Fiberglass Installation

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Shapes & Installation

①   Laying out the Pool

At this point, the installer will indicate the location of the pool in the yard. Make sure to talk about where you want the pool to go and any landscaping ideas you have before you start digging.

②   Excavation

This is when it becomes real. As excavators and backhoes remove the grass and dirt, the installer will use the dig sheet to check levels of the hole as it is being dug.

③   Setting the Floor

Following the excavation, a gravel bed is spread on the floor to provide a pool basis. Screed bars are used as slope guides to make the screening process easier. The gravel is then crushed to assure the stability of the floor.

④   Pool Delivery and Placement

The pool is delivered on a low trailer that is specifically designed to transport swimming pool shells. Along with your pool, the filtration equipment is delivered at this time. The pool is normally lifted into place by a crane. To ensure that access is feasible, your installer will typically visit the site before installation to evaluate an access plan or path.

⑤   Plumbing and Backfilling

The basics of plumbing the pool include fitting a skimmer box, installing deep end suction fittings, and return fittings. PVC pipe is installed from these items to the pump and filter. We also recommend the installation of a groundwater access pipe/hydrostatic pressure release. After those steps are completed, the pump, filter, and optional salt system are installed.

⑥   Reinforcement and Bond Beam

Once the pool is backfilled, re-enforcing rebar is attached to the perimeter of the pool for strength. After the rebar is bonded/grounded, concrete is poured approximately 8” thick around the perimeter, which creates a mechanical lock. This footing/bond beam makes the pool much stronger and gives stability to the coping finish.

⑦   Coping & Deck

Many dealers install travertine pavers on the pool's top and bond beam to enhance the pool's appearance. The decking, as well as any landscaping and fence, is completed once the paver coping is installed.

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