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From concept to installation, we will work with you to create the perfect swimming pool.
We do it all
Our pools are designed to suit any lifestyle and property size.
We can help you create a beautiful and individually tailored backyard and outdoor living landscape.
We are unique in that we can provide both the artistic vision and the craftsmanship and experience to pull it off.
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It is your Pool so make it perfect!
Pool design is an extension of current building trends.
Before you decide on a pool and patio design you will need to think about your options.
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Consider your budget, how much space is available, and the needs of your family.
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Our designers create 3D renderings of your backyard before any construction begins.
We rely on leading software to envision your project.
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Tips For Planning Your Pool

  • Purpose
  • Define how you want to use your pool: Figure out what you want to do with your pool.
    Will it be a focal point for relaxation, family fun, entertaining colleagues?
    Once you decide how you'll use your pool then broaden your vision to incorporate future options such as spas, outdoor kitchens and shade structures. Even if you won't be installing these features right away, it's prudent to make room for them in your original design.
    Consider the pool's shape: rectilinear, curvilinear, angular or free form.
    Spend some time on this. Figuring out how you want to use your pool is one of the biggest factors in determining the pool design that will work best for you.
  • Maximising Space
  • Size options for your pool will depend on your property and the available space.
    Build the pool in an area where it’s most visible from the living areas of the home so you can keep an eye on the kids or view it as a showpiece.
    Strategic positioning of the pool and garden structures, creative landscaping and attractive walls, fences and trellises can deliver exceptional privacy for you and your neighbours.
  • Styles
  • When thinking about your swimming pool design, there are some easy ways to tie your pool style and home style together.
    Try not to think of your swimming pool in isolation, it needs to be part of the whole picture so that your house and backyard can work in harmony. Take into account the views of your pool both from the exterior and interior of your home.
    Think about how you can blend your pool into a natural extension of your home.
  • Material Selection, Aesthetics
  • There are a myriad of materials available for decking, walkways and other surrounding surfaces. The wide spectrum of choice includes stamped concrete, paving stone, flagstone, ledgerock, brick, ceramic tile, mosaic tile, Ipe hardwood, cedar and tempered glass.
    The materials you use are vital. Try to balance hard and soft finishes, like timber and stone plus greenery—current trends favour large-format pool tiles and pavers, and Jurassic-style landscape design.
  • Pool surrounds
  • If you have children, they are the ones most likely to use the pool. That's why good poolside designs tend to strike a balance between safety, accessibility and aesthetics. You will need a comfortable viewing position close to the pool – a covered outdoor area, a lounge room or pergola. If you're big on entertaining, you may want to incorporate the pool area into your outdoor kitchen, firepit or living space.
  • Set a Budget
  • A budget will help you and your pool designer grasp the scope of the project and will play an important role in design and material selection.

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