Thanks! We went w/ Watercrest pools in NRH. Sam & Brian have been great to work w/. Great communication throughout the process so far.bankOman, Your pool is gorgeous! Could you please share your pool builder and whether you are happy with them? I'm nearby in Grapevine and I want to build a pool. Please message me if you don't feel comfortable discussing publicly.
They're the Melville Leuders Gray Plank pavers. Was really looking for something other than travertine and liked the idea of less maintenance w/ a concrete paver so we went w/ these and think they came out pretty good for a little more modernish look.Wow. I really like the vertical placement of your pavers to your pool. At first I thought they were equal sizing but I can see they are different. Can I ask what they are?
Who did you go with? We are near you and starting to get bids. We want similar minus the spa and water feature. Mind giving me the range cost?Hello!
Just creating a quick thread for our new pool build. We moved in our new house last year and initially were going to put the pool in before COVID hit. Due to the uncertainty of everything we pumped the brakes on that project. Fast forward a year later and things have normalized somewhat we've decided to get back on the pool building bandwagon (w/ a completely different design than we previously decided on) and we're currently under contract waiting for permits.
We did change our PebbleTec choice from Blue Surf to Aqua Blue...I'm hoping this was the right choice!! Also removed bar stools that we originally had in the pool due to not wanting to fight with the robot trying to clean it.
I also do have a concern w/ the skimmer on the tanning ledge, anyone think this would cause an issue?
Here's a drawing and a few renderings to hold us over while we wait for permits to come back and HOA approval so we can get this thing dug. (Late June/Early July)
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We went w/ Watercrest Pools in North Richland Hills. The spa and water features drive up the price quite a bit so I would just give them a ring to get a free bid. Depending on materials you choose for your build I would guess without the spa and water features you'd be looking around the 100k range.Who did you go with? We are near you and starting to get bids. We want similar minus the spa and water feature. Mind giving me the range cost?