Contracts are signed, financing complete. Awaiting construction documents/drawings to be approved by POA and they should be starting construction shortly after!
I want to thank all the contributors on this site for the wealth of great information. I feel like I know so much about pool care already and I don't even own a pool yet.
I do have one question though. Pool contractor is telling me it's cheaper (electricity wise) and better to run the filter pump nearly 24X7 on a low speed setting that will achieve the proper turnover (1-2 turnovers per day) than it is to run a shorter period on a high speed setting. I will get time to play with it once I have a pool, but was wondering what anyone else's experience is that has a variable speed pump.
The pool will have an automatic in-floor cleaning system that is run on a separate single speed pump, but that one will only run (recommended) 1 hour a day.