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New Pool Build North Texas-Formal Pool Design

Posted by Steph2011 (My Page) on
Wed, May 18, 11 at 7:59

Summary of Included Pool Specifications:
35'x14'Pool with separate spa
Depth: 3'6' - 5' - 4'
122' Perimeter with 511 Square Foot surface area Pool & Spa
94' Perimeter with 462 Square Foot surface area Pool
24' Stone Pool Beam Per plan
18' 7x7' Raised Spa W-fountain & Hidden spillway
Jandy DE 60 sq.ft. filtration system
Jandy Stealth 2.0 hp. Pump
Jandy Pro Never Lube valves throughout
400,000 BTU Pool/Spa Heater
Jandy Salt Purification System
Polaris 280 pool cleaner w- _ hp. Pump
746 sq.ft. Travertine Decking
96 sq.ft. Travertine Decking (top)
24' Wide Travertine Coping
6'Tile upgrade
Travertine Spa Cap & Veneer
Luna Quartz Interior Finish-Barbados Blue or Aruba Sky
Jandy PDA Wireless PS4 controller

Here is a link that might be useful: Photo Gallery of my pool build


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RE: New Pool Build North Texas-Formal Pool Design

Hi Steph, your pool looks great, I love your waterline tile!! Is plaster next for you? We're at a similar stage and just waiting for the rain to stop here in Boston so that we can pebble. Very exciting!


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RE: New Pool Build North Texas-Formal Pool Design

Thank you, we have belabored every single detail as, I am sure, everyone does. No, we still have the deck to be laid, sprinkler re-route, cleanup and then plaster last. I am right outside of Dallas, so we are still having spring showers and it might be a bit. Plus, the travertine we ordered for the deck is honed and the decking place only carries tumbled, so I am not sure how we figure that out.


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RE: New Pool Build North Texas-Formal Pool Design

What is your waterline tile? It is great!


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RE: New Pool Build North Texas-Formal Pool Design

Oh thanks. We loved that tile as well. It is from Noble Tile here in Dallas. It is from the rainforest collection mosaic, lavender blue color. http://nobletile.com/rainforestR.html

Here is a link that might be useful: Link to the tile.


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RE: New Pool Build North Texas-Formal Pool Design

Current photo of pool 06/07/11

Here is a link that might be useful: Current photo of pool 06/07/11- photo test


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