I thought about doing the DIY and subing out everything but with a third child on the way and work I do not think I will have the time or patience to do it myself. So I have been getting quotes from local pool builders. Here is my most recent from a pretty well respected family company here in New Jersey, they have been in business for over 50 years installing and servicing pools.
Mountain Lake shape, free form pool Approx: 40 feet Long by 20 feet wide total surface area of 685 sq ft.
8 feet deep to 3.5 shallow.
All excavation, backfilling, grading and removal of dirt included.
Vericon concrete bottom
3 year parts and labor on all installed equipment.
10 Inch thick 48 inch high Aqua-Krete rebar reinforced 4000psi concrete walls. (life time warranty on walls labor and parts).
1/4 inch thick isomer foam wall cushion on walls.
28/28 mil vinyl liner (25 year blame free warranty).
8 foot wide Concrete steps and 6 foot long deep end seat both covered by vinyl liner.
4 feet of cantilever edge 4000psi fiber mesh concrete around entire pool. ($6 dollars a sq ft for extra).
All Sch 40 PVC 1.5 inch returns 2 inch suction.
2 Skimmers (2 inch).
2 Main drains (2 inch).
4 returns (1.5 inch).
All lines plumed individually
All Sch 80 PVC self-lube ball valves.
Pentair Easy Touch control system
Pentair SD-80 Clear Pro Filter.
Pentair Intelliflo Variable speed 3HP pump.
Pentair IC-40 Salt system.
Nature 2 Mineral system.
One Pentair 500 watt light.
Polaris 9300 Cleaner.
White PVC handrails and steps.
Solid Safety cover and pump.
All Electrical included with upgraded 60 amp sub panel for future upgrades
All Start up chemicals, salt, Mineral cartridge, pools, hoses, skimmers, etc.
Grand Total: $38,725.00.
Any input, criticism, ideas, etc are welcome and needed. Thanks in advance everyone...