Everyone wants a pool for different reason. When it comes to the pools we've constructed for families, the top reason has been to form a gathering place. Some of my fondest memories are in the backyard, in the pool, with my family. Being able to provide that experience for these families is the most rewarding thing about what we do.
The talented team at WilliamsRCI can make all of this happen for you. Based in Hampton, GA this award-winning design firm specializes in not only quality custom pools, but full backyard design and construction with elite amenities including fire pits, landscaping, hardscaping, water features, outdoor kitchens, fire bowls, and more. With the knowledge that no two spaces are alike, WilliamsRCI also believes that no two families are alike, and each has different needs and visions.
We have an impressive portfolio of work, having reimagined the outdoor living spaces of various notable clients across Georgia and other states. We are proud to provide the same premier service to you, your way. Classic, rustic, modern, or eclectic, The Pool Boss offers a complete outdoor design service to turn your vision into a reality.
There are few luxuries quite like owning your own custom swimming pool. A beautifully landscaped inground pool can be your personal oasis to refresh and invigorate in, far away from the crowds and stressors of daily life. Quench your desire for travel with just a quick stroll to your own exquisite patio, where you can relax and unwind with friends & family. Unique stonework. Lush greenery. Luxe amenities. Create wonderful memories in a glittering jewel of a gathering place that you can call your own.
Because Our Clients Come First, ResComInd has developed a list of FAQ’S to make your Pool Building Experience more Enjoyable.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)
1. How long will it take to build my pool? What is the time frame?
Construction times depend heavily on size, complexity, and time of the year. For a basic swimming pool, estimate between 10-14 weeks for construction. Remember that weather, demand, and permitting are incredibly crucial to your timeline and may affect your project timeline.
2. What is the permit process and do I have to apply for the permit or do you?
Most cities and towns require a building permit for new pool construction. ResComInd contacts your local municipality for guidelines and fees. When you build a swimming pool, you will have to adhere to local rules and regulations.
Your municipality will require some type of permit to build an inground swimming pool. Some only require a residential building permit while others require an electrical permit. We talk to your local city or town to find out which type of permit you need. Local ordinances may require quiet pool pumps that stay under a maximum allowed noise level. Others may have “setback” requirements that outline the minimum distance to build from buildings. Some require a barrier of a certain height (it varies) around the entire pool.
3. What are the different types of pools?
Concrete or Gunite, Fiberglass, Vinyl, and Shipping Container.
4. What are the price differences of pool types?
As you begin to budget, understand swimming pools are a long-term investment and quality matters. In terms of cost, swimming pools can vary broadly by scope. Our typical range is $85,000-$145,000.
5. Do you also perform maintenance on the pools?
Yes we do. We also offer a Property Maintenance And Preservation program for your home called PMAP where we maintain your pool, as well as perform seasonal openings and closings. Goto the PMAP page here.
6. What type of hardscaping and landscaping can you provide?
As a complete backyard builder, we offer several services for our customers. We build swimming pools, spas, and decking. We install cutting-edge UV and Ozone systems. Plus, smart-phone enabled controllers, and so much more.
We also have a complete landscaping and hardscaping division that can build everything from outdoor kitchens to fireplaces.
7. Do you do the entire project or is some of it farmed out?
We are a turnkey company we handle the job start and finish.
8. What are some finishes I can choose from?
There are many finishes to choose from such as lights, heating, fountains, electronic covers, slides, diving boards, grottos, and much much more.
9. How much will a solar blanket or cover heat up the pool water?
According to the experts, a fully covered pool will heat between 10-15 degrees in about 6 hours. There is mixed information out there. Some experts say that you will get 7-10 degrees with three consecutive days of sun. It has been scientifically proven by at least 3 studies that solar blankets help to retain pool heat at night, help to reduce humidity and help to save on energy costs.
10. What is the difference between salt water and chlorine pools? (Adv & Disadv, Cost, Maintenance)
One of the major benefits of saltwater systems is that they have significantly lower levels of chlorine than traditional chlorine systems and don't require harsh chemicals. As a result, the water is gentler on your skin, eyes and hair, and it does not fade swimwear or towels the way that chlorine pools do.
Chlorine pools use less electricity. Saltwater pools require a special salt chlorine generator to convert salt into chlorine. Chlorine pools, on the other hand, merely require a pump (to circulate the water in your pool, which prevents dirt, bacteria, and algae from multiplying in the water), and cleaning equipment.
11. What is a good size for a pool?
The size of the pool would depend on the property size, zoning regulations, design features, usage requirements and/or personal preferences.
12. Do you use a water truck to fill the pool or does it come from my home reserves?
Generally ,the pool is filled from your properties water meter. However, if there is a reason that sourcing water from the home is not possible or doesn't make sense, the accommodations can be made to utilize water truck service.
13. Who does the plumbing and electrical for the pool?
All electrical and plumbing is done with in house ResComInd resources.
14. Do you pressure test the plumbing for the pool after it's installed?
Yes. Our Technicians test the pool's equipment and plumbing for leaks caused by breaks or cracks in the PVC pipes used to plumb your pool or spa. If you are experiencing rapid drops in water levels, it is likely you have a broken pipe underground.
15. What type of pump do I need?
The type of water pump we use depends on the pool size, whether it's salt water or chlorinated water and what other amenities may be attached to the pool.
16. What are phosphates and what do they do in pool water?
Phosphates are mostly inorganic materials that have the potential to feed and encourage algae growth in your swimming pool, as well as cloud your water. Algae needs sun, water, air, and a food source such as nitrates and phosphates to flourish. That is why a swimming pool is the perfect environment for algae to bloom!
Ideally, you want no phosphates in your water. A level between 100-125 ppm is acceptable, but once you start to get higher than 500, it is time to start treatment. In order to rid phosphates from your pool, you will need to use a chemical to remove them. This chemical will not kill algae; it is simply a phosphate removal system.
17. Why do some builders quote such low prices?
Many builders choose cost over quality and longevity. They hire subcontractors, copy and paste designs (regardless if they fit), and use cheap materials. Be aware of tons of addendum’s. Some builders will quote an incredibly low price, but it’s a basic pool. To get the pool you actually want, you’ll need upgrade after upgrade. What was at first a great deal, may quickly snowball into much more. Compare like with like. We install Pentair Variable-Speed Pumps and UV/Ozone systems. Many builders do not.
Many companies are just builders. Meaning when the pool is complete, they’re gone. We are your warranty station; we have a repair department, we offer free delivery and have weekly maintenance.
All these factors contribute to the quality of the finished product. If you want a swimming pool and the bottom line is all that matters, we get it, but we’re not that builder. We’re here to build it the right way, with the best practices in the industry, so that you can enjoy your investment longer.
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