WHY CONCRETE POOLS & SPAS?

The ultimate in design flexibility, a concrete swimming pool can be created in any size, shape or form you desire.


The finest benefits of a concrete pool are the endless design choices and the ability to accommodate a wide range of site conditions. Styles vary from the traditional family size 8 meter x 4 meter pool, to the functionality of a lap lane design, or a majestic infinity pool where water seemingly vanishes into the landscape. You may be looking for the elegant statement of a formal pool, or a natural freeform pool that enhances the serenity of a bush setting. And, never to be overlooked, the drama of a compact but deep plunge pool creates a stylish and easily heated space saver option.

At Two Bays, we build all our pools with standard features that we believe are essential to delivering you a quality, beautiful pool, to give you years of enjoyment. These include automatic self-cleaning salt chlorination systems, chemical controllers, dedicated pumps to run required aspects of your pool, and minimum 100% solar heating.

The construction of a concrete pool involves these main stages;

  • Engineering the design, obtaining the Building Permit and suppling the Builders Warranty Insurance

  • Excavation

  • Preliminary plumbing & lighting provision

  • Steel fixing the structure which is then inspected

  • Concrete Spray to complete The Shell Stage which must then cure for four weeks

  • Laying pipes and installing the equipment and solar heating

  • Completing the interior, whether fully tiled or rendered with waterline tiles, and laying the surrounding coping pavers (these are a single row of specially designed pavers if this is the owner’s choice of pool surround. In some cases people may choose to have an alternative, such as decking, constructed by their preferred builder).

  • The second, and final, inspection for the project is to approve the security of the pool zone whether by appropriate fencing or other regulation means. For more information on these important regulations, please see http://www.vba.vic.gov.au/consumer-resources/building/pages/swimming-pools

  • Once your pool has been passed for inspection, it is able to be filled. We then start up the equipment and balance the water ready for swimming.
     

Most importantly, at Two Bays we take pride in making the time to instruct you in all there is to know about the features of your pool and its equipment. We remain available to assist you with any questions you may have after the official handover of your pool.