Pool Construction


Spa and Pool installations are one of the most important home improvements you can do for your property value. Installing a spa is a serious consideration for any homeowner, given that pool/spa installation will entail a significant financial commitment. The lifestyle benefits have to be weighed against the preliminary outlay as well as the ongoing upkeep and maintenance costs.

Many homeowners worry about how the construction process will affect their homes and their lives. To ease your mind, we've assembled a step-by-step outline to help you know what to expect. 

Excavation for a vinyl-lined pool is a job for an experienced backhoe operator. Normally, the side excavation is approximately two feet beyond the finished pool perimeter to allow for assembly and a concrete footing to be installed.







The second step includes assembly of the steel panels and stairs, coping receptor, skimmer and inlets, as well as suction and return plumbing.







Most builders pour the concrete decking once all of Step 2 is completed, but in some cases and with certain water table situations, the liner will be installed before the decking is poured. The pool structure is strong enough to allow installation to proceed in either manner.






In this photo, we see the liner being installed. This is where an experienced expert makes all the difference!








Fill your pool with water and enjoy all the health, fitness and entertainment values it offers right in your backyard!







Thanks you for visiting our website! Since our inception, we have offered pool and spa installations of various kinds throughout Winston-Salem, Clemmons, Kernersville, Lewisville, High Point, Thomasville, Lexington, Archdale, Salisbury, Asheboro, Reidsville, Eden, Statesville, Burlington, Martinsville and other areas in North Carolina.