Finding the Best Trades People

Everybody wants to go with the best pool contractor to build their dream pool. Transforming your backyard is not an easy task and you need to find a company that is experienced, responsible and also responsive. To select the best pool contractor, you should consider their track record, local references and their attitude towards your project from the beginning. References from people who already have a fibreglass swimming pool installed will be probably the most trustworthy resource you should consider.

Authorised Pool Contractors Near You

We at Compass Pools are proud of our authorised pool builders who accomplish amazing projects each year. Many of them collect shining awards from national and local organisations in recognition of the commitment and quality of their work. Browse some of the success stories of selected pool builders and get inspiration for your quest to select the best pool contractor.

 

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Compass Pool’s Swimming Pool Construction Process

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.

Pool 101 How long does it take to build the pool

How long does it take to build a pool?

One common question we get asked is “how long will it take to build my new pool?” The answer to that question depends on a number of different factors which include (but are not limited to the planning process, the type of pool (concrete or fibreglass for example), the time of the year, your local consent authority or other contractors. Let’s take a look at how these factors can influence your pool construction to help you plan your new pool project.