New Pool Installation
As the seasons change, you’ll probably find yourself ready to invest in a new pool for the warmer months. New pool installations are a great way to kick-start your Summer into high gear and get your friends and family excited for some cool-off time. With a new pool installation, you can have the luxury and convenience of a spa right in your home. New pool installations, however, require serious planning and budgeting in order to get the pool you’ve always desired and within a price that fits your finances.
Before a new pool installation can take place, it’s important to lay out the details of its installation. We take care of the technical and logistics when installing a new pool, but it’s also our responsibility to work with you, one on one, and determine what you’d like ahead of time. if you’re looking for an oval-shaped pool with a foundation, or an above-ground pool with a deck, we’ve got them all in store for you to choose from. Our pool contractors find it best to consult with you and scale the land first to ensure that your outdoor space (or indoor space) is adequate and safe for a new pool installation.
What comes next after planning is the installation process. New pool installation is quite simple, when prepared accordingly. Your land will have leveled and new gravel or building materials will have been set into the pool’s foundation, creating an outline. Foundation-building for pools is crucial to their sturdiness to avoid tilting, overflowing, and leaking. We then install the pool, based on whether it’s a below-ground or above-ground pool, as they both have varying installation methods. Your pool is then sealed using liners, sealants, or building materials. There is also a waiting period in between your pool’s final installation step and its first use, that should be taken into account.
Below-ground pools work well for backyards or indoor pool spaces that have excessive space to accommodate. Below-ground pools tend to look less bulky and flow into your backyard better, providing a nice transition between the patio and pool deck. Below-ground pools are recommended for clients that want their outdoor pool to be functional but also add a unique aesthetic to their landscape. Below-ground pools are more customizable in terms of shapes and are completed using brick, concrete, or pavers, to give them a secure and durable finish.
Above-ground pools prove to be the more cost-friendly alternative to below-ground pools. They can often times even be bigger than some below-ground pools, once measured in full diameter. Above-ground pools are made from different building materials than that of below-ground pools, so the benefits range regarding their longevity and use. Above-ground pools are made using pool liners, rather than solid building materials, which can be punctured or need more frequent maintenance than concrete or brick. New pool installations for above-ground pools will still require land leveling, so your pool isn’t prone to shifting.