Concrete Swimming Pools
Professionals from companies like Desert Pavers and Custom Concrete understand how concrete behaves in different conditions so they can create a well-designed pool easily. Their team has worked on several projects in different areas of CA like Palm Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indian Wells, Bermuda Dunes, Indio, Desert Cities and Coachella Valley.
Concrete Swimming Pool ConstructionThis pool is assembled almost entirely on site, which is why this installation project requires trained professionals. They have the right tools, equipment, materials, skills, and manpower to create a truly durable structure. Here’s a brief look at the construction process:
- Concrete Pool Design - These pools are made from scratch so the design process is important. A professional team takes your property size, architecture, and available space into consideration before creating a custom design.
- Excavating for an Inground Swimming Pool - the Concrete pools are always in-ground so the land must be excavated to an appropriate depth, shape, and size.
- Pool Plumbing - All plumbing is located underneath the main pool structure. Experts will install the entire system carefully, test with hydrostatic pressure to ensure there are no leaks, before connecting new installations with the main plumbing lines.
- Framework Installation - The next step is to install a framework that will support concrete and ensure your pool maintains its shape during the curing process. This framework is made from either wood or steel depending on your preference and budget.
- Concrete Pour In - Once the framework is in place, liquid concrete is poured in and spread evenly across it. Experts make sure there are no gaps or unevenness in this application. Once the concrete has set a little, they will smooth the surface with a trowel to make sure it is level.
- Concrete Pool Finishing - There are different finishing options available so you can choose based on your budget and design preferences. Most choose colored tiles but options like colored plaster, paint, glass beads, and pebble aggregate are also available.
Once this process is complete, the concrete pool must cure for several weeks before it can be used. In most cases, this takes 30 days. After that, professionals will fill the structure and provide maintenance instructions. They will also finish the areas around the pool and clean up everything. Concrete pool construction can be messy and cause a lot of disruption but the end results are worth it.
A well-maintained pool can easily last for decades without needing resurfacing or replacement. Poorly installed concrete swimming pools experience frequent problems, which is why it’s important to hire well-established companies like Desert Pavers and Custom Concrete for installation. They will take your requirements into consideration and design a pool that’s uniquely suited for your property.