One of our most popular San Diego swimming pool features is the Sam Light. Set your pool or spa to a single color or spin through its seven color wheel spectrum.
-Fits all full size Pentair/PacFab/American/Purex niches
-4,000 hour halogen life minimizes relamping frequency
-Same 3-wire installation as standard pool light
-3-Year limited warranty
Add ambiance to your pool with lighting features. Set your pool or spa to a single color or select from a variety of colors to set the tone of the evening. Click here to choose what suits your style.
Coping is the one-foot section on the outside of the pool that separates the pool from the decking. Click here to choose the coping that suits your style. Some choices are considered upgrades and will incur an extra charge. Please send us an e-mail with your choice so we can verify the price prior to ordering.
Tile is the portion on the inside of your pool at the top that connects to the coping edge. This is what sets your pool apart with design and personality. Click here to choose the tile that suits your style. Be sure to click on the side option for “Type” to drill down the different material types. Some choices are considered upgrades and will incur an extra charge. Please send us an e-mail with your choice so we can verify the price prior to ordering.
Decking is the surface that surrounds your pool. You have a choice between concrete or pavers. We have a variety of options from different vendors for pavers; please see the below links to choose the pavers that suits your style. Some choices are considered upgrades and will incur an extra charge. Please send us an e-mail with your choice so we can verify the price prior to ordering.
Add some tranquil detail to beautify your pool space with some water features; such as sheer descents, water bowls, water bubblers, streams, etc. Browse the following links for some inspiration and let us know if you’d like us to incorporate any of these features to your design.
“Mastic” is a rubberized flexible sealant placed between the deck and the coping. It is one of our more important San Diego swimming pool features, and serves two purposes.
First, it helps prevent water from running into the ground below the deck. If water does penetrate the ground, it often causes swelling which can cause the deck to shift or crack.
Second, the mastic provides for an expansion joint, allowing for the natural swelling and contracting of the cement. Expansion joints are necessary because concrete expands when it gets hot and shrinks when it gets cold. This normal change in size can cause cracking or other problems.
The mastic is usually installed about two weeks after the pool has been completed and started up. This waiting period allows the deck to settle and cure properly. Mastic placement usually takes about half a day.
While it is not always possible to do so, when it can be done, it is advisable to complete the landscaping before plastering your pool. This is because the fertilizers used in landscaping can be very harmful to pool water, and may cause discolor or permanently stain new plaster. We would be happy to put you in touch with a landscaper to assist you in this phase.
Although Landscape installation occurs fairly late in the construction schedule, it is important that you start planning for it very early, preferably as soon as you design the shape and location of your new pool.