Step 3: Tile Masonry

Step 3: Tile / Masonry Stage

Measure, re-assessment, excavation, reinforcements, plumbing.

Construction Steps: Step 3

During the same period that the tile and masonry are being installed on your swimming pool, the electrical and gas crews will be making their important contribution, digging trenches in which to lay pipes and conduit. The masonry, gas and electrical portions of the pool will take approximately seven to twelve days to complete.

This is the time for another inspection from those troopers down at the building departments. Both the gas line and electric run must be inspected and signed off, before we can go any further in the project.

Now is the time to have your concrete contractor install the decking around your Royal pool. We will refer you to several experienced contractors. They will prepare the area with baserock, install any necessary drainage, set forms and call our office to have the building department inspect the work before any concrete is poured. As the pool deck is one of the more visible parts of your project, it is important to have the expertise of an experienced craftsman at the helm for the pool deck.

After the deck has been installed around your pool, our plumbers come back out and set the equipment. They keep their noses to the grindstone to make sure that the equipment set is functional and well organized. Disorganization at the equipment pad leads to problems later on.

Speaking of noses to the grindstone, immediately after the equipment is installed, our electricians and gas plumbers hook up their prospective parts of the procedure.