Pool Construction Gold Coast
Once your contract lands in our office we begin the task of preparing your pool for submission to council.
Once we have received all approvals a 'dig date' is determined.
Stage 1: Excavation
On the morning of excavation your pool will be marked out according to the diagram in your contract. This is a spray-painted outline of your pool which we encourage you to be onsite for in case you wish to make any changes.
Stage 2: Structural Shell
This is usually done 1-2 days after excavation. Our spray team will arrive on site and complete the necessary pipe/steel and form work before commencing spraying. Your filtration equipment will also be installed during this process.
Stage 3: Coping
This is your cap for the edge of the pool. Besides being necessary, the coping can provide a decorative accent, which can greatly enhance the visual appeal of your pool. If you are in the pool grabbing on to the top edge, that's the coping you are grabbing on to.
Stage 4: Fencing
We cannot go any further with your pool's progress until your fencing is in - you are able to get temporary pool fencing provided it meets legislation requirements, or you can simply have your permanent pool fence certified.
Stage 5: Pebblecrete
Stage 6: Handover
The pebblecrete process generally takes 2 days.
Day 1 - pebblecrete is applied
Day 2 - acid wash is applied
The light is fitted after this has been completed and our team will secure your hose in the pool and commence filling it with water. After the water reaches halfway through the skimmer box, simply turn the hose off and contact the office who will then arrange for the plumber to come back and switch on your filtration.
Our representative will contact you to make a time when you will be home so they can give you a full demonstration on how to operate all of your equipment so you get the most out of your pool.