Quoted by Jon Krawczyk.
Below you will find 25 brief outline steps in how to build a quality swimming pool in a timely fashion.
When building any swimming pool there are over 500 steps and variables. BUYER BEWARE!
Step 1 Initial Consultation - Meet with a Superior Pools Design Consultant in our office. At this time please bring your survey of your property to speed up the process. During the initial meeting, your consultant will discuss the options and features available that best fit your needs. This includes viewing photos, slide shows, videos, samples, and pools that have been completed in order to give you a full understanding of what the finished product will look like. They will also give you step by step knowledge regarding our procedures and how we build pools.
Step 2 Site Visit - Your design consultant will come out to your property in order to take pictures and measurements necessary for site assessment and putting your new pool design together.
Step 3 Design - Using the information you provided during your initial meeting along with the pictures and measurements of your property, the design consultant will put together a computerized drawing of your dream pool using the latest 3D technology.
Step 4 – Meet & Pick Your Design - Once you are completely satisfied with the design of your backyard oasis, an accurate quote will be put together based on the design rather than just a ballpark figure. At this time, your consultant will set up an appointment to go over the quote details with you.
Step 5 – Sign & Pick Colors - After all the details and numbers have been discussed, it is time to sign the agreement and pick colors for your new Superior Pool!
Step 6 – Permitting - Your paperwork is submitted to the County office for permit review. During this time the homeowner should also submit any documentation necessary to their homeowner’s association.
Step 7 – Irrigation and Landscaping – Superior Pools is in the business of building beautiful customized pools. We are not in the business of landscaping, irrigation, or sod. It is the homeowner’s responsibility to have all landscaping and any other items in the way of the pool removed. For irrigation, we suggest having it capped immediately after signing your pool agreement. Please leave 10ft of clearance from any landscaping or irrigation around your new pool area and equipment for our machines and plumbing. If for any reason these items are not taken care of prior to permit approval, Superior Pools will not start the build until they have the proper clearance on the property.
Superior Pools has full time start up employee who will do a “soft start-up”. They will care for the pool over a period of 21 days adding certain chemicals and balancing the water. Once the pool is ready for salt, our crew will add the initial salt needed to turn your pool over to a salt water pool.