With January of 2020 soon to be just a memory, you may think there’s still plenty of time to get that new swimming pool in the works so that you can all be in the pool by summer.
And you’re right – to a degree.
The pool building process takes a while, especially when you factor in the need to decide what kind of pool construction you want for your backyard and then decide on a swimming pool contractor.
And what kind of swimming pool do you want?
If you’re looking for a cookie cutter style featuring a rectangle or maybe an oval in the ground, you might opt for a fiberglass pool. There are many good options out there. But if you’re thinking you’d like a custom shape, something that fits uniquely to your backyard, concrete construction is probably the way to go.
So let’s say you’ve decided you want a concrete inground pool. Then you have to decide who will be your swimming pool builder.
We can save you a lot of time right off the bat by simply telling you to call Liquid Assets Pools at 314-822-SWIM. Sure, there are other St. Louis swimming pool contractors who specialize in concrete constructed pools in the area. But we are quite confident in our ability to deliver a level of service and pool building expertise that will be unmatched by any other builder.
Of course, other pool builders will probably tell you the same thing. But a little research via Houzz or the Better Business Bureau will certainly back what we’re saying.
So congrats. You’ve decided to call Liquid Assets Pools to build your concrete inground pool. Now what?
Well, for starters, we’ve outlined 15 steps that are a part of the pool construction process that need to take place before you and your family are enjoying your new outdoor oasis. You can view them all right here.
There are a few other items to consider though – and of these 15 steps, only two of them – decking and fencing deal with what’s going on outside of the pool.
And what goes on outside of the pool should be a part of your initial planning process. Do you want to add a spa next to your pool? How about an outdoor fireplace? Have you considered the possibility of adding a waterfall or some other water feature to enhance the look and feel of your new outdoor oasis. Some clients want to add a pergola. Others may have need for a pool house.
Some homeowners want all of the above.
It’s all doable, of course. But you have to plan for it. You have to get permits and make sure the area you live even allows for some of the items mentioned above. (There are a few communities that restrict the size of a pool you can install, no matter how big or small your home may be.)
So with February right on the horizon, maybe it’s time you realize that summer will be here before you know it.
The question is, will your new pool be ready?
It will be if you pick up the phone and schedule a meeting with us right now. 314-822-SWIM