The Design Process

Complete Pool Construction

The Pool Design Process

Having to serve Brevard County for over 2 decades, we have developed a reliable 12 week construction schedule to ensure that your pool is built with stringent standards in a timely fashion.

  1. Site Review
    Our construction superintendent will visit the job site to verify access and construction details
  2. Excavation & Steel
    The first material order is delivered and dig, form, and steel crew will follow. Steel placement takes approximately one week followed by an inspection.
  3. Concrete Shell Tank
    Concrete/gunite will be applied and you will see your pool begin to take shape. Ground water is pumped from the site to allow the construction of the pool tank.
  4. Tile/Color Selection
    You will select the tile, interior finish and deck color for your new custom pool
  5. Backfill and Plumb
    The pool is prepared for plumbing and plumbing is installed including piping for the circulation system.
  6. Tile
    Tile installation is scheduled prior to the deck formation. Waterline tile is installed.
  7. Decking/Pavers
    Your deck is formed and a termite pretreatment is applied. Inspection follows. The pouring of concrete or installation of pavers is scheduled.
  8. Acrylic Deck (if applicable)
    The texture of your deck is applied. The base coat of color is applied to seat the deck.
  9. Electrical
    A licensed electrician for the electrical installation of your pool is scheduled.
  10. Screen Enclosure/Child Fence (if applicable)
    Child fence and/or screen enclosures will be installed.
  11. Interior Finish / Equipment
    Our prep crew will prepare your pool for the interior finish.
  12. Acid Wash / Start Up
    After the pool has been plastered the pool will be acid washed to bring out its true color and we will begin filling it with water.  Over the next couple of days, your equipment will be started and chemicals will be added to the pool water.
  13. Pool School
    The construction coordinator will set up pool school with you and our service manager to explain operating procedures, chemical balancing, and general maintenance procedures.  Your pool is now ready for your enjoyment.
  14. Punch List
    If any deficiencies exist, please make a “punch list” itemizing them and we will address them in a timely manner.
  15. Final Inspection
    A final inspection is scheduled once the homeowner has met the alarm/barrier requirements established by the State of Florida.

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