Poolmax provides a complete bid and designs for your acceptance. With a contract in hand, we will obtain all necessary engineering required for the job and submit for permits for approval. Once the building permit is obtained, the construction kicks off in high gear
Forming & Digging of the swimming pool. The very first thing the excavation crews do is clear the pool site and the grade the area for the swimming pool. This allows the crew to paint on the ground the final shape of your pool and at the same time the crew will stake the perimeter of the pool and add forms for the structure of the pool. The typical time needed to dig a pool depends on various factors. These factors include: access, soil conditions, and overall size and depth of the pool.
The steel phase is the addition of rebar formed in the ultimate shape of the pool. The steel is tied using a bailing wire in a grid pattern which provides extra reinforcement to extend the lifetime of the concrete
The equipment and lights will be installed, control panels will be hooked-up, all pumps, heaters and filters will be mounted to the equipment pad and plumbed.
Once the pool is dug and has been rebarred, its time for plumbing, electrical and gas lines. This is where all of the trenches will be dug for all the pipes and conduits necessary to operate your pool. This includes installation of the suction and return lines, water-feature lines, vacuum cleaner lines, fill lines, gas lines for swimming pool heater and future BBQ, firepits and the electrical service line.
Shotcrete is the application of the concrete to the pool surface, it makes the shell of your pool. This will also be one of the first times you will be required to be actively involved in the construction of your pool. For the next 7 to 10 days, you will be required to hose down the swimming pool shell two and three times a day with water to help cure the shotcrete.
When it comes to making your selection for the water tile, plaster, coping, deck, etc. Poolmax has several options to choose from
Plaster provides the waterproofing surface for your pool. Plaster comes in many different forms from Regular Plaster, Mini Pebble, Micro Pebble & All Tile. Typically, this can be done in a day. After the swimming pool has been plastered, now is the time to start filling your pool.
Once the bulk of the construction is complete, all excess and left over materials will be removed from the pool site and your backyard will be ready to be enjoyed and not looking like a disaster zone. The last thing left to do is to start up the pool. The start up process assures all equipment is operating