Design and Proposal 

First and foremost, you’ll need to meet with a pool designer to discuss what is it that you’re hoping to achieve with new your pool. You will discuss the overall pool and landscape layout, and any specific things that you may want in order to individualize your new pool. The designer will then need to take a survey of the proposed area, including positioning, home and lot dimensions, and any setbacks that may occur. They will also need to check the accessibility of the construction site, as well as the location of the utilities. After all that, the designer should have a fully prepared plan and proposed cost for everything.


Approvals and Permits 

You’ll then need to make sure that all necessary approvals and permits are obtained before the work can begin. Mostly all of this should be done by the pool company and any other contractors involved unless there are supplementary permits needed for any additional work that you want to have done. All plans must comply with state and local building codes.



When all of the above is taken care of, the construction process may begin. The workers will go over all of the construction stages with you step by step so you always know what to expect.

  1. Layout
  2. Excavation
  3. Structural steel
  4. Stub out
  5. Pool floor
  6. Tile and coping
  7. Plumbing
  8. Equipment setup
  9. Electrical and gas
  10. Deck
  11. Site cleanup
  12. Pool finish
  13. Pool startup


If you are ready to get started on your dream pool, contact us at Alan Jackson Pools to get started today!