I need some advice on a pool build, Florida north of Daytona. I want to gauge whether the price I have received is on target, or high/low. I have engaged a pool builder who came highly recommended from a trusted source. The total price I recieved was a little higher than I anticipated, but who knows if what I anticipated is reasonable (that is what I am trying to figure out here). Below is the basic build specs, please let me know if any other information is needed to ascertain. Any assistance/experience people can provide is greatly appreciated.
630 square ft pool, geometric, not quite rectangular but close.
Sun shelf, bench running down one side (about 34 ft total length)
Two fountain raised water feature
1 inch glass block tile around sides at waterline and on water feature
3.5 shallow end extending to 7 ft deep end
Shotcrete, 2 inch minimum schedule 40 pvc plumbing with 3-ways at the pump
3 returns, 1 skimmer, 1 cleaner line, 2 main drains
All Pentair equipment (1 intelliflo variable pump, eco cartridge filter, intelliclor IC40 salt system, 2 5g multicolor LED pool lights)
140k btu Pentair ultratemp pool heat pump
700 sq ft of French pattern travertine pavers and bullnose coping
Screen enclosure with 9ft walls, two doors
Pebble finish (Pre-mix Marblelite)
Two Pentair LED bubblers
The basics, electrical, plumbing, basic site work, etc.
What is a reasonable cost in N. FL? Am I missing anything for recommended features/equipment? Thanks for any assistance!