Pool & Spa Depot
Sturdy and Dependable: Steel Wall Pools Make A Splash
Pool and Spa Depot is pleased to offer an affordable range of steel wall vinyl liner pools. These distinctive swimming pools are factory-engineered steel wall panels and made of corrosion-resistant galvanized steel with unparalleled strength. Sturdy, heavy-gauge galvanized steel braces around the entire pool provide solid support for pool walls. With several shapes and styles, this lets you customize the look of your new pool to match your needs and design ideas and budget.
The highly knowledgeable and experienced installation specialists from Pool and Spa Depot can expertly install your pool. Add-on extras to complete your backyard retreat. Pool and Spa Depot is the top-rated steel wall and concrete wall inground pool installation company in Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Cookeville, Bowling Green and Clarksville and with more than 50 years of experience in the swimming pool arena. So now you know you’ll get top quality from a reputable company. Also, we’ve been selected as one of the Top 50 Pool Builders in the U.S. by the APSP!
What’s Involved In Building A Steel Wall Vinyl Liner Pool?
Before ground is broken, a Pool and Spa Depot designer works with you to determine if the pool you want is the best option for your terrain. This is done with a store visit in person or it’s done on-site at your location. We offer a free design at the store; also, we can do a 3D design for a small fee. Once the pool is designed, we will detail the whole project out and price out your favorite options to take off or add. An install agreement will be signed, and a deposit will be secured.
Now, you’re officially on the construction schedule. Once the plans are good to go, the area is marked out to ensure that no underground pipes are hit during construction. Dimensions and grading are then double-checked, and then the excavation is dug out. The backbone of the pool (the steel panels) are then assembled around the perimeter of the pool. Bracing and deck support are installed to support the steel walls. Next, plumbing is installed. In order to support the structure, a concrete footer is poured to secure the structure.
The interior finish is completed with our exclusive Pool Bottom material, a porous mixture of sand and concrete. A vinyl liner of your choice is then installed and fitted, and the pool is then filled with water. Your licensed electrician makes all electrical connections, and they take care of your code inspections. After everything is complete, we clean and grade the yard to ensure that any construction debris is removed, and your yard is ready for summer. You will then learn how to take care of your pool at our Pool School.
Now, it’s time to enjoy your new pool!
Upgrades & Accessories for your Steel Wall Vinyl Liner Pool
During your initial consultation and visit to the pool park, you can browse our accessories and learn about upgrades such as UV sanitation, underwater lighting and in-floor cleaning systems. Consider including rock waterfalls, laminar jets, rain showers, sheer curtains, misters, lighting effects, and pool heaters. You can also accessorize your backyard with an outdoor kitchen, volleyball or basketball setups, backyard grills, fire pits, slides, loungers, pool covers, and outdoor furniture. Let your Pool and Spa Depot designer tell you about the latest and most innovative accessories to maximize your new lifestyle.
Adding a Fence to Your Steel Wall Vinyl Liner Pool
What about a fence? Great questions, most municipalities require the construction of a fence anytime a pool is installed. The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals recommend that pool owners use “layers of protection” to ensure that any swimming or poolside experience is completely safe, and recommend a minimum four-foot-high barrier that completely surrounds the pool. A variety of fencing materials are available from basic safety fencing to decorative wood, iron, aluminum, or vinyl and your Pool and Spa Depot designer can help you decide what will best fit into your budget and complement your poolscape.
Ok so now I know everything that goes into the planning of a steel wall vinyl liner pool project, what does one cost? What should I budget for the project? There are two things you need to consider when researching the cost of inground pools:
- The initial purchase price of the pool
- The lifetime cost of ownership associated with the pool
First, let’s take a look at the initial cost of just building the pool and then look at all of the options to get an idea of how much to budget for each. Keep in mind that these prices will vary greatly from region to region.
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