Swimming Pool Construction
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.
View the steps below.
1. Before the excavation process begins, someone will come out to the property to make sure that there is enough space for the pool, and they will also look to see how much excavation will need to take place. They will then set up a time to come out to dig the necessary area for your pool and also begin shaping the ground to fit the pool. Through the excavation process, they will dig approximately 2 feet beyond the pool size to allow space for assembly.
2. After the excavation is completed the installers will then start laying limestone screenings to help make a firm level base for the pool. Later in the installation process, the limestone screenings are covered with sand or happy bottom.
3. Once there is level ground the installers begin to set the bottom rail of the pool. throughout the process of setting the rail, the installers measure the ring to make sure that is exactly the size of the pool.
4. once the bottom rail is set the wall is put into place and the liner is dropped. Once the liner is dropped into the pool the installers begin to fill the pool and pill the liner to make sure there are no wrinkles in the liner, and that there is a seamless finish.
The whole process from excavation to a fully installed above-ground pool takes, on average, two to three days.