Looking to design a pool in Avondale, Arizona? We can help! Here’s how we do it:
Pre-site Inspection: Our team will need access to your yard to verify measurements, setbacks, elevations and public utility locations.
Public Utility Lines: Arizona has a public service to locate all public utility lines. Clients may see paint on the street made by each utility. This service DOES NOT verify locations of septic, sewer, electric, or other lines within the barrier of the property.
Drafting: Our in-house draftsperson will take your Project Manager’s renderings and pre-site report to create a working CAD engineered plan. You will receive a copy of the engineered plan so that you, the client, may know all measurements, materials, locations, etc. If something does not look right or stands out as different from your perception of the conceptual renderings, this is a good time to bring it up and request any changes.
Permit Submittal: Once drafting is complete and there are no red flags from locating public utility lines and Pre-site, your project will be entered into your municipality’s Building Review Office for Permitting. Turnaround on the permit process is different for each municipality.
Layout: Based on your drafted construction plan we paint an outline of your pool, deck, masonry, and structures on the ground before any work begins. This gives you an opportunity to approve the shape and position before we excavate. Excavators use the layout as a guide when they dig the pool.
Material Selection: Our friendly and knowledgeable Material Specialists will guide you through the material selection process so your project is beautifully put together and tailored to your style.
Construction Manager Set-Up: This is the part of the process where you will be introduced to your assigned Construction Manager. The “CM” will set the height of the pool based on the decking material selected and the slope of the deck and yard.