Geometric pools are known for the clean, crisp lines. Rectangular or square shapes are the common theme in geometric pools. Other names for geometric pools might be contemporary pools, Roman pools, or Grecian pools, but those pools tend to also incorporate half circles and arcs in their design.
Geometric pools are ideal for swimming laps, water volleyball and compliment many homes’ architecture. Geometric pools are characterized as having a specific shape such as a rectangle, oval, or square with straight edges and sharp lines. Geometric pools offer a more formal and contemporary feel.
Freeform pools are free flowing, with irregular shapes and designs of the water edge. Contemporary freeform pools will often have interesting landscape features such as rock and waterfalls that incorporate natural characteristics of the local region.
The freeform pool shape can incorporate dramatic curves for a modern look or maximize available swimming space with a more relaxed wavy design. If you’re looking for a more fun, informal, natural-looking pool shape, the freeform pool design is your best choice.
If a “Hard Dig” is required (excavating hard soil or rocks), additional time and equipment will be required and additional surcharges will occur. The surcharge will depend on the size of your pool, depth of the hardened soil and. We do everything we can to avoid any excavation surcharges.
Upon completion of the Electrical and Gas stage we are required to have a city inspection before we can proceed.
Pavers come in brick pavers, concrete pavers and tumbled travertine.
Outdoor kitchen/BBQ, fireplaces, sitting areas, ramadas, pergolas, etc. are then installed.