|Building An Inground Pool
Everyone at Midwest Pools knows that having an inground pool installed is a major event for a person or family. That is why we make the process as easy as possible from start to finish. Before purchasing a fiberglass pool, you can visit one of our two locations to view a variety of designs, see what the pools look like when they are in the ground, or even take a look at some of our past projects.
No one should have a pool built without first getting an idea of how everything is going to look and how much everything is going to cost. We will come to your home to inspect your backyard, and we can even show you how the pool will be laid out. At this time, you can receive a free estimate, as well.
Installing an Inground Fiberglass Pool
There are a few steps that need to be taken between the purchase and installation of a fiberglass pool. Underground lines, overhead lines, fences, surface drainage, retention walls and other landscaping elements need to be surveyed. Once this is done, and it is determined that there are no safety issues, rough framing can be completed, and the real building process can get under way.
First, a hole is dug and graded in the backyard. After that, the fiberglass pool arrives, and then it is set. Water is then added, and plumbing and concrete forms are set. When all of that is completed, the pool is finished. The building process for fiberglass designs is much faster than it is for concrete, taking no more than a couple of days. In some cases, work can even be completed within a single day.