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Concept #2

This pool is now 35′-6″ in length and it’s variable width is shown on the drawing. The pool is sized at 480-SF and 95-PF, as drawn. The bottom depth ranges from 3’6″ in the shallow to 7′-0″ in the deep end.

  • Click HERE to view example of Pool Bottom Contour

There is a -18″ Cabo Shelf abutting the shallow end of the pool and a -18″ Swim-Out Bench adjacent to the deep end.

  • Click HERE to view Custom Benches and Steps

The pool’s water volume is approximently 18,500 gallons, thus requiring a pumping flow rate of 51 gpm in order to accomplish Title 24’s energy efficiency guidelines.

  • Click HERE to view pump curve performance

Fire / Water Feature

  • Click HERE to view a sample Fire Water Feature

Construction Details

The concrete flat-work is 1,050-SF with 95-LF of cantilever edge. The development of specifications for pouring, placing and finishing the concrete flat-work can establish the criteria for how to accomplish a 1st Class standard. These directions can involve;

Pool Equipment Pad Location

The pool equipment Set-Backs are 5′-0″ as is typical…thus we have placed the equipment on the right side of the home (9′-0″ between home and fence) in order to be compliant with clearances.

Raised Bond Beam Sections…

There are (2) two sections of Raised Bond Beam (+36″ and +18″), as well as (2) two Gunite Wall sections (+42″ and +24″). This together with reusing the existing rock boulders will help to recapture usable space by cutting back into the existing slope.

  • Click HERE to view an example of Raised Bond Beam

Conceptual Imagery…

Click on the image below to view a Conceptual Image of your new pool from this vantage point…

Swimming Pool Concept After Example #2

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