All of us at Compass Pools want to send our huge congratulations to our Sydney dealers, Local Pools and Spas, who won four awards at the prestigious NSW SPASA Awards recently. We’re delighted at their success as we enjoy a long-lasting and highly productive relationship with them. The awards they won are Gold – Residential Fibreglass Pool over $60,000 (Metropolitan), Silver – Residential Fibreglass Pool over $60,000 (State), Bronze – Residential Fibreglass Pool up to $40,000 (Metropolitan), and Bronze – Residential Fibreglass Pool $40,000 – $60,000 (Metropolitan). Learn more about this great success, discover some brilliant pool design ideas by looking at the best pools that have been awarded and learn why Local Pools and Spas are the best pool contractor to talk to when considering a pool in the Great South Sydney region.
How to Select the Best Pool Installer
Everyone considering building a pool wants to contract the best pool company to do the job. Future pool owners are looking for an experienced and skilled pool builder to get on the job and build the dream pool for them. We at Compass proudly manufacture high-quality swimming pools which are installed by authorised pool builders. You also have the option to do the installation yourself, however, consider if it is not more than you can chew. You can read more about the challenges of DYI pool installations here.
Find a Pool Builder Near You
So, if you are looking for the best pool company and wonder where to find one, head into our ‘Locate a pool builder’ section where you can find a pool company close to you. And the best news is, all of these pool builders have years of experience with installing Compass fibreglass pools, so you can rely on them to do a fabulous job in your backyard.
Each year, SPASA Victoria showcases excellence in the swimming pool & spa industry at the annual Awards of Excellence Gala Dinner. These prestigious awards cover a range of categories from finished pool & spa installations to the latest equipment innovations. Compass Pools Melbourne, our dealer building pools in the Greater Melbourne region, has again received multiple awards this year. There are multiple categories available within this prestigious event. Judges may award a Gold and/or Highly Commended, or no award, in each category. Read the article and discover astonishing pool design ideas in the two pool case studies – Paradise in the country and Renovation around the pool.
I guess first off most clients have a bit of an understanding of what they want. From there I lead into what they’re going to use the pool for, how much room they think they might need, how many kids, do they entertain a lot. It’s basically finding out what they need. From there we can work out the best way to go about that.
I guess the most common questions that we’re always asked is should I lay pavers on sand or should I lay them on concrete? Traditionally, we used to lay all our pavers on sand around a pool. Most of the time they were a small format, so we could get away with laying them. These days, most people want large format pavers, large format concrete or natural stone. So nowadays you can’t lay pavers on sand around the pool purely because of the movements around the sand that washes out. You get a far better job on concrete.