For your information, there are two types of pools a flat bottom pool and a sloped bottomed pool. And according to the type, the installation process differs as well. Compass ceramic pool with a sloped bottom is installed on the gravel bed, placed both under and around the pool.
The subsoil of washed river gravel (round pebbles) of 8-16 mm size is used as the Pool's bedding and with for slop bottom pool. Once settled, the sides are filled up by moistened concrete. So here is the step by step process of building a pool.
The first thing is to consult your pool installation company about the design of the pool that you want to install. A graphical modeling as we, as well as pictorial representation, termed as the drafting of the Pool.
Further, the design should be finalized and the experienced designers would directly visit the spot and finalize the details added to the installation of the Swimming pool.
The site is carefully measured and here after a careful measurement, the real work of construction begins. Then we start building the pit. That's when earthworks with an excavator would be an obvious sight in your backyard.
3. Preparation of the pool subsoil
After excavation, the bottom of the pit is filled with a subsoil layer of washed round gravel, poured on a geotextile and rammed.
4. Pool transportation and placing
The next step is to transport the pool and place it on the base plate or gravel bed. A good heavy-duty mover will play their part and the owner don't need to worry a bit about any damage or replacement before the pool is ready. On the top, if you get a good company to install your pool then the cost along with the repair and maintenance added the damage replacement will come much cheaper than you expect.
5. Technology installation and backfilling
The pool is gradually backfilled around by dry concrete mixture or gravel after fitting the skimmer, inlet nozzles, lights, hoses, and pipes. But if the pool is empty the concreating and fittings will certainly have some pressure issues in future so it's important to fill up the pool with water to balance the pressure exerted on the walls. Remember this: The space under the stairs is always filled with dry concrete.
6. Technology installation in the shaft
After the installation of the pool is done, now it's time for the pool technology installation. It can be done on by creating another pit beside the pool ot the garage or basement can always be used as an option but the water pumps will surely cause a hammer effect on walls.
7. Pool roofing
Roofing rails are settled onto the concrete pool ring and for the sweet part, you can find the variety of movable to immovable roofs that you would like to install on your swimming pool.