A swimming pool is, no doubt, a great addition to any home. It’s a great way to liven up your living space and provide an area where you can get exercise or some much needed R-and-R. Also, pools provide a buffer for when times get too hot or too cold. If you’re decided on getting a pool, there are several things about swimming pool construction that you should take note of. Often, the first time you build a pool is the most difficult. There are a lot of things you may not know that a pool construction expert or contractor can help you out with.
Today, we’re going to walk you through our step-by-step process for Swimming Pool Construction Albury.
1. Initial Design And Project Proposal
Before the actual construction, our trained design technicians set up a meeting with our clients. In the meeting, our clients and technicians discuss the design possibilities and costs involved for the swimming pool project. Our technicians provide valuable experience that can help you find the best design at the best value for money.
2. Approvals And Permits
Constructing a pool requires special permits from your local area (a separate permit is required for supplementary structures like pool decks, cabanas, easements, etc.). We will give you a list of all the requirements needed for pool construction, so you can save time and effort.
3. Pool Layout
Once the permits and plans are approved, our staff will do a comprehensive evaluation of your proposed space and set up the necessary structures in order to begin construction.
4. Pool Construction
If your pool is underground, the construction process begins with excavation and steel reinforcement. This is done in order to lay the foundations for to ensure the pool area is secure. Once the foundation is in place, drains, skimmers, stubs, and pre-plumbing structures are built in. The structures are then covered with a durable layer of high quality concrete or gunite, which are then covered with tiles and grout.
5. Plumbing Installation
The pool plumbing is built in order to promote energy efficiency, proper circulation, and adequate filtration. Additional fixtures like pumps, gas lines, and electricals may also be added during this phase. It is important to note that all electrical equipment installed should be overseen by a licensed specialist in order to avoid all possible accidents.
Towards the completion of the construction, our staff will make sure all constriction materials are removed and taken down in order to make room for pool finishing.
7. Pool Finish
At this point, we’re ready to add the finishing touches to your swimming pool. You can choose from a variety of finishes and accessories to help accentuate the overall look of your pool area.
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Pool maintenance does not end with construction. Our in-house experts will walk you through how to maintain and care for your pool. While pool maintenance isn’t that tedious—you just have to take note of a few important steps—taking care of your swimming pool helps extend pool life and maintain cleanliness.
If you have any challenges or problems following construction, we’ll be glad to keep in touch. Our goal is to give all our clients the pool they enjoy. Looking to build a pool? Give us a call and we’ll be glad to walk you through the process.