A Step by Step Guide to Building Your Pool

1. Free Quotation and Advice

Contact Zeb Rodrigues to personally discuss your requirements, ask questions and seek advice. We can normally give you a ballpark estimate, and then the choice is yours if you would like to arrange a site visit to further discuss the design and arrange a no obligation free quote.

2. Planning and Approvals

If you decide to proceed we then take care of all planning and council approvals. Home Owner Warranty Insurance and a contract are drawn up. The final design details are checked, including coping, equipment, pool interior and optional accessories in preparation for construction of your pool.

3. Construction

The first part of construction is the excavation, once excavation is completed the reinforced steel is installed. The pre-plumbing and any pre electrical work are completed before inspection by the council or certifier, and then the spraying of concrete is the final step of construction. You should then allow three to four weeks for curing of the concrete.

4. Coping Fencing & Surrounds

There are many styles of coping including stone, paving, and tiles or decking. Artesian pools can also coordinate your pool fencing, or the pool owner may arrange the installation of the fencing themselves. We can also arrange the landscaping, which can be carried out during the curing time.

5. Interior

The swimming pool interior is now installed. Different styles available include fully tiled, pebblecrete, beadcrete, fibreglass, rendering with tiling, and painted pools. We use quality Mapei and Laticrete materials for installation of tiling and stone, which come with a ten-year warranty.

6. Completion

After the installation of your safety fence your new pool is cleaned and acid washed. The pool is filled and the chemicals or salt added. The pool equipment including filters and pumps are started and we demonstrate how the equipment works.

7. Service after Completion of your swimming pool.

You can now enjoy your new swimming pool, knowing that you can always contact Artesian Pools for help or advice at any time.