Depending on the size and/or shape of your yard, an oval pool may better suite you than a round. Ranging in size from 8x12 and the way up to 21x43, oval pools can save space and can often look better than a round, depending on the landscape of your yard. Unfortunately, oval pools are also more expensive to purchase and to install since there is a lot more material involved. If you have an oval pool that you would like us to install, please download and print a copy of our install contract located on the red button at the top of the page, fill out completely, and mail into us with a $100 deposit. Once your deposit is received, we will contact your with your install date.
Back filling is recommended for every pool, regardless of size. You want to use some variation of stone, since dirt, sand and mulch will retain water and rot or rust your pool exponentially faster. This also protects the sand from washing out underneath the liner. We can provide backfilling services, but usually not until August or September, when pool installations slow down. Please call or email for pricing.
Round pools range from 12 ft up to 33 ft around. They are the most common pools that we assemble because they are the cheapest to purchase and to install. If you're looking to save some money, a round pool is the way to go. Our install prices include excavation, up to 12 inches, and mason sand for the pool floor. Any area more than 12 inches out of level will result in additional excavation fees. If you choose to do the excavation yourself, please provide us with ample room to work. For example, if your pool is 24 ft around, please excavate a 28 ft circle to provide some wiggle room. The excavation also needs to be within 2 inches of level within the entire pool area. Failure to comply with both of these requirements will still result in excavation fees. If you have a round pool that you would like us to install, download and print a copy of our installation contract located on the red button at the top of the page, fill out completely, and mail into us with a $100 deposit. Once your deposit is received, we will contact you with your install date.
Liner replacements can be done on any round or oval pool as long as the structural integrity of the pool is still intact. You can purchase a liner from us or on your own. We also highly recommend purchasing a new skimmer & return set when replacing a liner. Skimmers are made of plastic and the gaskets are rubber. Chlorine and chemicals eat away and dry out both of these materials. It is highly likely that a used skimmer will leak if re-attached. All liner replacements include minor repair and/or re-leveling of sand, if needed. Major repairs that need added sand brought in may result in an additional fee. Please be sure you order the right size and type of liner! When in doubt, order a uni-bead liner! These can be installed as a beaded or regular over the wall liner as long as you have the right size. If you have an existing deck that hangs over the pool, there may be an additional fee. In order to replace a liner, we need to remove the top of the pool. Decks that sit right on top of the pool impede our ability to do our job. If you can either move the deck or jack it up before we arrive, it is highly recommended and appreciated! If you need a liner replaced in your pool, download and print the liner replacement contract located on the red button at the top of the page, fill out completely, and mail to us with a $100 deposit. Once your deposit is received, we will contact you with your install date.
We also provide fall closings. Prices vary depending on whether you would like us to provide chemicals and materials. Please call or email for details.
Various Bobcat services are available, time permitting. Non-pool related bobcat work usually will not be accepted May-July due to pool season. Bobcat services are $150 for the first hour, $100 per hour after.
We also now offer trenching services for the conduit leading out from dwelling to pool. Trenching services cost $10 per foot.