We know it’s pretty exciting when you’ve made the decision to build a new pool swimming pool. Especially a Portland swimming pool (or one anywhere in the Northwest.) Having a pool here is not as common an experience as it is in other parts of the county–so our experienced team is on a mission to get it done for you the RIGHT way.
A big part of what we focus on is making sure we stick to a very professional process–one that keeps you informed and aware–with no surprises. In other words, we just don’t play the game of over-promising and under-delivering. So, in an effort to keep you happy and up to do date during the building of your swimming pool, here’s what we recommend you keep in mind.
- Timing is everything. EVERYTHING. The earlier you call us, the better. Don’t wait until spring to reach out and then expect your pool to be ready by Memorial Day. We juggle a workload of dozens of customers each with hefty projects, so those who delay can be pushed into summer. Contacting us during the off-season (as in FALL) will get you at the front of the list—avoiding the March/April pile up.
- Be prepared with exactly where you want your pool placed. Just saying “somewhere in the backyard” can cause delays in the planning process. We suggest that you bring us a plat or site plan of your property that we can share with local zoning officials to see what will work best and expedite the zoning process.
- Keep in mind that heavy machinery is involved. While we take the greatest of care to lighten the impact of pool construction, having realistic expectations about what it means to move dirt and haul heavy materials can really cut back on unexpected frustrations.
Through our honest communications and professionalism we strive to provide you with a positive pool building experience. Reach out to our experts who will share with you exactly what you can expect from start to finish.
Want to chat with some of our happy customers? Give us a call and we’d be delighted to provide you with references who’ve built swimming pools in the Portland/Vancouver area.
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