PermaCrete Construction Process
From that very first rectangular pool built by Henry Hobaica in 1957, to the custom designs being built by his sons David and Robert today, Easton Pool & Spa has always used the strongest, most durable material available for the structure of their pools: concrete. If you’re familiar with pre-fabricated ‘kit’ pools, you know that they’re usually made of steel or plastic, and it’s not long before Mother Nature takes her toll on them. But our 10” steel-reinforced concrete walls are solid and strong enough to withstand those punishing New England winters. We also use a fiber reinforced concrete for your pool bottom rather than sand or grout. By building both the walls and the bottom with concrete, you receive one of the most durable pools money can buy with the softness on the feet that a vinyl liner provides.
Building a Permacrete Pool Step by Step
Our pools are backed up by our talented and dedicated staff who have worked hard to build and maintain a reputation of integrity. From your first meeting, to your first swim, your project manager will make sure that the entire construction process is a seamless one. We listen closely to your ideas and desires, and then set about to implement them, creating an outdoor living space that’s uniquely your own.
If you have a little time, please watch our construction process time lapse to see the swimming pool process from concept to completion.