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    Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE it!

    Inground Free Form 20' X 40'; Intellachlor salt system; 8' Super Spa (raised 18"); 18" raised beam with water feature (2- 24" scuppers); 4' bench under scuppers; 7' x 14' tanning ledge with 6" water depth; 2- 3' benches with 18" water depth; Premier In-Floor Cleaning System; Fantastico Travertine coping, tiles, and stacked stone; Sundek decking with travertine inlays; Wet Edge Tahoe Coast ; Aqua Link Electronic Control; Jandy 2HP Stealth Pump for pool; 1.5 HP Jandy pump for water feature; Jandy Heater BTU 400K

    PICTURES OF POOL BUILD: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98595901@N ... 864595916/

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    Re: Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE i

    Really really nice! You're going to love it!
    Mesa, AZ Spillover spa and inground pool, 12,500 G, pebble finish, Hayward C5030 (525sf) Cartridge Filter, Hayward EcoStar VS Pump, Installed July 2013, Hayward SWG T-Cell-15, Trident UV (I know, I know....was installed before I found this site!) Rock grotto waterfall, LED ColorLogic lighting, 110 BTU Heat Pro Electric Heat Pump, Maytronics Dolphin Supreme M5 cleaner, TF-100 test kit with Speed Stir.

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    Re: Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE i

    We are currently interviewing with Premier also, we reside in Pearland, Texas. Can you tell me how your dealing with Premier have been so far?

    The pool looks beutiful by the way!
    Completed 38'X21' IG Free form pool approx 18.5K gallons, sports pool w/spa and tanning shelf 3.5-5.5 ft. Jandy Cartridge Filter, Jandy stealth pumps, Jandy LXi Heater, I aqualink, Inline chlorinator. Click to see My Pool Build

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    Re: Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE i

    Quote Originally Posted by rodog123
    We are currently interviewing with Premier also, we reside in Pearland, Texas. Can you tell me how your dealing with Premier have been so far?

    The pool looks beutiful by the way!
    Thank you!! I have really enjoyed working with Premier Pools. I used the Woodlands location (not sure it matters). The pool designer had a lot of great ideas- answered lots of questions, and was always available to talk to. The pool foreman has been great- he checks on the site and we text frequently. He also had some good ideas regarding our fence and our decking. The tile guys left quite a mess, so I'm hoping that can get cleaned up this week. Plumbing and electrical crews are scheduled to come this week.

    I spoke to LOTS of companies first and I'm very happy I picked Premier.
    Inground Free Form 20' X 40'; Intellachlor salt system; 8' Super Spa (raised 18"); 18" raised beam with water feature (2- 24" scuppers); 4' bench under scuppers; 7' x 14' tanning ledge with 6" water depth; 2- 3' benches with 18" water depth; Premier In-Floor Cleaning System; Fantastico Travertine coping, tiles, and stacked stone; Sundek decking with travertine inlays; Wet Edge Tahoe Coast ; Aqua Link Electronic Control; Jandy 2HP Stealth Pump for pool; 1.5 HP Jandy pump for water feature; Jandy Heater BTU 400K

    PICTURES OF POOL BUILD: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98595901@N ... 864595916/

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    Re: Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE i

    What a small world.. Our designer is Scott R. with Premier! I showed him pictures of your build from the forum and he said "yup that's mine!"

    We are still interviewing Pb's and really like Scott R. he tells it like it is and I appreciate his no bull approach. We were not to sure about either flagstone or travertine. After seeing your pics we are going with travertine! Could not believe the stacked stone and travertine were standard.

    Thanks again for sharing your pics and I believe we are headed in the right direction for picking a pool builder. Please continue to share!
    Completed 38'X21' IG Free form pool approx 18.5K gallons, sports pool w/spa and tanning shelf 3.5-5.5 ft. Jandy Cartridge Filter, Jandy stealth pumps, Jandy LXi Heater, I aqualink, Inline chlorinator. Click to see My Pool Build

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    Re: Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE i

    May I ask what finish are you guys going with? considering upgrading to Pebble sheen from the standard quartz.
    Completed 38'X21' IG Free form pool approx 18.5K gallons, sports pool w/spa and tanning shelf 3.5-5.5 ft. Jandy Cartridge Filter, Jandy stealth pumps, Jandy LXi Heater, I aqualink, Inline chlorinator. Click to see My Pool Build

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    Re: Pics of travertine coping, tile, stacked stone... LOVE i

    My hubby doesn't like the pebble, so we are doing sparkle quartz. I hope I picked the right color [GRINNING FACE WITH SMILING EYES].
    Plumbing guys were here today, but I got home too late to check it all out.
    I'll get some pics tomorrow.


    Inground Free Form 20' X 40'; Intellachlor salt system; 8' Super Spa (raised 18"); 18" raised beam with water feature (2- 24" scuppers); 4' bench under scuppers; 7' x 14' tanning ledge with 6" water depth; 2- 3' benches with 18" water depth; Premier In-Floor Cleaning System; Fantastico Travertine coping, tiles, and stacked stone; Sundek decking with travertine inlays; Wet Edge Tahoe Coast ; Aqua Link Electronic Control; Jandy 2HP Stealth Pump for pool; 1.5 HP Jandy pump for water feature; Jandy Heater BTU 400K

    PICTURES OF POOL BUILD: http://www.flickr.com/photos/98595901@N ... 864595916/

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