With the insulated pool wall system, you can build the pool yourself and/or contract out work
you don't want to do.
You'll save 50% on building costs compared to what a pool builder would charge to build a
similar pool (only their pool is not insulated).
Excavation (a dig plan is included)
Gravel (that needs to be placed and compacted in the excavated area prior to setting wall panels)
Plastering the foam panels (with two coats of structural plaster with a polypropylene mesh embedded
between the 1st and 2nd coats). The plastered panels need to cure about 5-7 days and should be sprayed or
misted down with water on both sides of the panels for first 3-5 days
3/4" Pea-gravel for back-fill, which is placed around the outside of the pool in the excavated area
(and is self-compacting, allows the pool to be in its own environment while helping it be resistant to free
active earth movement)
Pour a 4" concrete floor and ring-beam around the pool along with the equipment pad
A small amount of plumbing and electrical is needed for setting equipment
Install pool coping and decking around the pool
Apply the EVM Coating (roll-on or spray-on) interior finish (and install pool tile border around the top of pool)
Installation of pool equipment, establish power to equipment pad.
We provide the wall panel system, mesh, and equipment for the pool and/or, but you will have additional costs.
We usually figure costs associated with building pools are double the cost of a kit to figure an approximate
total cost for the pool.
The following is a list of the additional materials needed for Pool Design #10/1:
5' Tri-Stakes (Steel
or Barb-wire Fence
posts) for Tie-backs and
3/8" Pea Gravel
720 Sq. Ft.
Arch Aid (Plaster
2" PVC Schedule 40
Pipe & Sweep 90's for
In all of our quotes, we give you a list of the materials (i.e., gravel, concrete, etc.)
and approximate amounts required so you can get an estimate of your costs. In addition,
you would need to add the cost of the equipment you are purchasing and any coping and concrete
around the pool for an approximate total budget for your project.