Purchasing a Pool Enclosure

Our pool enclosure purchasing process allows our customers to receive professional service, competitive pricing and quality installation.

Our pool enclosure has changed our lives! It has become the living area preferred by me and the grand kids.  ~ Julie and Eric Z.

Here’s an overview of what you can expect when contacting us about a pool enclosure:

Step 1- Initial Contact:

Whether you contact us through our website or call us directly, you can expect a courteous response. We will ask you a few questions about your home and pool like:

  • Size of the swimming pool with deck
  • Style of pool enclosure you prefer
  • If there will be any construction concerns like obtaining home owner association (HOA) approval
  • Your ideal budget for the pool enclosure

We’ll also ask for photos of the pool taken from the corners of your pool deck so we have a good view of the pool orientation in relation to the home.  Once we’ve got all of your information together our estimator will get a preliminary quote together.

Step 2 – Consultation and Design Quote:

We will review the preliminary quote with you and discuss your questions or additional options.  Once you are comfortable with the design, and the details of the related construction have been covered, all we need to get the process moving is your approval with a signature and a small deposit.

Many projects will move forward with contingencies for home owners Association (HOA) and pending bank financing. We will guide you through both of these processes.

Step 3- Manufacturing Process:

Once your project moves into the production phase your consultant will be in contact with you regularly to keep you up to date on the progress.

The first thing we do at our manufacturing facility is create a set of detailed shop drawings for you to review and approve. Once these are completed (usual 4 weeks), your consultant will review these drawings with you and either approve them for manufacturing or make the necessary changes you request. If changes are needed, you can either approve the drawings as noted, or request that you review again for final approval.

When approved the project is released to operations, your new room goes on the production schedule. Depending on the complexity of the room, the manufacturing process normally takes approximately 8-12 weeks to complete.  Extremely custom rooms or custom painted units may require additional time.

When the pool enclosure is ready for installation it will be shipped directly to your home pending installation by our installation team. You will be contacted by our installation manager to review installation procedures and schedule.

We take great pride in building you a custom pool enclosure that is completely manufactured in the United States!

Step 4- Related Construction:

Many project require construction work that is not part of our agreement. This could include

  • architectural drawings,
  • permitting,
  • demolition,
  • concrete work,
  • masonry,
  • electrical,
  • carpentry work,
  • plumbing, etc.

We will review any anticipated construction with you and our construction consultant (an experienced 3rd party) will oversee and guide you through this step.

After the architectural drawings have been approved by you, the construction consultant will obtain at least 3 quotes from qualified contractors in your area.  Quotes will be reviewed and the consultant will advise you as to which contractor to select.

The selected contractor will obtain a permit, if necessary, and begin the related construction work.  The construction consultant will be in contact with the contractor on a daily basis to assure the job progresses on schedule and as anticipated.

These things will all be discussed and outlined thoroughly prior to your agreement to purchase the pool enclosure.

Step 5- Installation:

When the related construction is done and the site of your pool enclosure is ready,  our installation team takes over and erects your pool enclosure. Our installation teams are factory trained. In most markets this will not be the contractor who provided the related construction.

Many of our installers have been working with us for a very long time and also install our large commercial projects across the United States.  You can be certain that you are receiving a quality installed product. The best product in the world will not work well if it is not installed properly.

Step 6- Completion

After the installation is completed the contractor who provided the related construction usually has a few small items to complete.  That’s it, you’re ready to take the plunge in your newly covered pool and you’ll be swimming all year long!

Ready to start? Contact us today!

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