Take a look at some of our frequently asked questions and their answers
Can you install a pool in my small backyard?
We’ll work diligently with your provided survey to unlock the potential for a pool in any space you may have. While variances may be required, the beauty of new pool construction technology allows us to find innovative solutions and create a tailored pool to any-sized space. Our commitment to utilizing cutting-edge construction methods ensures that your vision of a beautiful pool can become a reality, even in spaces that may present challenges. Trust us to navigate the intricacies of your unique location, turning limitations into opportunities and transforming any space into a captivating and inviting pool space.
What pool shape will work best for me?
But when Rich comes out to view your potential site, his extensive experience in the industry and eye for untapped potential allows him to have an immediate vision and plan for your specific needs and the location of the pool. Your preferences and the unique characteristics of your space guide this collaborative process, ensuring that the end result aligns seamlessly with your vision, style, and the practical considerations of your property.
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What’s the difference between pavers and concrete?
Pavers and concrete are both popular materials for creating outdoor surfaces, such as patios and walkways. Here are the key differences between the two:
- Pavers: Pavers are typically made from various materials such as concrete, brick, natural stone, or clay. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colors, offering a wide range of design possibilities.
- Concrete: Concrete surfaces are made from a mixture of cement, water, and aggregates (like sand and gravel). Concrete can be poured and shaped into various forms, providing versatility in design.
- Pavers: Pavers are individual units that interlock or are set closely together on a sand or gravel base. The installation involves careful placement and leveling of each paver.
- Concrete: Concrete is poured as a liquid mixture into forms and then leveled and smoothed. It requires proper curing time to achieve its full strength.
3. Design and Aesthetics:
- Pavers: Pavers offer a more diverse range of design options due to the variety of materials, shapes, and colors available. They can create intricate patterns and textures.
- Concrete: While concrete can be stamped, colored, or textured to enhance its appearance, it generally has a more uniform and smooth surface compared to the individualized look of pavers.
4. Repair and Maintenance:
- Pavers: Individual pavers can be replaced if damaged, providing a cost-effective and straightforward solution for repairs.
- Concrete: Cracks in concrete can be more challenging to repair seamlessly, and the entire slab might need replacement in some cases.
- Pavers: Pavers are known for their durability and resistance to cracking. They can withstand freeze-thaw cycles better than some concrete surfaces.
- Concrete: While concrete is durable, it may be prone to cracking over time, especially in regions with extreme temperature fluctuations.
- Pavers: Pavers can be more expensive upfront due to the individual units and the labor-intensive installation process.
- Concrete: Concrete tends to have a lower initial cost, but factors such as decorative finishes and long-term maintenance should be considered.
Ultimately, the choice between pavers and concrete depends on your preferences, budget, and the specific requirements of your project.
Do you handle the zoning and permit process?
Once our initial plan is complete and approved by YOU, we will submit all necessary documentation and paperwork to the town to attain the appropriate approvals needed!