We get many questions about our swimming pool construction services. Here, you can find commonly asked questions and answers. As always, if you have any additional questions or concerns, we would love to hear from you!
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Usually, most swimming pool builds can be finished within 8-12 weeks from excavation day, but inclement weather like rain, snow, and other dangerous conditions can increase the pool building period. The complexity of a pool design with additions like fire pits, water features, and spas, can also affect the amount of time required to construct a swimming pool.

There are only a few specific days we will need you onsite.

Your custom pool installation is a major construction project. There will be many skilled tradespeople on site to make sure the construction of your new swimming pool runs smoothly.

For more information, check out our detailed process from start to finish on what to expect during your custom pool build.

Most swimming pool shapes are customizable to almost any backyard. When it comes to choosing your custom swimming pool installation and design, we can help provide guidance to what pool style is right for you.

It depends on what fits your needs best. While an Olympic-sized swimming pool may not fit in your backyard, we can scale the pool down to fit in most spaces.

We work with you to create a custom swimming pool design to fit your home and your needs.

It will, though the best reasons for getting one don’t take that into the decision.

Prices vary from roughly $60,000 to infinity. Much like a home, it varies based on size, options, complexity, etc.

Yes. We offer a better warranty than any other builder in Texas.

We pride ourselves on doing the small things that make pool maintenance as simple and easy as possible – but that is a personal decision.

We also have extensive tips, how-to’s, and other articles in our Pool School to help you maintain your pool yourself.

The most important part of your swimming pool care is keeping the filter and pump in top condition as well as running long enough. This is followed closely by maintaining your pool chemicals regularly.

Your swimming pool is likely turning green because of stagnant water or lack of chemical maintenance.

Learn more about what causes your pool water to turn green.

The first step is to determine why it appeared and correct the issue. Once you have found the cause, solutions like a simple shock dose of chlorine, brushing the pool, and a filter clean will take care of it.

Learn more on how to keep you pool algae free:

Testing your swimming pool is important to make sure your pool is safe to swim in. You should be testing your pool’s water at least weekly, with increased tests for large parties or weather issues.

Learn more about testing your swimming pool’s water!

To prepare your swimming pool for freezing weather, you can test your freeze guard, ensure that the water is kept at the right level, and make sure that your baskets and filter are kept clean to ensure good water flow through the system.

Check out our other Tips and How-To’s for freezing weather:

Yes it does, but it also offers year-round use of your investment.