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    And 1 more ~new central Texas pool build

    Hi.....love reading all the pool build threads.
    We recently started our build. We are also building a house at the same time. So far it's been fairly smooth. It's difficult not being able to be there all the time watching the progress. We're there daily but not the same as being able to look out the window

    On Thursday they did the gunite. Great excuse to go to the house several times a day seeing as we are watering it. I will post some progress pics as soon as I get them all organized and over to my photobucket account. And I'll update my siggy.

    Basics: freeform sport pool 3.6-5-4. 36' x 16'-22'. Jandy equipment. Robot cleaner (still shopping). Pebble sheen (leaning towards blue granite). Oklahoma flagstone coping (picking out stone and tile Monday). About 750 sq ft decking tied into 22x22 covered patio. 18" raised beam wall with 2 scuppers. 8 ft 18" raised spa.







    Xing fingers the pics show up

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    Re: And 1 more ~new central Texas pool build

    Congratulations! Looks like a great project. Make sure you have one of the recommended test kits to maintain that beauty and keep her water crystal clear.
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    Re: And 1 more ~new central Texas pool build

    Quote Originally Posted by amyv4 View Post
    Great excuse to go to the house several times a day seeing as we are watering it.
    That will keep you busy!

    Congrats on your pool and house. I can't even imagine having both of those projects at the same time.

    The design looks wonderful, can't wait to see more.
    18' to 29' wide by 37' long, 22K gal, Lagoon Free form, vinyl lined, in ground Pool with SWG, Hayward Cartridge 175 Filter, 3/4 HP Tri-Star, Gas fired 300 BTU heater

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    Re: And 1 more ~new central Texas pool build

    Looks great! I'm a huge fan of the raised beam being tied into a raised spa. Such a great feature.

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    Hi Amy!
    A new pool AND a new house! Double the exceitement!

    enjoy
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    Re: And 1 more ~new central Texas pool build

    FUN! I saw the design pics and they look great!

    Thanks for sharing!

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