1. Unlevel Yard
    Unlevel Yard
    We are able to install almost all of our pools on un-level ground by digging the soil from the low side to the high side, removing excess soil. We can build multi-level decks too. Our site inspection will enable us to provide you information to what fits, best bang for your dollar, easement restrictions (if any), ideas as too what might work best for you and ultimately an installation price that you are satisfied with. This pool sets into a hill in the back yard so we added a multi level deck. Other issues are clay and rock which complicates installation and only professionals should attempt.
  2. Determining Size of Pool, Shape and Square Footage of Deck
    Determining Size of Pool, Shape and Square Footage of Deck
    If you are in the City, take a look at your home's Plat. Review the Easement restrictions. Or go online and type in Pool Permits in the City Building Department website. We take care of that for you. However, the size of your yard, location of the electrical power to your home, septic and more may affect what your limits are in choosing the size or shape of your pool choice. A round Above Ground Pool is always cheaper than an Oval pool. The size of your deck is a consideration based on the size of your family, if you want chaise lounges, a table or your grill on it. Bigger is better!
  3. Pool Filtration Equipment
    Pool Filtration Equipment
    Our pool filtration equipment we generally install has a large sand filter, 1 1/2 hp pump/motor, plumbed with pvc pipe/Vinyl reinforced flex pipe with the joints glued (no cheap hoses with clamps). In addition, install an in-line auto chlorinator and place all the equipment on blocks or a pad. Our electrician "Bonds" the Pool Water to protect against shock. Also, we install a wide-mouth skimmer and under the skimmer and return we install shut-off valves. Shut off valves, shut the water off from the pool so you can remove pump motor basket without the water flooding while cleaning the basket. Also, shut down the pool for winter by shutting off water to equipment so you can drain the equipment and not use electricity during winter months.