New pool construction is a big job, whether you’re building inground or aboveground. At Accurate Landscaping, Inc. we’ve been doing this for years, and can build efficiently without sacrificing quality. On top of that, when it comes to subcontractors to create decking or a patio to surround your pool, we know the right people to do it.
- Marking out the pool site
- Installing panels
- Assembling accessories (steps, etc.)
- Pouring concrete
- Installing a liner
From start to finish, all work is completed with care and consideration.
Opening and Closing your Pool
As all pool owners know, you can’t just build a pool and leave it. At the beginning of the season, give your pool contractors a call so they can remove debris from the cover, take the cover off, re-install equipment, set up a filter, check chemical balances and ensure your pool is safe to use.
At the end of the season, we’ll go through a similar process, but in reverse. Chemicals will be balanced so there is no buildup that becomes corrosive, and the cover will be secured strongly so no animals can fall through or elements can rip it off.
Especially in the case of inground pool costs, you will need to allow for repairs at some point over the years. Both inground and aboveground pools can face liner tears and cracks as well as bulging. On top of this, plumbing and filter issues can waste water costing you in energy bills.
Inground pools may have cracks in the concrete, while aboveground pools may have walls that want to collapse in on themselves.
When it comes to pool repair, catching damage as early as possible is important. Don’t let your luxury yard or facility feature turn into a messy, expensive, and dangerous repair job.