Swimming Pool Construction
Abel Pool & Spa Inc. has been designing and building luxury in-ground, vinyl liner pools in the greater St. Louis area for decades. We are focused on providing the highest levels of customer satisfaction and we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.
Benefits of a Polymer Pool:
- 100% Corrosion Free, Sturdy Bracing System with Drive Stake Assembly
- Walls that Will Not Rust, Rot, Dent, or Corrode
- Lifetime Limited Transferable Warranty
- Chlorine Generator (Salt System) Friendly
- Engineered for Superior Strength and Endurance
- Rigid Polymer Panels
- Minimize Thermal Expansion
- Reduce Bowing and Deflection
- Easier to Build and Maintain True Walls
Things to Consider when Planning Your Pool
Decide How You Will Use Your Pool:
Will it be for recreation, exercise, entertaining or some combination of all of these? If you have a general idea of your intended use of the pool, it can help you work through the design process.
Keep Maintenance in Mind:
Different types of pools require different levels of maintenance. Some, like vinyl liner pools, are relatively simple to maintain. It can take just a few minutes a week to checkÂ water and chemical levels.
Know Your Backyard:
If you live on the side of a cliff with a steep grade and little or no access for construction vehicles, then you may run into some problems! If you have a tiny backyard but want an Olympic-sized pool, it may not be possible. But for the most
part, pool builders are very talented and creative when it comes to designing pools to fit in tight or awkward spaces.
Discuss Dollars and Sense:
Swimming pools can be expensive upfront, but the investment is worth it in the end and the enhanced backyard environment can add to the value of your home. Remember that you can often obtain financing and stretch your payments out over a long term often a monthly pool payment can be lower than a monthly car payment! Talk with your builder about what financing options are available. Also, maybe you don't have the funds to do a huge water feature or lighting system right now, but if you think you might want it in the future, tell your builder. It's much easier to plan for future plumbing and electrical needs upfront and work them into the design than to try and go backward later on