AZWPC New Pool Designs

As we head into another summer season, I’ve had the opportunity to preview a number of new swimming pool designs.
It looks like the clean, straight line pools are still the design of choice. 
Over the years I’ve seen a number of design elements come into and fall out of favor.  Some of the design options for swimming pools were a matter of building trends.  One in particular was the rolled bond beam with an exposed aggregate finish.
The rolled bond beam feature was built into hundreds, maybe even thousands of pools here in the Phoenix metro area.  Who knew that by the end of the decade it would be dismissed as an inappropriate design element.  The pebble material would shrink and expand in the summer heat and over time would delaminate and crack.  Eventually separating from the pool structure and falling off into the landscaping.

Repairing cracked and broken pebble finishes on rolled bond beam details has now become one of the most requested repairs for pool remodel companies.
So as the rolled bond beam design faded, new designs using more coping and capping of the pool beam took over.  Raised pool beams built out of shotcrete or masonry, columns with travertine or stacked stone and even specialty stones, such as Artistic Pavers® have changed pool designs.
If you’re interested in building a new swimming pool or remodeling the pool you already have, give us a call.  Some of the areas we can help you with include:

Swimming pool design and re-design services
Replacing your broken or out of date pool equipment
Repair services for cracked and broken pebble on swimming pool bond beams.
Permitting services for pools, spas, fireplaces and gazebos
In-floor cleaner replacement parts and high efficiency pool pumps

If you’d like to see more of the new swimming pool design trends for 2011 – check out our portfolio of pool designs.  From the clean straight line pools to organic, natural swimming pools we’ll provide you with all the design specifications for you to build your own or remodel your existing pool yourself.

Give us a call at the office (480) 551-7077 or contact us at www.AZWPC.com to find out more about AZWPC’s newest swimming pool designs.

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