Region Pools is the hottest and newest inground pool installer to hit the Midwest. Comprised of individuals that have decades of combined installation experience, Region Pools seeks to offer a better customer experience with service being our top priority. Truly, we're a customer service company that happens to offer inground pool installation.
What we do:
-Install inground fiberglass pools
-Install inground trampolines (surprise!)
What we don't do:
-Open and close pools
-Pool maintenance and repair
-Above ground pools
How the process works:
Step 1: You call or fill out a quote online. Step 2: You'll speak with one of our qualified team, including Bob! Bob loves pools and knows everything about them. Plus, he loves to talk about them. You'll get your questions answered and we'll schedule a site visit.
Step 3: We'll inspect the site, answer any questions, and prepare you a quote.
Step 4: You'll get on our schedule!
Step 5: Swim, baby, swim! We'll install your pool, and you'll throw one hell of a pool party to celebrate. Or not. We're down for chill pool time, too.
What happens next?
So, you signed up for us to put a ridiculously awesome pool in your yard?
There’s a lot of steps between where we are and you practicing your cannonball, though, so we’re going to lay out the timeline below.
If you’ve ordered a factory pool, fabrication of the pool shell at the manufacturer is typically done in about 6 weeks, at which point it is shipped to us. The shipping process will take some additional time. In the meantime, we'll begin Step 1 while we wait for it to arrive.
If you’ve ordered a pool that we happen to have in inventory, construction may start even sooner, depending on our current schedule and availability. In the meantime, we’ll begin Step 1.
Once your pool arrives, the excavation process begins! Upon completion up to 1-2 days later, the pool is dropped into the excavated area.
We'll pour the equipment pad and assemble the mechanicals. Gas and electric are typically scheduled at this point, as well.
Stone backfill and pool plumbing is completed. After backfill if finalized, auto cover components are installed, as well.
Electricians are scheduled to come back after backfill is completed. Pre-pour inspection must be done prior to concrete being started.
Important Note About Step 4: Excavation day to concrete being poured generally takes 3-4 weeks if equipment pad has power ran to it.
Important Note 2 About Step 4: Once concrete is finished, the auto cover is ordered (generally arrives 30 days after concrete is installed). Auto covers are a custom order for your pool.
After the concrete is poured, you'll provide us with a punch list of anything you see that you'd like us to address. While we’re very thorough and detailed, we want you to love your pool. If there’s anything you see that you have questions on or want us to handle, this is a perfect moment for it.
Please be aware that there are various inspections that will need to be completed by the town throughout the entire building process. Please be patient with us, them, and the process, as we’re subject to their schedules and this may delay the entire process based on how backed up they are.
Final, Ultra Important Note: We know you're anxious to swim! It's not uncommon for your pool water to be green until construction is completed. Fear not, the water will clean up and go back to clear with proper treatment!
Enjoy your totally rad, brand spankin’ new Region Pool!
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Install inground fiberglass pools
Fiberglass pools are manufactured as single units and delivered to homes via semi truck. Fiberglass pools offer a wide variety of fiberglass shell colors, shapes, and sizes that accommodate both small and generously - sized backyards. We make sure they are installed at your home the right way!
Install Inground Trampolines
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HOW IT WORKS
Give us a call or submit your information on our contact page.
We'll inspect your landscape and prepare you a FREE quote.
We install your pool and you start swimming!