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Installation Photographs:

1.) Sight Marking is done.

2.) Excavation and leveling is done with bobcat and transit. Patio blocks are places for tracks and framework of swimming pool.

3.) Sand is moved from driveway or designated area into the pool site foot print.

4.) Patio block footings are set into place, tracks and framework are assembled and the sand for the bottom of pool is spread.

5.) Pool walls are assembled, liner is installed and stretched, filter system is installed.
(Note: Service shut off valves and Aquadoor (winter plate) should be installed if purchased)

6.) Start filling pool slowly, (1-3 inches) to allow liner to form stretch, final adjustments are made.

REPAIRS:


1.) Patio block footings incorrectly installed, wrong size (cut in half), not properly leveled.

2.) Pool failures are often caused by improper installation methods and the cutting of corners performed by (our COMPETITION or so called "experts"). Other issues of neglect, miss use of the equipment, and improper winterization can also contribute.

3.) Catastrophic failure of pool from skimmer area, most likely caused from gasket leaking, excessive corrosion, or back fill dirt around pool walls.

4.) Expanded bead reciever tracks and liner torn, probable cause improper winterization, water levels not maintained, ice damage to tracks, excessive heat build up under winter cover. Most of this damage could have been avoided.

LINERS:


1.) Pool is completely drained, liner is removed, entire pool is inspected for any concealed damage. Note pool must be drained completely and dry, to avoid additional drainage charges.

2.) Ledges and tracks are removed, necessary repairs are made to pool structure. Pool is inspected to determine cause of liner failure.

3.) Old screws/hardware is removed, rusted screws/hardware are drilled out and replaced if needed. Note excessive rusting may effect final cost.

4.) Pool cove and sand bed is repaired and re-sculpted to accept new liner. We highly recommend to use inexpensive pool base for this application to achieve the best results.

5.) New liner is secured, stretched and then a small amount of water is filled into the pool. When the desired water level has been achieved the liner is stretched again and form fit.

6.) Final adjustments are made, skimmer and filter is installed. Note that 90% of the plastic type skimmers have to be replaced due to internal damage to casters when they are removed. Also inexpensive shut off valves and Aqudoor (winter plate) should be installed if purchased.