We moved to this house last year, our previous house had a pool and we didnt think we would miss it when we moved... well we did. So we started working on the idea of building a pool. This is not our first pool rodeo, we built our last pool back in 1998 and we used a national chain pool builder. After that experience (a topic for another thread) we knew what we wanted and what we didnt want out of a pool and a service company. Needless to say we were trying to be very thorough in our decisions regarding what to do and how to do it this time.
I initially thought about going the owner/builder route. A friend of mine was very convincing, however in the end; we wanted to make sure we had the best pool we could have for the money. We ultimately felt, that a good reputable company would be worth any savings of money and aggravation, if the quality and relationship was there.
After months of research and several bids from several companies, we have decided on a pool builder. We signed a contract with a very reputable builder in this area and they build a top quality pool.
Ok... so this is what we are getting..
You will notice the hard part about this yard is that it is tiered. We decided to put the spa on the upper part of the tiered yard and the pool on the bottom. I will post real pics of the yard soon. Here are the details.
32'x 27' Freeform
Moss Rock waterfall
Tanning Ledge w/3 bubblers
Aqua Blue Pebble Sheen
7’X7’ 18" raised spa. w/6 Waterway therapy jets, fountain, and moss stone spillway
Gas Fire pit w/ scupper
Pentair EasyTouch Controls
Pentair IntelliFlo 4 x 160 (Pool/Spa)
Pentair 2HP Whisperflo(water features)
Pentair Heater 400BTU
Pentair Clean & Clear 520 Cartridge Filter
Pentair Letro Platinum Cleaner w/booster
OK Flagstone coping
Seeded Aggregate with Flagstone runners in the deck.
I think thats it! Look forward to sharing this ordeal with ya'll.