of the dig.

2. Excavation
Our excavation crews are equipped with the newest trucks and equipment. This equipment, combined with our training and policies, results in crews that are able to leave your property free of damage, oil spills and any unprofessional mess.

3. Plumbing and Equipment
Your pool plumbing and equipment are the guts of your pool. Done correctly, a pool’s hydraulics will ensure years and years of trouble free enjoyment with minimal maintenance.


4. Electrical
Standard Features include a full –sized pool light. A time clock and control panel will be placed at the equipment for daily, effortless pool system control. Many optional lighting and spa control systems are available to meet your budget and needs.


5. Fiberglass Shell
Standard 25 year warranty included. Available in many colors.

6. Rock and Boulders
Like all the initial phases of construction, our masonry and rock work are built and engineered with long-term durability in mind. All of our Rock and Boulders are man made and look as real as the real thing without all the weight.


7. Decking
Tile deck, spray deck, pea gravel decks, pavers, colored concrete --- you dream and we can do it. The large horizontal covering we call a pool deck is the most visible part of your pool. A deck must be well built for durability, heat resistance and chip resistance. It must stay in place, withstanding the movement of the soils it is built on.


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