The process of building an inground pool and spa can be divided into several phases. The first phase is the design phase, during which the client works with a pool designer to create a custom pool that meets their specific needs and preferences. This phase involves selecting the pool’s shape, size, depth, and features, such as lighting, waterfalls, and spas. The designer will also consider factors such as the site’s topography, soil type, and drainage to ensure the pool is structurally sound.
Once the design is finalized, the construction phase begins. This phase involves excavation of the site, which can be a significant undertaking depending on the size and complexity of the pool. The pool’s shell is then constructed using steel reinforcing bars and concrete. The plumbing, electrical, and filtration systems are installed, and the pool’s interior finish is applied. Finally, decking, landscaping, and any additional features such as a pool house or outdoor kitchen are added.
Hardscaping services encompass various aspects, including the installation of turf, which we performed on this clients backyard throughout other hardscaping we laid. Turf installation involves a meticulous process to create a vibrant and low-maintenance outdoor area. The initial phase is the planning stage, where you collaborate with a hardscaping expert to design a custom layout that suits your specific needs and complements the overall aesthetic of your property. This includes selecting the type of turf that best suits your climate and usage requirements.
Once the design is finalized, the installation phase begins. This typically starts with site preparation, which involves clearing the area of any existing vegetation and debris. The ground is then properly graded and leveled to ensure a smooth and even surface for the turf installation. If necessary, irrigation systems may be installed to support the turf's water needs.
Next, the turf is carefully laid out, taking into account proper alignment and seamless transitions between sections. It is secured in place using stakes or adhesive, ensuring a tight fit and preventing shifting. The edges are trimmed and blended to create a polished and professional appearance.
After the turf installation is complete, any necessary adjustments are made to ensure an even surface. The area is then thoroughly cleaned to remove any excess materials or debris. Ongoing maintenance services may be recommended, such as watering, fertilization, and periodic aeration to promote healthy turf growth and longevity.
Landscaping services involve a systematic process to create an appealing and sustainable outdoor environment. The initial phase is the planning stage, where you collaborate with a landscaping expert to design a custom layout that incorporates your preferences and meets the specific needs of your space. For this client we chose drought-tolerant plants that can thrive in the local climate, considering their color, texture, and growth patterns to create an aesthetically pleasing arrangement.
Once the design is finalized, the installation phase begins. This typically involves preparing the soil by removing any unwanted vegetation, weeds, or debris. Raised bed planters are constructed using appropriate materials such as wood or stone, ensuring proper drainage and stability. Drought-tolerant plants are carefully planted, taking into account their spacing and optimal conditions for growth. Mulch or gravel may be added to retain moisture and suppress weed growth.
Throughout the installation process, the landscaping team pays attention to the irrigation needs of the plants, ensuring efficient water usage and conservation. They may incorporate water-saving techniques such as drip irrigation systems or rainwater harvesting to further enhance sustainability.
After the installation is complete, the landscaping team conducts a thorough clean-up, removing any construction debris and ensuring the site looks tidy and inviting. Ongoing maintenance services may be offered to ensure the longevity and vitality of the landscape, including pruning, fertilizing, and periodic irrigation system checks.