Building Custom Built Gunite Pools
How much do gunite pools cost?
Gunite pools are easily the most customizable pool type available. A gunite pool, professionally installed, typically costs between $80,000 – $250,000, depending upon customization.
Express yourself with custom Gunite Pools from Pool & Spa Depot. Gunite pools are a popular choice for homeowners because they can be custom designed and offer the ability to create luxury tailored finishes. Whatever you envision, it’s possible with a gunite pool! Create any size or shape you desire, and include sleek curves as well as attractive extras. It’s perfect for fitting into tight spaces or creating a non-traditional pool project.
Custom Gunite Pools
Pool & Spa Depot Designs And Builds Luxury Gunite Pools, Any Size, Any Shape
The framework of a gunite pool encompasses a grid of rebar for maximum strength, which is custom fit to the individual pool’s design. Then gunite is sprayed on with a shotcrete hose, providing the strongest in-ground pool possible. When you want that one-of-a-kind look for your backyard oasis, a gunite pool is the way to go. As follows, Pool and Spa Depot exceeds the industry standard both on rebar schedule and shotcrete thickness. Please see a sales associate in your nearest Pool and Spa Depot retail location for more information.
The gunite pool is so popular because they offer endless extravagant options, including flush or raised spas, stone grottos, beach entrances, zero-gravity entrances, raised beams, and the amazing negative edge spillover. Interior finishes include colored plasters, rock textures, pebble surfaces and the luxury polished glass. Underwater lighting and in-floor cleaning systems are also offered. Consider including spillover spas, rock waterfalls, interior finishes, and colors, accent medallions, laminar jets, rain showers, sheer curtains, misters, lighting effects, and pool heaters. The possibilities are limitless with a gunite pool!
All of these options are compatible with a remote control system, allowing you to control your entire pool from your smartphone! This offer is among the newest technologies available. With Pool & Spa Depot’s automated control systems, scheduling and operating your filtration cycles, heating, pool and landscape lighting, sanitizing, waterfalls and fountains will all be blissfully automatic. System controllers and remote controls have been designed to be push-button simple, with easy-to-read digital displays and step-by-step menu- driven instructions. Talk to your design professional to choose the right automation system for your pool.
What’s Involved In Building Gunite Pools?
Before ground is broken, a Pool & Spa Depot designer works with you to determine if the pool you want is the best option for your terrain. This can be done with a store visit or on-site at your location. We offer a free design mockup at the store, and we can do a 3D design for a small fee. Once the pool itself is designed, we will detail the whole project with any special features you choose to add.
Once you sign your install agreement and secure your deposit, we officially start your pool construction! 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. Next, plumbing is installed, and a pressure test is performed. A separate team custom-installs the rebar grid, which runs along the floor and walls of the pool.
Next, gunite/shotcrete is applied pneumatically. Benches and any other nooks are hand-sculpted before the pool cures, and then our qualified electricians install the necessary electrical work. Next it’s time for back-filling, your decking and coping is installed, tile or other visual features are added, and the final interior pool finish is applied. At this point, your pool is finished and ready for your enjoyment!
Pool & Spa Depot professionals will teach you how to operate and maintain your pool in our signature Pool School. 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.