The lazy days of summer when the sun is shining and it is hot and humid are meant for slowing down and connecting with family, friends and neighbors. Having an inground pool right in your backyard is a great way to bring everyone together at your home for fun and parties. At Caribbean Pools & Spas, our team has been working with our community members in the Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland areas for years. We can help you bring your ideal backyard oasis to reality with our new pool services that take you from Step 1 right to swimming. There is no need to worry about the process as we are right there with you every step of the way.
If you are not sure about design details and how to bring your whole area to life, let us take you through the steps. We have been installing inground pools since 1976, so we know a thing or two about how the whole process works and what will fit your unique backyard. Our pool specialists approach each project with an eye toward design and craftsmanship along with quality customer service. You can expect that during the pool construction process, we will first sit down with you to determine the exact shape and style of your pool to fit your yard and property. Your poolscape is also part of your process as it is where you will relax when you are not in the water.
Your actual pool construction is a process. There are many parts that go into putting your pool into place. We will take care of everything for you, including lighting, electrical work, tiling, cement, initial startup, water chemical balancing, obtaining your permit for construction and more. You will receive everything that you need for your first pool season from us as well. Your new pool kit has all of the equipment that you need. Our knowledgeable crew members can help you with your chemical testing by testing your water for you and offering advice on what to add. We will also assist with your initial winterization after your first swimming season.
The part of pool ownership that can be challenging is ensuring that your water chemistry is at its best level throughout the warm weather. Many things can affect your water’s chemistry, including the temperature, amount of sunlight that your pool receives and amount and types of debris that fall into it. We can work with you to test your water by coming out as part of our pool maintenance services. Varied levels of service can assist you as a new pool owner.
When you are ready to install an inground pool, let us know. We are available anytime for assistance through our online contact form.