Building a New Pool
When you have decided you want an inground pool installed in your backyard, you should get in touch with a highly skilled and qualified contractor who can guide you through making all of the key decisions. A pool is a big investment, and our team can help you get this project done right the first time.
One of the first decisions is what type of pool you should install. The three options that are available to you are fiberglass, gunite, and vinyl liner pools. We install all three, but which type is right for you is a matter of some serious consideration.
What is your backyard size? If you have limited space, then you don’t need the customizable size of a gunite pool, and the fiberglass option may work very well. If you have all the space on the island and want to make use of it, then perhaps the prefabricated sizes of fiberglass pools should not limit the extent of your vision. A concrete pool can be built to any size, shape, and depth. That said, fiberglass pools range from 16’ to 40’ - ample size for even an avid swimmer.
Another consideration is lifestyle. Will your pool be fulfilling your recreation, relaxation, or entertainment needs? Or do you want a balanced option that will enable all three? We have a variety of options to meet every need and desire of our clients. Let your imagination run wild and contact us for a FREE Pool Installation Consult.
Your pool has served you well over the years, and perhaps it’s time to give it a well-deserved makeover. Our team will guide you through every step of the process, including giving your pool a thorough multi-checkpoint audit and giving you a comprehensive breakdown of recommended improvements.
We can put in a new vinyl liner and inspect the rest of the pool for signs of deterioration while we’re at it. We can reshape the pool, add a hot tub, and much more. You may choose to have the deck redone and give a completely new look. And, of course, your pool may need technical maintenance, such as a new pump, filter, or sanitizer system. Whatever the extent of the job, rest assured that we’ve done it before with consistent success and will do it right the first time, every time.
Some of the options that will affect the extent and cost of your renovation may include replacing a heater or a saltwater chlorinator, installing automated controls (which enable controlling the pool from a mobile device) or lighting, or even adding a spa.
Your patio may be a part of the renovation project. In this case, you should ask yourself if you want to expand your patio, how to organize your patio space, and which materials you would like to be used. When expanding and organizing patio space, optimization is often neglected. Just as a general rule, it is better to allocate one or two concentrated gathering spaces, such as space for a lounge area or a spa, than to spread it out around the pool edges where it is really not as needed.
As far as materials, your options run from basic concrete to natural stone. Keep in mind that the patio alone can comprise the lion’s share of your project’s budget. But whatever your dream and vision, we can help and guide you to ensure an optimal outcome that will accord with your budget, taste, and desires.
If you are considering pool remodeling, then chances are that your current pool is either a concrete or a vinyl liner type. In either case, you have an opportunity to not only greatly improve your backyard aquatic experience but to make a great financial decision, as well.
If you’ve read through our website, you may have noticed that we gently advocate for installing fiberglass pools. Why do we do that? We have your best interests in mind, and we look for every opportunity to save you money and to build you a pool that will last the longest possible time, be a marvel to look at and enjoy, and increase your home’s resale value. We look at it from every possible angle and will discuss all the possibilities with you.
You see, if you currently own a concrete pool and are looking to remodel it and potentially renovate your entire pool area, including the patio and the spa, then you should seriously consider installing a brand new fiberglass pool. We discuss the benefits of fiberglass pools on our main page but would like to point out again here that by choosing to keep your concrete pool you also choose high long-term maintenance costs and laborious upkeep.
Many concrete pool owners are so used to the constant need to brush the pool and call in the maintenance guy often to service it that they underestimate the possibility of significantly lowering the need for all the work around the pool and the high costs of repetitive acid washing, cleaning service, replastering and retiling, and expensive chemical and electricity usage. Many of our remodeling customers are shocked when we present them with a possibility of saving over $45,000 only on maintenance over the next two decades just by installing a brand new fiberglass pool. If you currently have a vinyl liner pool, the savings may easily amount to about $16,000 t0 $18,000.
That said, if you have a concrete pool that is perfectly and uniquely shaped to your backyard and serves your needs well, we will perform a complete remodeling according to your vision and inspiration.
Hot Tub Installation
If you’ve decided you want to have a full spa experience in your backyard and have a hot tub installed, you should know that you have three great options available to you.
If you don’t currently have a pool and want to install a pool with a spa, we invite you to check out the option of a fiberglass pool with a spa combined as a beautifully designed and fabricated unit. Fiberglass pool/spa combinations come in many shapes and sizes and are sure to please about 90% of customers. The spa can be elevated, have multiple ledges, and will usually include the relaxing and aesthetically pleasing spillover design.
If you must have a pool and spa custom-built to fit the size and shape where a fiberglass pool will not fit the bill, a concrete pool with a spa is a fully customizable option that we offer with a full warranty.
Finally, if you already own a pool and want a spa added to it, we can either install a fiberglass or a concrete spa according to your vision and specifications. We can add a spillover-type spa to any existing pool, whether it be fiberglass, concrete, or vinyl liner. Learn more about our spa building process by calling us at 808-400-8449
to schedule your FREE Spa Installation Consult.