Picking the right pool builder is one of the toughest tasks you have to carry out in order to provide a touch of elegance and serenity to your property. The relationship you sustain with your pool builder is just like marriage, so it is important to choose the right associate in order to satisfy all your needs.
But the fact is that you may possess some exceptional diligence to carry out a process like this, so it’s better to approach your friends, colleagues and family members and ask for professional recommendations.
Written below are some tips that can help you choose the right pool builder as per your requirements.
Carry out complete research
Before selecting any company, it is important that you perform a detailed research of the market in order to shortlist a few companies and then choose specifically. Furthermore, you can compare prices and choose the one that not only fits your budget, but also provides high quality services. With this, you will also be getting a better view of the latest ongoing trends that’s going on in the field of pool designing.
Make use of the web
It is important that you explore the web properly and avail yourself of different websites that offer all the important information you may require about pool builders in order to find the correct professional for carrying out the complete pool building process.
Ask for certification
This ought to the first thing to ask when it comes to hiring a professional for building your pool. It is important that you ask for certification and make sure the builder is talented enough to fulfill all your pool related requirements.
Ask for experience and qualification
Both experience and qualification play an indispensable part when it comes to executing the pool building process meticulously. An ideal pool builder should possess proper training and qualifications in order to build a pool of your dreams. Also, it is important that you clear all your pool related doubts first, and then move further to the next step, i.e. hiring a professional to build your pool correctly.
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Crystal Pools got a mention in the most recent addition of Hills District Homes Magazine which features the winners of the 2015 Hills District Building and Design awards.
Two of our Hills District swimming pools won an award this year:
Glenhaven – Swimming pool / spa & surrounds (up to $50,000)
“Crystal Pools has created a well-designed swimming pool that provides a practical and functional layout for the residents whilst integrating seamlessly with the dwelling and outdoor living area. The materials and finishes selected complement the house and integrate well with the landscaping whilst providing great value for money. The colour and materials selected for the tiling and decking surrounding the swimming pool match well with the finishes of the dwelling and provide a smooth transition between indoor and outdoor living and present a well integrated design.”
Annangrove Lap Pool – Winner Swimming pool / spa & surrounds ($100,000 and above)
“Crystal Pools are to be congratulated for a pool that shows innovation in design, quality workmanship and the utilisation of space that has fulfilled the client’s requirements. The immense level of craftsmanship laced on this project is astonishing, ranging from the endless glass, to the smooth transition between the recreational ares of the pool for entertaining both the kids and adults alike. This swimming pool spa and surrounds displays great planning, creativity and functionality.”
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With the warmer weather, summer’s feeling like it’s just around the corner and many homeowners are considering installing a backyard swimming pool in time for summer featuring two of Crystal Pools projects: Pittwater Infinity edge pool and Central Coast pool.
Yesterday the Daily Telegraph featured an article on planning a pool for summer swimming.
For anyone with dreams of splashing out on a pool for the coming summer, now is the best time to be making plans as getting approval can take a few months.
Crystal Pools sales manager Andrew Rothery says his company meets clients on site to go through the design process.
“After that you would get engineering for the pool organised,” he says. “You would get your approvals — council approval or a certifier approval, a DA or a CDC approval — that allows the job to be approved to be constructed.
“Construction is about a 12-week period after council approval.”
» Read more at Daily Telegraph
Are you all set to build a beautiful swimming pool in your backyard this summer? Don’t know which pool type will suit the best with your home décor? Why not read this article and avail yourself to a wide range of options in order to build a pool of your dreams!
When you settle on the choice to install a swimming pool in your backyard, you have to know the basics of pool development to recognize what your choices are. There are various components, and very much a couple addresses, that must be thought seriously about before starting up with this process.
The majority of people prefer choosing an inground swimming pool for their home, as undoubtedly they’re unimaginably fluctuated by the beauty of this pool design. In actual fact, an inground swimming pool can be verging on anything you need it to be, if you have the space and spending plan to make your vision a reality. Still, there is a modest bunch of really important qualities that individuals use for defining diverse types of inground swimming pools.
Inground swimming pools
In general, there are 3 basic types of inground pools, which are categorized below:
Vinyl pools are the cheapest option when it comes to fulfilling all your design related and specific size requirements. Also, these pools are constructed with strong frames and are available in different shapes and sizes as per client requirement. These frames are made of different materials like plastic, galvanized steel, wood, and more. They require economical to ship and manufacture as compared to other pool types like concrete and fiberglass.
Concrete on the other hand, are considered far most popular, durable and effective as compared to other pool types. They can withstand different climatic conditions, but requires a little patience when it comes to installation, but unfortunately they are more expensive and takes more time to set up as compared to vinyl pools.
Fiberglass pools suit well in all conditions and in all soil conditions like moist, rainy, rock, frozen, etc. These pools have the ability to flex and accommodate movement. Also, can be taken care of with ease and can be installed without putting in much of your effort.
They come in a variety of designs, colours and shapes, and provides a wide range of floor patterns in order to fulfill your requirements.
When you choose us for building your pool, you truly are choosing a firm that can transform your vision into a place of beauty and enjoyment for years to come.
Our focus as Pool Builders is not only to provide the best pool construction, but the best overall experience.
Find out more about Inground swimming pools by visiting https://www.crystalpools.com.au/
Last month The Hills Shire Times ran the above article congratulating the winners in the 21st Hills Building and Design Awards.
Crystal Pools won two categories: Swimming Pool and Spa and Surrounds over $100,0001 in Annangrove and Swimming Pool and Spas up to $50,000.
» Read the article at the Hills Shire Times.
Crystal Pools won two awards at the 21st Hills Building and Design Awards announced at a Gala Dinner in May 2015. Andrew Rothery, Sales & Marketing Manager attended the evening and collected the awards.
21st Hills Building and Design Awards
Winner: Swimming pool – $100,001 and above
This swimming pool set on acreage in Annangrove features a family swimming area, a lap pool as well as a relaxing spa this pool can accommodate this young family’s needs. Featuring gas heating and a fully automatic cleaning system, this pool will look beautiful and function well with little effort from our busy clients.
Winner: Swimming pool – up to $50,000
This beautiful family pool fits perfectly into the family’s small backyard. Featuring timber decking, Travertine pavers and surrounded by frameless glass fencing makes this a very functional pool for a young family wanting to keep their eyes on the little ones.
The Crown Group took out the HIA Australian Outdoor Project of the Year award for their resort-style project Top Ryde City Living. This is the same complex that Crystal Pools won the Winner of the Excellence in Commercial Pools last year.
The Top Ryde complex features a unique and luxurious landscape integral in achieving a resort feel for this development. Tropical flora, natural materials and elements of water create an urban escape. The rooftop gardens incorporate timber, stone, steel and glass with low walls and wide planter boxes doubling as seats. The judges commented:
…the project transported visitors from its busy city location to a peaceful Balinese-style resort…
Many congratulations to the team at Crown Group.
Crystal Pools recently completed a commando indoor training pool at the MUR Holsworthy Army Base in Western Sydney.
The pool and gym training facilities were designed by Architects Conrad Garrett with Crystal Pools commercial division completing the 4ML pool installation. Trisley Hydraulic Services installed the water treatment plant, chemical control, dosing and UV installed by Trisley Hydraulic Services.
Read more about this project at Australasian Leisure Management.