Spring may not be here yet, but the cold weather will be gone before you know it. As such, now is the perfect time to start planning your custom swimming pool.
Although some people prefer to put this off until the weather gets warmer, this is something we’d advise against. The reason for this is simple—that’s when everyone else will start planning their pools, too. Ultimately, this means the construction will take a lot longer, and there’s a decent chance your pool might not be ready before the season is over.
If you start planning now, you’ll likely be at the top of the construction list, so your pool will be finished sooner than later.
Swimming pool design
When you work with Wetworks Pool and Spa you’ll be working with a team of licensed professionals that will be with you from start to finish. During our first meeting, a designer will take a look at the construction space and they’ll also ask you a lot of questions. They’ll also what to know what you plan to use your pool for, since this will play a role in the design process. For example, if you want to swim laps, a kidney-shaped pool won’t be your best bet.
Once the size and shape of the pool have been decided upon, they’ll ask you if you’re interested in adding any special features (slide, waterfall, etc.) and if you have any landscaping that you’d like to incorporate.
After the first meeting, you’ll receive some design mock-ups, along with anticipated costs for construction, in a few short days.
Permits and the such
Once the design has been approved our team will start pulling permits. From there, we’ll plan a day to start construction. Construction is a multi-phase project, so we’ll be sure to help you understand what will happen in each phase in addition to how long each phase will take. During this time, we’ll excavate and start to form the pool structure. We’ll reinforce it with steel, as needed ad we’ll plan for where we’ll install the drains and skimmers.
The pool flooring will be added and at this point, you’ll be able to customize certain features like what type of tiles you’d like to have installed toward the top edge of the swimming pool wall. Once the cast is set, and the plumbing and electrical features are added (ie: the pumps, filter and heating mechanisms, should you want a heated pool), we’ll be just about done.
Experts you can trust
If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of adding a custom swimming pool to your home, we can help. Wetworks Pool and Spa has years of experience in helping local homeowners with all of their swimming pool design, construction and maintenance needs for years.
For more information on our company, the types of services we offer or to schedule a time to speak with a designer, call our office today to speak with a customer care representative.