Swimming Pool Construction

Building Your Mossing Pool

When you're investing in an addition to your home that's as permanent as a pool, you should understand the difference between a pool that just looks good in a picture and one that is well designed and engineered. Your backyard is about to go through an amazing transformation and it's very exciting to see it happen. Keep that exhilarating feeling for years to come with a high quality pool from Mossing Pools.
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Engineered to Last : Concrete & Fiberglass - Uniwall

  • 1. 43"/48" Fiberglass Wall (Uniwall)
  • 2. Coping, Safety or Cap
  • 3. Aluminum "U" Channels)
  • 4."Pocket" Forming Material
  • 5. Aluminum H-Bars, Vert. 49", 56" or 60"
  • 6. Stainless Nuts & Bolts
  • 7. Eye Bolts & Square Nuts
  • 8. 3/8" Steel Reinforcing
  • 9. Recepticles
  • 10. Concrete Footing
  • 11. Concrete Pockets
  • 12. Concrete Deck
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Phases of the Construction Process

Excavation

Once the pool is painted on the ground, the backhoe will be in your yard within days to carve out the pool shape and depth with the aid of crew members. When the dig is completed, braces are set to support the one piece fiberglass wall.
Swimming Pool and Spa site preparation construction

The majority of dirt from the excavation process will be removed, free of charge, during the excavation. Don’t be concerned if some dirt remains, as we will use this for other phases of the construction. If you would like a portion of this dirt reserved for landscaping purposes or some other uses, just let us know where and how much you desire.
Swimming Pool and Spa site preparation construction

Fiberglass Wall Set

The one piece fiberglass wall is set in place, leveled and braced. A concrete footer will be poured and the red pockets will be filled with concrete to support and reinforce the wall.

 In-Floor-Cleaning System Plumbed.

The plumbing for such a system takes place after the wall is set and before the footer and pockets are poured.

Concrete Footer And Wall Pockets Poured

Once the pool is painted on the ground, the backhoe will be in your yard within days to carve out the pool shape and depth with the aid of crew members. When the dig is completed, braces are set to support the one piece fiberglass wall.
Swimming Pool and Spa site preparation construction

Pool Plumbing Starts (ongoing)

We love to start plumbing at this point but all projects vary.

Concrete Bottom Poured

The wall is securely imbedded with the placement of the reinforced concrete floor.
Swimming Pool and Spa site preparation construction

Interior Work Starts (ongoing)

Once the concrete bottom is poured, work on all interior additions such as tile and in-floor cleaning systems starts. Tile is bonded to the wall with silicone adhesive and finshed with a silicone grout. In-floor pipes are cut flush to the concrete surface and finished per the manufacturer. The concrete floor is prepped and then sealed with a decorative, non-porous epoxy.

Pool Back-filled

After a pressure test of the pool plumbing, the scheduled back-fill material is placed around the pool and compacted.  The pool deck is now ready for forming.
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Coping Poured or Set

Per your contract we will either set a vinyl coping or pour a concrete cantilevered coping (shown) at this point.  The photo also shows completed tile and preperation for paint.

Pool Deck Poured

The concrete is placed around the top perimeter of the pool forming the deck.