No - not unless you buy from them. We used Northwest Wholesale - whole process of building a pool is pretty simple and alot of work. We were looking to buy a kit and install ourselves - and wanted to pay a consultant to help us along the way - I don't think any exist - at least for an indoor pool. But we did it and did it right - with hundreds of hours on the internet. Do you have a specific question - are you just getting started? The Windsor-Browns There are lots of DIY sites out there, the easiest inground pool project for a homeowner might be a simple one depth fiberglass or vinyl liner, you could also design a pool with reinforced concrete of some sort. Your limited with a DIY shell of concrete with the equipment you need to build a gunite or shotcrete shell with, I doubt most homeowners have the sheer strength to do what it takes to run the gun for even the smallest pool shell, not to mention youll need competent, formers, trimmers, plumber, and designer. A gunite gun man has many hours even years on the crew before stepping into the most critical job on site. Consider a DIY vinyl liner entry level pool project if you require a money savings pool, even your fiberglass kits can run into cracked steps, walls or deep end breaks. Unknown headaches down the road. A professional licensed insured swimming pool builder may be cheaper than doing it yourself. good swimming getapool.com I have helpful information to pass back. We were able to request a custom design and fully engineered plans from a website called pooldesign.net. We have just been issued a permit by our building dept. and look forward to starting the project when better weather arrives. My husband is a General Contractor and feels he has the ability & resources to take on this new challenge. There are ways to build a pool using concrete block that a homeowner could conceivably do on their own. It is unlikely that anyone unfamiliar with shotcrete could build a sprayed concrete pool shell completely without outside help. One way to save money though is to contract some of the work out. Many pool companies/builders use sub contractors to shoot their pool shells. howtobuildaningroundpool.com is a helpful site for more information on contracting your own swimming pool
The wall is steel and concrete so the short answer is that you do not.
How big is the star dust inground swimming pool.
One can get good inground swimming pool by acquiring good inground swimming pool kits. These kits are available online and simple internet search can give you contact details of manufacturer and supplier of good inground swimming pool kits.
Steel walls are currently the lowest quality wall for a swimming pool, with the exception of Cyprus wood (if still available). Concrete (not gunite) is superior to any other wall, but a pool with concrete walls generally also has a concrete bottom. In other words, it is a concrete swimming pool. The most popular wall today for vinyl liner pools is fiberglass and, with the possible exception of concrete, is the best possible choice.
You can install a inground swimming pool by getting a timer kit at your local home improvement store.
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There are three main types of inground swimming pools: concrete, vinyl and fiberglass. All of which are prone to the occasional crack. Luckily for the homeowner such cracks can be repaired. If you are handy you can purchase a do it yourself repair kit at your local pool specialty store.
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They don't make them for in ground.