A nozzleman from Bowen Pools uses proper form to shoot gunite onto the pool structure for optimal structural integrity. Proper soil analysis and concrete strength are foundational to preventionBy Joe Bush Paolo Benedetti says pool owners should not have to accept cracks in pool shells as an inherent risk to
A 3D equipment set by Red Rock Pools and Spas New trend in equipment layout design, 3D/CAD imaging can be a helpful toolBy Wil Harrington Pool pad design is an intricate task for builders to create an optimally functional and aesthetically pleasing equipment layout. Increasingly, builders are turning to three-dimensional
Continuing education, communication aid transition to complex modern poolsBy Andrew Lisa If maintaining regular backyard pools is all you know, entering the high-end luxury segment may seem risky. As pools get more complex, margins for error get smaller and the cost of mistakes heads skyward. The good news is, any
Hydraulics: The systems that bring pools to lifeBy Andrew Lisa The spillover edges, waterfalls and other goodies that lend luxury to infinity pools and other exotic builds wouldn’t be possible without powerful and precise hydraulic systems. Those systems — like everything else — require maintenance and service, but they’re complex,
Part 3 of 5: Caring for finishes depends on materialBy Andrew Lisa It’s not an exaggeration to say great pools demand a lot from their finishes. Pumps and plumbing have to work well but don’t have to look good. Aesthetic amenities have to look good — and not much else.