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Pool set up course of, step-by-step

Below is a step-by-step guide for installing your pool from start to finish. When you meet with one of our designers for a free consultation and estimate, they can go through each stage in more detail.

draft

The pool designer then takes the information you provided and creates a drawing of the pool in the area you specified on your property.

Layout & excavation

This is the first step in building your Salt water pool. The plant and the excavation will be completed on the same day. The site manager and excavation team will meet with you to plan the pool layout. You start digging the pool after you approve the pool’s location and height. On this day, excess soil that cannot be sorted into the yard is removed.

You will simply be removing soil from the yard at this point. The site manager will also confirm the location of your filter systems and light junction boxes. If you have not yet completed your selection of facades and tiles, do so now to avoid delays in the construction process. This is the day your digging installment is due.

Steel reinforcement

This is where the support structure of your pool is built. Our injection molded shell gains structural strength through the steel setting. As soon as the steel is installed, the municipality is contacted for a construction inspection and a partial adhesive inspection.

Gunite

The shell of the pool is built at this point. For this part of the project we need your outside water supply. You may need to sit a few moments to approve bench placement and your steps. This is also when the Gunite installment is due.

installation

On this day, the sanitary and filter systems for the pool are installed and pressure tested. Your presence is not required for this step as the equipment and light connection boxes were installed during the layout and excavation. If an electrician and gas installer are needed, now is the time to go.

Coping and tiles

Now you will see that your salt water pool is ready. The cladding and tiling of your double wall and, if necessary, the Facestone are installed. You do not have to be present again for this phase.

electricity and gas

The electrical and gas lines must be connected after the pool filter system has been installed.

Decking

After checking the electrical and gas connections, the laying of the terrace can be planned.

If you hire your own decker, it is your decker’s job to ensure that the decking boards are not finished until all the necessary inspections have been carried out, such as: B. Gas and electricity trenches and bonds. It is also your concern that the decking boards installed do not exceed or affect any setbacks or township restrictions, and that the number of decking boards does not exceed the total amount of land cover. Backfilling trenches that could get in the way while laying the deck is the responsibility of the person carrying out the decking.

It is also important that the decking system, concrete, or paving stones have adequate expansion, with at least one Ethafoam expansion joint of at least 12 “x 4” between the deck and the pool surround and shell. If you don’t install this, you risk damaging your pool’s cover, tiles, and injection molded shell, which is not covered by the warranty.

fencing

After the patio is ready, the fence should be built around your saltwater pool. You cannot fill your pool until the permanent fence is in place due to local building laws. They are demanding that part of the fence be removed so that they can access the saltwater pool to plaster it.

Plastering

This is the right time to start planning your pool party. This is the final step in the saltwater pool Construction process. After plastering, we leave the pool to fill it with your water supply. DO NOT stop filling the pool with water during the filling phase. A stain or ring may appear on the surface of the pool plaster where the water has been turned off. After the water reaches the center of the tile, stop filling the pool and call the office to schedule commissioning. This is the moment to pay for the cast.

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