A lot varies when building a pool. But most of the time a fiberglass pool can be built within 2 to 3 weeks. Even be done in a week if everything goes well. But there’s still things like, weather, permits, inspections, hitting rock while digging, power lines that may need to be relocated (which we aren’t responsible of but we can help with the process to get it done) all these things can delay the project but it’s a normal part of the construction process, even at all that it’s still a very speedy process. Most the time the longest part is actually the wait time of making the pool shell, getting permits, and depending on the time of the year, we will already have some pools lined up in front of you; that’s the longest part. But I’m talking about the time we get there; Day 1 to the day we finish is usually a smooth process, 2 to 3 weeks for most Fiberglass pools compared to Concrete pools that take 12-24 weeks, Yikes!
I remember one couple a little while back he had started talking to me about an experience about his stucco wall getting put up and the contractor had told them it will take 4 to 6 weeks, well they told me it took 7 months to get finished. They started telling me how frustrated they were and so on and so on.
So then I went on to tell them the usual a fiberglass pool can take 2 to 3 weeks if everything goes smoothly.
Well are first challenge was there had to be a power line to be relocated something I just mention above. Well relocating a power line is a topic on its own, cause of the challenge to have it relocated, ill explain it here. Anyway even though this couple had plenty of room to put the pool somewhere else in their backyard, they were dead set on putting it where they wanted it but we needed to move a power line. The homeowner then had to deal with the power company to get there line relocated but if that ever needs to happen we will be glad to help you through it.
So then we were on standby waiting for the relocate, when we got to the job and started digging we ended up hitting rock, in most cities that we build pools we don’t run into this problem but that held us back for a good while; the rock was a lot of work to get through it but we got it done like we always do. Then the last challenge was the shipment for the deck pavers for the pool deck had been delayed cause of weather all in all the whole job was finished in 3 weeks.
Actual days on the job was only 12 days, not bad uh?
Here’s a video of this same customer I just talked about giving his testimonial.