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FAQS

Below you will find some of our most frequently asked questions.  
How can I make sure pool construction stays on schedule and on budget?
You should always agree on a detailed budget and estimated timeline before you sign a contract with a professional pool builder. Obviously, unforeseen factors can alter the schedule and sometimes impact the budget. For example, weather, customer change requests, permit delays, etc. can all affect the project, but a good builder will communicate and coordinate with you throughout the project to ensure successful pool construction and complete customer satisfaction.  
What is the best choice of a liner pattern for my pool?
Just like choosing a paint color for a room in your home, making a choice of liner pattern for your pool is a very personal choice. Many patterns are available to suit your decorative preferences. Ask yourself: what are the colors surrounding my pool? The colors of the coping, deck, house, and patio furniture are important considerations in selecting a pattern that ties into your backyard decor. Ultimately, selecting the ‘best pattern’ is part of the fun of owning a vinyl liner pool, so enjoy the opportunity to design your pool to your personal taste.  
How will energy-efficient products make a difference in my backyard and my power bill?
You should always agree on a detailed budget and estimated timeline before you sign a contract with a professional pool builder. Obviously, unforeseen factors can alter the schedule and sometimes impact the budget. For example, weather, customer change requests, permit delays, etc. can all affect the project, but a good builder will communicate and coordinate with you throughout the project to ensure successful pool construction and complete customer satisfaction.  
How will energy-efficient products make a difference in my backyard and my power bill?
Depending on the size of your pool, filtration equipment, and heating requirements, your energy driven equipment may operate up to 12 hours per day to properly circulate your water for effective filtration. A small increase in efficiency can yield larger savings later; therefore, the right pool equipment is essential to your power bill. Whether you’re building a new pool or replacing existing equipment, your equipment selection can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.  
What is the best choice of a liner pattern for my pool?
Depending on the size of your pool, filtration equipment, and heating requirements, your energy driven equipment may operate up to 12 hours per day to properly circulate your water for effective filtration. A small increase in efficiency can yield larger savings later; therefore, the right pool equipment is essential to your power bill. Whether you’re building a new pool or replacing existing equipment, your equipment selection can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.  
How do I get an inground pool liner back in the track?
Depending on the size of your pool, filtration equipment, and heating requirements, your energy driven equipment may operate up to 12 hours per day to properly circulate your water for effective filtration. A small increase in efficiency can yield larger savings later; therefore, the right pool equipment is essential to your power bill. Whether you’re building a new pool or replacing existing equipment, your equipment selection can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.  
What is a saltwater system?
Depending on the size of your pool, filtration equipment, and heating requirements, your energy driven equipment may operate up to 12 hours per day to properly circulate your water for effective filtration. A small increase in efficiency can yield larger savings later; therefore, the right pool equipment is essential to your power bill. Whether you’re building a new pool or replacing existing equipment, your equipment selection can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.  
How can I make sure pool construction stays on schedule and on budget?
Depending on the size of your pool, filtration equipment, and heating requirements, your energy driven equipment may operate up to 12 hours per day to properly circulate your water for effective filtration. A small increase in efficiency can yield larger savings later; therefore, the right pool equipment is essential to your power bill. Whether you’re building a new pool or replacing existing equipment, your equipment selection can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.