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New Pools

If you're ready for a new pool, or just thinking about how nice a pool would look in your yard, a pool tour is a great place to start. (contact Hacienda Pools if you're interested in a pool tour.)

The following are some recommendations to make sure your pool build experience is a positive one - and your new pool is the envy of your neighborhood.

Planning Your New Pool

Choosing a Pool Builder

 

Pool Building Process

The Pool build process generally takes 10 to 14 weeks and consists of a few basic steps.

Planning

Typical duration: 2-3 weeks, job size and plan dependent

Choosing the right pool builder is a decision you’ll have to live with for the life of your pool; so before making an appointment with any pool builder, do your homework.

DEMOLITION & EXCAVATION

Typical duration: 2-4 days, job size and plan dependent

During this step we will remove parts of your old yard and cement that need to make way for your new pool, water features and deck. Be prepared for portions of your current landscaping and fences to be removed due to various requirements of the build process.


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Typical duration: 5-6 weeks

Steel

Plumbing

Concrete (Decking)

We will start by back filling, grading, forming your decking and laying out the base rock and steel.

POOL/SPA INTERIOR SURFACING

Time to select the material for your pool’s interior surface. Your Hacienda Pools rep can make suggestions, bring samples, or even show you actual pool projects.

WATER FILL

When it’s time, your Hacienda Pools rep will turn on the water. Fill time varies by pool size but generally takes between 24 and 48 hours. Continue filling (non-stop) until waterline meets the center of the tile line.

SWIM / LANDSCAPING

It’s the step you’ve been waiting for, time to take a dip in your new pool or a soak in your new spa.

Pool Building Process

The Pool build process generally takes 10 to 14 weeks and consists of a few basic steps.

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Planning

Typical duration: 2-3 weeks, job size and plan dependent

Choosing the right pool builder is a decision you’ll have to live with for the life of your pool; so before making an appointment with any pool builder, do your homework.

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Demolition & ExcavatioN

Typical duration: 2-4 days, job size and plan dependent

During this step we will remove parts of your old yard and cement that need to make way for your new pool, water features and deck. Be prepared for portions of your current landscaping and fences to be removed due to various requirements of the build process.

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The BuilD

Typical duration: 5-6 weeks

Steel

Plumbing

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Concrete (Decking)

We will start by back filling, grading, forming your decking and laying out the base rock and steel.

Pool/Spa Interior Surfacing

Time to select the material for your pool’s interior surface. Your Hacienda Pools rep can make suggestions, bring samples, or even show you actual pool projects.

Water Fill

When it’s time, your Hacienda Pools rep will turn on the water. Fill time varies by pool size but generally takes between 24 and 48 hours. Continue filling (non-stop) until waterline meets the center of the tile line.

Swim / landscaping

It’s the step you’ve been waiting for, time to take a dip in your new pool or a soak in your new spa.

Pool Remodeling

 
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