Pool Builders in Myrtle Beach
When you are looking for pool builders in Myrtle Beach, think about Arnold's Pools! We have been building swimming pools in the area for 30 years! Are you interested in the building process of a custom concrete swimming pool? Here are the basic steps that we follow on every job!
Construction of a SC Concrete Swimming Pool
Arnold's Pools uses a 100% shotcrete construction process that allows us to create a pool in the exact shape and size you want without limiting you to pre-set shapes. We are a premier pool builder for Myrtle Beach and the surrounding areas.
Swimming Pool Excavation
Building your custom concrete pool begins with the excavation process. We dig out the area necessary for the size of your inground pool and begin shaping the ground according to your swimming pool design.
Forming a Concrete Swimming Pool
Arnold's Pools will begin forming the walls around your custom pool design with steel grid construction. By the time this process is completed, you'll have a good idea what the outline of your new swimming pool will look like.
Shotcrete Process for the Walls of your
The next step is using a shotcrete process to install the concrete outline of your swimming pool around the steel grid walls built in step 2. Shotcrete is term used to describe the process of spraying concrete through a hose and provides the hard surfaces necessary for the interior design of your custom South Carolina pool.
Swimming Pool Decking & Coping
The decking and coping for your in-ground pool go hand-in-hand. Coping is the stone or concrete material used to cap off the pool walls. It finishes the edge of your pool so that it is flush with the pool decking. Arnold's Pools will carefully install the decking to mesh with the coping surrounding your new swimming pool. Ask us about coping that repells heat and feels cool to the touch even on the hottest days of our South Carolina summers!
THE FINAL TOUCHES!
Once the hard construction is completed, we install all of the final touches (such as landscaping, accessories, etc.).
Then, just add water!