We appreciate the opportunity to create a backyard environment that will bring you pleasure and enhance the value of your home for years to come.
We serve all of Collier and Lee County not just Naples for inground pool construction. If you are not living in Naples, Florida - and are in another locality such as Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Lehigh Acres, Fort Myers or Cape Coral - in fact anywhere within Collier or Lee County - we want to hear from you. Please click on the ONLINE SUPPORT icon at the top of the screen or visit our online contact form here. We are the best in the area for inground swimming pool construction.
You can also check out our other pages for inground pool construction in your area:
» Inground Pools Bonita Springs
» Inground Pools Cape Coral
» Inground Pools Fort Myers
» Inground Pools Lee County and Collier County - all areas covered !!
When you call on Suncoast Custom Pools for an estimate, we don't just come out and SELL you a pool. We meet with you to LISTEN to your ideas, evaluate the options available and determine what style and feel you are trying to achieve. After careful measurements are taken and an assessment of the area is done, our designers create a detailed, professional pool design for your review.
After the design of the inground swimming pool is finalized and all your selections have been made, you can leave the rest to us. We take care of the permits, inspections and even provide you with a highly trained construction superintendent who will act as your personal liaison throughout the duration of the project.
Installing a swimming pool takes a lot of work, but the finished product is a work of art.
To make it easy for you to visualize the process, we have broken it down into the following steps. We welcome you to contact us at anytime with questions you may have about your pool construction.
Before we begin excavating, we mark the area where your new pool will eventually be situated. The layout is based on your custom design, and upon your approval, we will begin digging.
Now it’s time to dig! It usually will take a day to complete the excavation process depending on a few variables.
Steel reinforcing adds strength and life to your inground swimming pool shell. We use Steeltex® and place #3 Rebar on 12 inch centers. Gunite is pneumatically applied under great pressure to bond tightly around the steel to create your pool shell.
We use high-grade schedule 40 PVC pipe. It's designed to prevent leaks and deterioration. All the connections are solidly bonded and the entire plumbing system is hydrostatically pressure tested.
We install tile along what will be the waterline of the interior of your inground pool. You will have many options of tile to choose from.
A wide variety of options are available to you when selecting the decking for your pool. Our most common selections are brick pavers decks or concrete decks with an acrylic topping.
We will set your pool equipment and have it wired by a licensed electrical contractor.
We will cover the surface of your pool with a pebblecrete finish.
To comply with Florida law there are a number of finishing options available to you. Florida law states that there must be a barrier around the perimeter of your new swimming pool. It must either have a screen enclosure or a fence with a latching gate. All windows and doors leading to the pool area must also have safety alarms.
Now we will fill your inground pool. Once it is full we will start up your inground pool equipment and add necessary chemicals to the water.
The last step of the construction process is a complete site cleanup and the final grading.
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