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Concept #1Concept #1

This Spa is 10′-0″ in length and it’s variable width is shown on the drawing, being 7′-0″ at it’s widest. The Size is sized at 60-SF and 28-PF, as drawn. The bottom depth ranges from -36″ in the deepest part to -18″ to 20″ seating depth.

  • Click HERE to view example of Spa Bottom Contour

There step entry abuts the one end having 3-steps that are -9″ each

  • Click HERE to view Custom Benches and Steps

The Spa’s water volume is approximently 910 gallons, thus requiring a filtration pumping flow rate of 16 gpm in order to accomplish one turn-over per hour.

  • Click HERE to view pump curve performance

Fire / Water Feature

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Construction Details

The concrete flat-work is 400-SF with 18-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 Spa equipment area will need to determined and be compliant with mandated clearances.

Raised Bond Beam Sections…

There are (2) two sections of Waterfall Raised Bond Beam (+24″ and +48″), as well the Gunite Wall (+60″) that would be part of the structural elements. The wall would have the same as the house’s matching stone veneer applied.

  • Click HERE to view the construction of structural water features.

  • Conceptual Imagery…

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

    Spa Concept Concept After Example #2

    • Click HERE to view an example of another Fire Pit idea with a water feature element.

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