This page was created to act as a step by step guide of your pool's construction. We hope to give you a clear idea of what to expect from our work. Building a pool is a significant investment and we deem it important to keep you informed on every aspect of our work. Also, a section of your property will be inaccessible for several weeks in which we will be doing our work. This makes it more necessary that well-detailed information is made available for you and your family. We hope to make the entire process as convenient and fast as possible.
Design, Engineering, and Permits
After all the necessary paperwork in the contract has been signed and permits obtained, we will proceed to kickstart the project.
This is when we finally get to complete on the on-site survey of your backyard. We will mark out the area to be occupied by your pool according to the dimensions of the design. And then the digging will commence.
Here's where the real action begins. We will get our excavation crew to dig out a hole exactly the length and breadth of the marked area. Its depth will also be according to the dimensions on the plan. We will dispose of all dug up dirt appropriately.
Steel bars will be installed horizontally and vertically to give structure to your swimming pool. The steel bars will be held together by tie wires. We will also make use of block spacers to keep the steel bars above the earth.
Plumbing and Rough Electrical Work
At this stage, we will install the plumbing lines for the skimmers, main drain, and return lines. Other necessary lines like the cleaner and jet lines will also be installed. We will ensure that the plumbing is done adequately for proper filtration and circulation of water. In a situation where electrical appliances are to be installed, electrical pipes will also be installed. We make use of quality PVC pipes to prevent wear and tear.
This is the stage where your pool's shell will be formed. We will pneumatically apply the gunite around the preinstalled steel bars. This is done with the aid of highly pressurized air. An inspector will be there to check the quality of the materials used and also verify the PSI.
Tiling and Coping
After the gunite work, we will move to tile and coping installation. There are several tile and coping materials available to suit your style. The tile will be installed in the interior of your pool to serve as its waterline while the coping will be installed around the edge of your pool. The duration of this process depends on the size and complexity of the task.
At this stage, the end of the project will be in sight. It is essential that the decking material you will be choosing compliments the overall design of your pool. The quality of your pool's decking will have a significant effect on its aesthetic value.
Pool Equipment Setup
We will install the pool equipment of your choosing. The installation will be done by our highly experienced electricians and plumbers to guarantee longevity.
Installation of Pool Screen Enclosure, Safety Alarms, and Fencing
To prevent the occurrence of various pool accidents, pool owners in Texas are required to install the appropriate safety features. A pool screen enclosure or fence may be used to serve as a barrier around your pool's perimeter. The gate of the fence must be equipped with a self-latching device. Finally, all doors and windows that give access to the pool area must also be equipped with a safety alarm.
After your pool passes a safety inspection, we will proceed to give your pool's surface an exquisite finish. While the most common finishing material is plaster, other options are also available. An interior finish will not only beautify your pool's structure, but it will also make it waterproof.
Start-Up and Orientation
First, we will fill up your pool with the required capacity of water. We will also turn on all pool equipment to ensure that they are fully operational. The next line of action will be to give your pool a total and final inspection. But before we leave, we will give you all the necessary information on how you can maintain your pool. We will always be one call away should you ever need any of our services in the future.