Swimming pool construction in Arizona typically involves the following steps
The first step in building a swimming pool in Arizona is to design the pool. This involves working with a pool contractor or designer to create a plan that meets your specific needs and fits your budget. You will need to consider factors such as pool shape, size, depth, and features such as waterfalls, slides, and lighting.
Once the design is complete, you will need to obtain the necessary permits from your local government. This typically involves submitting plans and paying fees.
After the necessary permits have been obtained, the construction crew will begin excavating the pool area. This involves removing dirt and other materials from the site to make room for the pool.
- Plumbing and Steel Reinforcement:
Once the excavation is complete, the plumbing and steel work can begin. This includes installing pipes, pumps, and filters, as well as rebar to reinforce the pool walls and floor.
Installing main run to pool equipment and securing halo deck bond, control panels, pumps, heaters and lighting.
The pool shell is created by applying shotcrete (a mixture of sand, cement, and water) onto the steel reinforcement. This forms the walls and floor of the pool.
- Tile and Coping:
Once the shotcrete has cured, the tile and coping (the material that covers the pool edge) can be installed. This is typically done using mortar or adhesive.
The pool decking is installed around the pool, providing a surface for lounging and walking. This can be made of various materials such as concrete, travertine, or pavers.
- Finishing touches:
Finally, the interior finish is applied and the pool is filled with water. The finishing touches are added, such as landscaping, lighting, and pool accessories. The pool is now ready for startup.
It’s worth noting that the specific steps and timeline of a pool construction project can vary depending on factors such as the size and complexity of the pool, the time of year, and the weather. It’s important to work with a reputable pool contractor who can guide you through the process and ensure that the project stays on track.