Doing a job well involves many people. We at Nolan Pools feel we have the best people in the world to build you that quality inground pool.
You should recognize that there a few checkpoints for you, the customer, to consider before making that pool purchase.
What is your gut feeling about the pool company? Are you being oversold? Are you comparing apples to apples when shopping? Are you getting what you are paying for? How long has the company been doing business in Arkansas? Is the pool company informed on new technology? Is the pool company quick with referrals?
Doing a job well starts with your selection of a pool company. We encourage each prospective client to compare our products with those of our competitors.
IMPORTANT! Check with the Arkansas Better Business Bureau before making your final choice. Ask other pool owners about the pool company they used and learn if there were any unresolved issues from the building process.
Doing the job well also involves making sure the job is done in a timely manner and that all permits are obtained and Arkansas One-Call is notified.
Many homeowners worry about how the construction process will affect their homes and their lives. To ease your mind, we’ve assembled a step-by-step outline to help you know what to expect.
Here are the steps:
Excavation for a pool is a job for an experienced backhoe operator. Normally the side excavation is approximately two feet beyond the finished pool perimeter to allow for assembly and a concrete footing to be installed.
The second step includes assembly of the pool panels, if it is a liner pool and stairs, coping receptor, skimmer and inlets as well as suction and return plumbing.
The next step is concrete decking. However, in some cases and with certain water table situations, the liner will be installed before the decking is poured. The pool structure is strong enough to allow installation to proceed in either manner.
In this photo we see the liner is installed. The liner will be snapped into the track and a pool vac will pull the liner down into the pool. Water will then start filling the pool to insure the liner has best fit possible.
While the pool is filling the equipment will be set and plumbing completed. After clean up you get to….. enjoy many years of fun to come in your brand new pool!!