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Sacramento Pool Construction Rec's Needed!

Posted by Cubsgirl (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 23, 12 at 10:59

We are in South Land Park and want to put in a rectangular, in-ground pool - nice, but nothing extravagant. Would greatly appreciate any recommendations for pool construction companies. Your help is much appreciated and thanks in advance!

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RE: Sacramento Pool Construction Rec's Needed!

Try Geremia Pools. Does a great job and been around a long time.

RE: Sacramento Pool Construction Rec's Needed!

Thanks golfgeek. I have come across their name the most, but have found mixed reviews. Did you use them personally?

RE: Sacramento Pool Construction Rec's Needed!

I know Mike from industry functions. Knew Frank(Mike's Dad) and his brothers for 30 years and have been to visit their operation on many occasions.
They have a good reputation within the pool industry.

RE: Sacramento Pool Construction Rec's Needed!

There's also Premier Pools, Aquatique, and Wells Pools.

We're just finishing up a owner builder in Granite Bay. Good luck!

RE: Sacramento Pool Construction Rec's Needed!

back in 2006 we used Premiere. We interviewed several. They met our demands/needs when other companies wanted to charge extra, etc. and also built our neighbors at the same time as ours.

the only complaint I had was the service provided by the actual plaster company they used. Most everything was inhouse so the service, especially the crew who installed the tiles, were great. The plaster company was rude, insulting, smoked while working, left a MESS beyond normal, acted like they were doing us a favor and "just wanted to get done as soon as possible so they could end day early".

Rudy was our guy, he knew everything there was to know. Even some things the other companies did not know or did not want to get us the answers for. Like county lines, easements.

I would use them again in a heartbeat unless I did owner build. I just liked having one place to go to for warranty issues and such.

Good luck.

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