Awards are great. Customer trust is even greater.
Liquid Assets Pools was proud to take home both the first and second place awards in the residential pool category in the 2018 Architect & Designer Awards held recently in St. Louis, Missouri. According to Liquid Assets Pools president, John Jacobsen, “The two awards were rewarding to everyone who worked on these projects – from the initial design right on down to the final details in making sure everything was just right.”
“We pride ourselves on our pool-building expertise,” said Jacobsen. “Where we really excel is our ability to incorporate the overall design to make the most of the space available.”
The first place winner is certainly indicative of those skills. As far as pools go, the size is relatively small – but it makes a huge impression. Gold limestone boulders were used to fashion a waterfall design that feels natural to its environment and those boulders surround a custom-made slide accented with plants and trees.
The pool’s glass mosaic tile floor and the rich blue pebble material dotting specific areas around the landscaping work in harmony to create a finished look. The pool’s stone coping and edging was assembled using the same gold limestone as in the boulders. A two-tiered pool deck, accented with stone pillars and featuring stamped concrete, overlooks this inviting, backyard oasis.
“Good things really do come in small packages,” said Jacobsen. “We worked very closely with the homeowners to make the most of their backyard and they love the end result.”
This isn’t the first time Liquid Assets Pools took home the first place award in this competition. Liquid Assets also brought home first place trophies in 2014, 2015 and 2016. According to Jacobsen, “winning awards are great. But it’s the trust our customers place in us to turn a vision into reality that is truly rewarding.”
Now in our 14th year, Liquid Assets Pools specializes in designing and constructing gunite concrete pools for its customers in central and eastern Missouri, Lake of the Ozarks and southern Illinois.