Custom Pool FAQ
Building your pool is a big decision. We’re here to help. Check out these frequently asked questions and get in touch with any others you might have.
Have you tried our Custom Pool Estimator tool? It can answer a ton of your top level questions and its fun! Just make your selections and get a rough estimate of what that might cost for your local area. All estimates are just that, so please discuss that with your pool consultant when they get in touch.
What is the best type of pool? Concrete, Fiberglass or Vinyl.
Let’s start by asking you this… if you were to redo your shower. Would you build a plastic insert or would you pay a little more for a custom tile shower that you can select what tile you can have, where you want your shampoo and do you want a bench. If you said to yourself. I would rather pay a little more for a custom tile shower then the only option you should consider is a concrete Gunite pool. This is the only pool you can design your own shape, select your own step location and where your bench goes. You can also select from many styles and material options for the inside of the pool.
What is the avg price of a pool?
Depending on options, size, & your space, between $70k-$100k. Try our Pool Estimator to get an idea of your price range.
How much do pools start at?
Salt pool vs chlorine pool?
Salt pools are still chlorine pools, they just have much lower amounts of chlorine because your dosing continuously vs scheduled delivery. Our perfect pool is a salt pool with a AOP UV Ozone system installed.
Pool cleaner or In-floor cleaning system?
If you’re in the desert like Arizona or Nevada, in-floor works great. If your anywhere with trees or pine needles then pool cleaners are the best. Even better, hire a pool company to clean it!
Travertine decking, pavers or concrete decking?
Travertine is going to be the most costly but coolest in the sun and most durable over time. Pavers offer the most color & variety and consistency in color and less costly than Natural Travertine. Concrete decking is the most economical but can be susceptible to damage due to settling, cracking and staining.
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