Gunite Pools

What is a Gunite Swimming Pool?

Once the excavation process is complete, the rebar structure is built inside to make the desired shape of the inground pool. When the rebar is complete, electric, plumbing and bonding of the pool is done. Next is the inspections for the local township. They make sure the pool is to local and nation code. Safety is always a priority.

Gunite is the next major step in the pool building process. Gunite trucks come to the site to spray and shoot the entire pool. Once that is all set, the electric, plumbing is completed, and all equipment is hooked up. Tiles, coping and any additional work is completed. After this stage, your inground swimming pool is prepped for plaster.

Water is added into the pool immediately following the completion of plaster. Filter is turned on right away to start cleaning to purifying the pool. For 10 days prior, your pool is brushed at least twice a day while the filter is running. After this ten day period, the pool is ready for its initial startup. All equipment is turned on and we provide a tutorial to each client. We will go over everything with you to learn how to use all your new pool equipment.