While it will only take a week or two from the time you dig the hole for your inground vinyl liner swimming pool until your vinyl liner swimming pool has water in it and is ready to swim in, the process of building the pool is a little more complicated. Depending on the season, you may wait more or less time for Fronheiser Pools builders to get to your build. You may also face delays with permits. No matter what pool you are planning to build, the best time to start is now.
Make plans with Fronheiser Pools to get on our schedule for an inground vinyl liner swimming pool build.
The first step in any pool build is to meet with the contractor and make plans for exactly what you want. The experts at Fronheiser Pools will help you visualize your backyard with 3D designs. Everything from landscaping ideas to patio furniture to outdoor kitchens can be included in your design. Long term, you save money by doing everything at once instead of building a pool and adding a kitchen or patio later. After the deposit, you will be put on our list of builds.
Get permits from your local municipality to build your inground vinyl liner swimming pool.
The next step is a wild card as to how long permitting can take. Some cities have things turned around a week or two, while others could take months. It just depends. We are familiar with our local municipalities and can give you an approximate time frame based on how long things typically take when customers are planning their pool with us. Again, if you are looking to have an inground vinyl liner swimming pool of your own, the sooner you start, the better.
Excavate the area for your inground vinyl liner swimming pool.
After all of the planning and waiting for permits, you will be ready to build when it comes your turn on our construction list. Our team will come out and begin excavation for your inground vinyl liner pool. Once this has started, it should only be a week or two before you are ready to go for a dip (as long as the weather permits)! While your yard may be messy during this time, the light at the end of the tunnel is near.
Place your vinyl liner in the swimming pool and fill it up!
The easiest part of the process is finalizing everything and filling your pool with water. Once the inground vinyl liner swimming pool is filled up with water and the chemistry is balanced, you are ready to take your first swim.
Keep the party going by having Fronheiser Pools design your entire backyard.
If you have us help you complete other aspects of your backyard oasis, the time frame could be a little longer. It will be worth the wait, though, to have the conversation areas, outdoor kitchen, fence, hot tub, or patio of your dreams.
If you have been waiting to install an inground vinyl liner swimming pool, don’t wait any longer. Get on our project list today. Our experts can help you design the backyard of your dreams.