New Pool Construction Process
Our Pool Build New Construction Process
JT’s Custom Pools is a leading pool construction company in Port Charlotte, Florida, North Port, Florida, and the surrounding areas, offering homeowners state-of-the-art pool construction and pool maintenance services.
At JT’s Custom Pools, the pool construction process is a well-coordinated and efficient process designed to ensure that our customers get the best possible results.
Below we provide you with a brief rundown of our pool new construction process.
Our process starts with an initial consultation. You will speak directly with one of our pool experts to discuss your vision, needs, lifestyle, and budget. During this consultation, you may ask questions and seek advice on your desired pool. In addition to discussing your ideas, needs, lifestyle and budget, we must look at the backyard’s layout to determine if your concept will work as we may have to tweak it, but trust us, you will love what we do.
After the initial consultation and you like our offer, we begin designing. We provide a 3D swimming pool design that lets you see what the finished product will look like.
Once the design is finalized, excavation is the next step in the new construction process. This involves digging the pool area to the desired depth and shape, considering all specifications and local regulations. During excavation, we use specialized equipment that minimizes damage to the surrounding landscape and ensures a precise and accurate pool shape.
After excavation, we install reinforced steel (rebar) throughout the entire structure of the pool. Rebar is used to strengthen and support the concrete structure.
Installation of Plumbing & Electrical
After installing rebar and reinforcing with this steel, the next step is the installation of the pool’s plumbing and electrical systems. High-quality pipes, valves, fittings, and wiring for pool lighting, heating, and other electrical components are installed. Our technicians have extensive experience in pool construction and are well-versed in local building codes and regulations.
Gunite is the concrete shell of the pool. It is applied with a mix of sand, cement and water. Gunite will be poured to outline the inside of the pool, making the floor and wall foundations.
The inground swimming pool steps are almost completed but not until plastering is done. This seals the interior of the pool. As there are a myriad of plastering colors and finish choices, working with JT’s Custom Pools assures you that you will get the best plastering craftsmanship for your pool.
Additional Pool Components Installation
The final step of the inground swimming pool’s new construction process is the installation of the pool’s plumbing and electrical systems. High-quality pipes, valves, fittings, and wiring for pool lighting, heating, and other electrical components are installed. Our technicians have extensive experience in pool construction and are well-versed in local building codes and regulations.