To give you the most accurate inground pool pricing, we ask that anyone who is involved in the decision making process or funding is there for the in-person estimate. This is important because Corbin will be able to address any questions or concerns you have face to face. It will also enable you to brainstorm solutions to potential problems without having to spend a dime. This could potentially save us weeks of struggling and miscommunication. Plus, we bring liner samples and physical material for you to look over together. We discuss the overall design as well as more specific details such as coping, concrete, measurements, pool bottom style, liner choices, steps, etc. Whether it's your parents, your best friend, or your spouse helping you, we ask that they are there for your appointment as well. Don't forget to call Okie811 to mark your lines before your estimate!
We also require that you have your financing in order before the estimate. We want to know that you're taking this process as seriously as we are and you've already planned how to pay for it. We love to stay in budget so if you're working with specific numbers, we want to hear them. If you are shopping around for financing right now, we recommend checking out our financing page! We partner with a few different lenders but highly recommend applying with HFS or Hearth even if you have looked at financing through another bank or lending company. HFS Financial & Hearth do not do a hard credit pull and can get you approved within minutes. Definitely check them out if you're keeping your options open!
CW Pools Owner Corbin Whitlaw
1. Change Orders: Any change orders that result in lost production days and/or remobilization of tools and equipment will be a minimum charge of $500 per day plus the cost of material.
2. Haul Off: Single axel dump truck is $135/load with a minimum of 4 loads.
3. Rock Excavation: $1,200 per day, up to 8 hours per day; haul off not included.
4. Stump Removal: Up to 9" in diameter $125, 9-18" in diameter $275, larger than 18" in diameter is by bid only.
5. Removal of existing deck or patio: Breaking up concrete 4" or less in thickness is $6.50/sqft; haul off not included. Wood deck removal by bid only.
6. Ground Water Pumping Station: Material & labor $3,900.
7. Limited Access: To pool- by bid only, around pool- by bid only, distance from pool (to move to or from inground pool site over 40')- by bid.
1. Zoning, building permits, and checking for underground lines.
2. A 1 year installation warranty.
3. Electrical work.
5. Excavation & mileage.
6. Installation of the wall panels.
7. Footers & pouring concrete.
8. Gravel backfill & fill dirt.
9. Install grout/concrete bottom.
10. Hang liner.
11. Removal of all trash, forms, & excess materials.
12. Grading around inground pool after concrete pour.
We primarily use a draw system to collect payment for inground pools.
The first draw is 30%. This pays for your pool and all the materials we need. This is your down payment and secures your spot on our schedule.
Another 30% is due for the second draw.
Then 30% for the third draw.
Finally, we leave 10% for the end. Payable after we've walked your project together and everything is complete.
Don't want to pay in draws? You don't have to! We offer 8% off your invoice when you pay in full!
As a young company, we keep up with continuous changes in the industry! We don't try to make extra money off of supplies, products, or materials. All the products we use are the latest in innovation & technology. Right now, we are talking about AquaGenie skimmers. Most pool guys don't think about their skimmers but we love ours- and you will too! Our inground pool pricing includes specialty skimmers as a standard. This is just one of the ways we give you the best quality for the lowest prices!
Send us a message, or call us for a quote. Use our contact form to tell us more about your project, and we will connect you with the services that fit your needs.
We recently closed on a commercial property in Yukon to expand our business and offer our customers the opportunity to come in and view their options in our showroom! Keep an eye on our social media for updates along the way!
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday - Sunday: Closed
The most obvious difference is cost. Gunite swimming pools start at $95,000+ for the same pool that starts at $55,000 with us. Your cost is cut in half from the beginning. Then we get into repair costs. Plastering a gunite pool can cost $10,000-15,000 just for a crack or an imperfection. Whereas with a vinyl liner pool, your worst case scenario cost would be $5,000. That's repairing a crack in the concrete and replacing the liner. On top of the cost, gunite pools take a lot longer to install initially as well. Vinyl liner pools last a lifetime and can serve generations of your family just as well as gunite, without the heavy price tag.
A common misconception is that vinyl liners rip easily. This is not necessarily true. All of our liners are top of the line and super thick. They're made to withstand up to 10-15 years of wear and tear minimum. These liners come with 20+ year warranties. That's how confident our manufacturers are with their products! Have pets that like to get in the pool but concerned about their nails? With new technology and experienced manufacturers, we can even buy pet friendly liners! This means they are even thicker and harder to damage. We still encourage your furry friends to use the steps, but they're going to have a hard time puncturing that liner.
We can do anything and everything you want! You can have concrete stairs if you don't like the white polymer steps that come standard. Concrete coping, custom tanning ledges, and swim up bars are all possible! We can even add chairs and tables to your shallow end! These pools are fully customizable down to lighting, liners, and water features. You'll have complete control of your design and the ability to make changes along the way. Don't think that a vinyl liner swimming pool will hold you back from having your dream backyard. Give us your ideas and let's design something stunning together!
Because of its revolutionary design, the Aqua Genie removes surface debris up to ten times faster than conventional skimmers in inground pools. At the same time, it continuously feeds a precise amount of chlorine into the pool, assuring clean, healthy water without over-chlorinating.
Hayward OmniHub is the easiest way to add smart control to an inground pool and spa. Compatible with Hayward and most other brands, pool owners have the ability to conveniently schedule and set all their equipment settings with their smartphone or voice assisted devices.
These heaters contain built-in diagnostic controls to alert users or inground pool professionals of any issues and the location of these issues. In addition, the heater contains built-in electronic ignition. This enables the unit to turn the pilot light off and on when needed, conserving gas usage and saving users money.
Z Poolform™ is a reusable PVC form used to create decorative concrete coping for inground pools. Interchangeable form liners will allow for a variety of different edge profiles and textures. Z Poolforms™ can be used with vinyl liner, fiberglass, or concrete pools.
These top of the line inground pool covers combine a unique mesh weave with superior sewing techniques giving each cover enhanced durability that will hold up under years of extreme weather conditions. Each cover is sewn entirely in the USA and will provide your family with a safe, reliable pool cover for years to come.
The lasting quality of a Hydra Vinyl Pool Liner starts with the highest-quality virgin vinyl. It's highly resistant to tearing, puncturing and cracking, even in temperatures down to -45 F. In addition, Hydra also offers pet-friendly ultra thick liners for added peace of mind.
The 5 biggest mistakes you can make to destroy your vinyl liner pool! Watch this video for helpful tips and tricks!