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Completed N.C. Pool 24'x55'

Posted by lookin4auction (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 18, 06 at 10:45

24'x55' N.C. Pool with 4 Deck Jets, RBB, 8' Diving Board, 5'x20' Tanning Ledge, FlagStone Beach Entry and 9' Deep. Class V Pool (good for diving) 2 Colored Lights and 1400 SWG. (156 LF Pool) (1800sf Saw Cut Deck) (39,000 gals.) Custom Tile Mosaic in bottom of pool. Complete in 8 weeks and Under Budget. 1st power bill + $60.00 with pump and cleaner on 24 hrs. a day. I'll cut back to 6 hrs. a day
til Spring. !!! PLAN PLAN PLAN !!!

This Is My Design I worked a long time drawing and planning B-4 I got PB involved. I handed PB 11 pages of Designs and said build this. (Changes I would make None)

50% Blue Plaster for a Tropical Look.

Soft Scape Complete. Looking to start Hard Scapes. I designed a fence that has same pattern in it as floor of the pool (spray tile mosaic)

Comptete Nov. 22, 2006 1st swim Christmas Day
Merry Christmas to all. We will take a Christmas Day Plung

See other Albums Complete 1/ and some Landscaping/

Here is a link that might be useful: NC Pool Album

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RE: Completed N.C. Pool 24'x55'

Wow, beautiful .The tile work is gorgeous and I love the flag stone circle. You must be very pleased. Enjoy!

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Stain concrete or not? Best color?

RE: Completed N.C. Pool 24'x55'

Fantastic pool shape. Love the Bench.

RE: Completed N.C. Pool 24'x55'

Pool looks great, what part of NC are you from, and what builder did you use. And if you don't mind me asking what kind of budget did you have. I am getting quotes on a 18" x 35' pool and the prices are coming alot higher than I thought

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