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Aimee and David's Pool

Posted by eimea (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 1, 05 at 20:58

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89 perimeter feet
501 sq ft - 17,000 gallons
A & A QuikCleanMAX in-floor cleaning system
Ocean Blue Pebble Sheen
San Diego Buff decking
NPTG Aztec Cobalt waterline tile


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RE: Aimee and David's Pool

Beautiful! I really like how the integrated the old concrete into the new!


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RE: Aimee and David's Pool

Looks great!!

If you do not mind me asking... who was your builder and how much was the pool and deck? Any reason you decided not to build a spa?


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RE: Aimee and David's Pool

boltsfan,

We are in Northern California/Central Valley area and used Aqua Pool and Spa. A large part of our deck (the stamped area) was existing... the pool/deck/waterfall was $33K. But we added infloor cleaning, upgraded pebble sheen, built in BBQ which took our total to about $46K. He currently have an above ground spa and love it. More jets, better seating, more comfortable...


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RE: Aimee and David's Pool

Aimee,

I finally can view your pictures! How beautiful your pool is! I simply love it. The color is so rich and inviting. I'm very happy for you. Tell us, what does it finally feel like to be able to jump in and swim in your own backyard. Is it as rewarding as I imagine?

I hope that the infloor system is wonderful for you, too, but don't tell me if it is. They talked us out of it and I'm still not convinced!

Best of luck!
Kristen


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