Jim, Thank you very much for your time!Jorge,
I do not see anything on your list that raises any red flags..
Most Florida filters are dinky, yours is not, so that is a good thing.
The IntelliFlo is a great pump, and in my mind the industry Gold standard of pool pumps.
The IntelliCenter with IC40, is the way to go, as long as your pool volume is 20K gallons, or below.
I personally like to see two skimmers and four returns, one on each "side" of the pool.
You currently have two IntelliValves, which will be used to switch between the pool and spa modes.. If you intend to be able to control your bubblers via automation, you will need at least one more. I suggest you look at how you want to use any water feature and determine if automation makes sense.
I like the idea of channel drains.
Why do you need two check valves? You will need one for the spa return line, but if the other one is right after the heater, it is not required as you will have a SWCG.
I do not see any pool cleaner "stuff" and assume you plan on a Dolphin style robot. If so, a great idea.. I would leave the vacuum line shown in the drawing, just in case..
Thanks and good luck with your pool build.
thanks! Definitely will be covering the outdoor kitchen once the work begins.Good job getting it all ready to go! How exciting there were only two items that needed to be tweaked. SWEET!
You are going to want to take any fabric items in as they will be very dirty fast from the dust and such. I would also cover anything that might be harder to clean as well with a tarp.