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In most parts of the country, there are specific times of the year where it’s better to start construction than other times. But in Southern California, moderate weather can be found year-round. This makes it possible to start the construction process at any time of the year. You might associate swimming in the pool with summer, but since there is no snow or ice that will stop contractors, breaking ground on a new pool can happen when you choose.
Once you decide on a company, you’ll discuss your dream yard design with the designer Poolmax provides 2D/3D renderings of the final look.
At that point, the pool contractor will pull permits so that construction can begin.
The team will then outline the shape and location of the pool, start digging and install all required steel, plumbing, and electrical. Then the concrete (or shotcrete, if you prefer) will be poured, followed up by the addition of any tiles, decking, and interior finishes. The team will then test all components of the pool, at which point it will be ready to swim once water is filled.
to find out more details about the process please refer to our pool building process guide below
Pool construction can take anywhere from 12 to 16 weeks. Certain factors affect the time it takes, including the style, size, depth, and shape of the pool you’re planning. Additionally, if there are water or sewer lines that need to be moved, that may lengthen the amount of time required for construction.
Another factor that goes into the construction process that often goes unnoticed is the paperwork. If your county or HOA requires permits or other permissions, it may take slightly longer to even begin the process.
Absolutely! Poolmax offers a 10 year warranty of any incidents should anything happen
As you plan your pool design, you’ll be asked about what features you want to add. After all, you’ll likely want a few extras for comfort, functionality, and aesthetics. Some of the most popular options include colorful pool lights, a soothing waterfall, and a few benches throughout the pool for relaxation.
Another popular addition is a Baja shelf/ledge, which is a shallow area at one end of the pool that can accommodate adults relaxing and sunbathing or kids playing with toys.
In most cases a pool and or spa may be built in any size yard
No, in some circumstances depending on where the house is located and which streets they are on, a pool cannot be built
While the primary elements of a swimming pool construction project are consistent from one plan to another, there are a great variety of options that can affect the costs and there are unlimited number of features that can be included
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