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    New Build in NE Houston area

    Hello All.
    This will be our first pool, we've also been lurking a while . We have spoken with a couple of PBs and I think we are close to picking one. The PB we are leaning towards to starts with a video plan , and says once we have agreed on the plan, then she sends the formal plans and specs it out .
    We are asking for for a Freeform pool with a spa and also thinking of a of Salt pool, this will be In- ground , size about 18 X 34.
    I have attached a video link , and some pics we have captured from it( Hope it works ) . Please share your initial thoughts.
    https://youtu.be/ODNZBTN2G1I.

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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    Move the stairs to the other side of the shelf and add a table and you almost have my pool! Which obviously means I love your design! lol Congratulations on getting started!

    Your stair exit in that second to last picture looks a little awkward where it butts up to the spa so you might want to look at that but otherwise it's beautiful!


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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    with the stairs I concur , I think either one more step facing away from the spa might do it .

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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    This will be a fun one to watch! Those steps remind me of "Suz's Steps" from this epic build:

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    It might take you a while to get through the tread but we all had a blast helping her build her pool. We would love to help you build yours as well!

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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    @Kimkats , still yet to go through that thread , but her steps are really nice, thanks for feedback

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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    Any updates to the design? This will be so fun to watch!


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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    Hi guys still going through the designs ,I just got picture renderings from PB2, he seems to have a more a contemporary feel , but it is different , pls let me know your thoughts compared with PB1

    pb2.3.jpgpb2.2.jpgpb2.1.jpg

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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    It looks like a goldfish cracker LOL

    Looks like it would have a lot of tight places that would be hard to keep clean......around the "eye". I like the first design much better.

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    Re: New Build in NE Houston area

    Thanks Kim for your thoughts , was trying something different , but just like you said there might be some tights spaces

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