Concrete pool construction build times can range from 1-4 months.
There are four main stages of the pool construction process:
1. Designing the pool and submitting the plans to the Council.
2. Digging the hole and pouring the concrete shell.
3. Allowing the concrete to cure.
4. Finishing the interior and installing the filtration system.
The main benefits of concrete pool construction are:
Durablilty - An inground pool constructed using concrete is extremely durable and can have a lifespan of 50 years or more. Cement is sturdy and highly resistant to damage (even from a sharp object.)
No design limitations - Building with concrete allows us to build literally any size, shape or style you can imagine. Each concrete pool we build is unique and one-of-a-kind.
Attractive appearance - Concrete pools give you a choice of attractive finishes, tiling options and additional water features.
Add value to your home - A concrete swimming pool will add value to your property, especially if it has been expertly landscaped and integrated into the overall design of your home.
The most popular finish is pebblecrete which starts with base colours and can be upgraded to include more glass chip.
It is a hard wearing and cost efficient way to deliver an inviting pool.
Fully tiled pools provide deep colours and a luxury look.
A concrete pool which has bene maintained correctly should last 50 years or more.
If it has been well constructed and looked after, it could last a lifetime.
Resurfacing of the pool's liner may be required roughly every 15 years.
1. Maintain a constant and consistent balance of chemicals in the water.
2. Keep the concrete floor and walls clean by using a hard bristled brush attached to a telescopic pole.
3. Regularly run your pool cleaner.
4. Resurface your concrete pool every 15 years or so.
Yes it can.
Concrete is a naturally cold material which is not particularly efficient at retaining heat. Hence, concrete pools generally require a more effective heating system.
Yes, saltwater chlorinators are perfectly safe for use with a cement pool.
Yes we can, it's possible to integrate a spa into any concrete pool. The average size for a spa 2m x 2m.
Absolutely, we can build anything such as feature walls, deck jets, spillways and more.
You can have anything around a concrete pool from a timber deck to polished concrete to tiles.
A concrete pool is the best option for a steep slope as it can be engineered to fit the conditions.
A concrete pool's structure is self supporting so it doesn’t rely on the ground to hold it’s weight which is ideal for sloping blocks.
Yes we are.
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