Pool Contractor: How to Choose

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Pool contractors start to get very busy this time of year. If you are thinking about installing a new pool, now is the time to one. This way your pool will be ready for spring and summer, and you’ll be able to spend more time relaxing and less time waiting for the fun to begin. Here are a few tips for hiring a pool contractor.


Many pool contractors offer complimentary consultations–and you should go with one who does. While these are ballpark estimates and are subject to change once you begin selecting materials such as tile and finishes, they can help you compare pool builders and understand how much a new pool will costs. For example, when a customer contacts us, our Professional Consulting Specialist will set up an appointment, visit your home, investigate and evaluate your site and listen to all your needs and ideas. We will even provide you with a rough design at no extra cost. You should plan on getting 3-4 estimates so you have options. Also, the least expensive option isn’t always the best one. You’ll want to compare line items and make sure those final figures are for comparable services. Also, be sure to get references.


Installing a new pool is often part of a larger backyard transformation. Having one company handle the whole project can be very cost effective. Many pool contractors are more than just that: they can overhaul your entire exteriors. For example, we design your entire yard from landscaping to outdoor kitchens, finding ways to save you money through one-stop shopping. With over 40 years experience in the pool industry, our experts know the most cost effect ways to get the job done. We also provide custom financing that allows families to buy the pool of their dreams.


As San Diego’s premier pool contractor, we have designed hundreds of beautiful backyards for happy clients. Look through the many designs on our website and give us a call. Or fill out our contact form and we will call you. When it comes to designing your pool, your imagination is the limit.

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