Pool Construction Process

Licensed Pool Builder for over 12 Years

Pool Constructions Process

 

Recently completing the New Childrens Hospital Hydrotherapy pool, we are proud to have built such an iconic project. We, at Dynamic Pools Australia are proud to have been part of such a development that will assist injured children rehabilitation process.
This pool is fully tiled, utilises isolation pad system for acoustic dampening. The pool has hand rails that surround the pool. The filtration system is located at a lower level and is computer operated.

Design

This is the first stage of building. The pool needs to be exactly what you want in size, colour and shape. It should fit the area allocated for its purpose be it to accommodate children, adults non intrusive in the event of walkways, walls driveways and traffic. The pool needs to fit in with the style of the house and surroundings.

Compliance

The pool must comply with the local council design engineering and building codes and comply with legislative requirements. There are a number of Australian Standards that must be adhered to so that owners do not have unsuitable or incorrectly built pools.

Products

All material be it steel, concrete, pool interior, handrails, pipe, filtration be of high quality and warranted to legislative requirements. This includes product warrantees builders warrantees

Pool Builder

The pool builder needs to be reputable. Dynamic Pools Australia has a proud reputation. We have an extensive project list and this translates into extensive experience. We carry a full complement of insurances to protect ourselves and our clients. We have the right range of equipment required to conduct and complete all works for the project.

THE GREATEST THREAT TO AN OWER / DEVELOPER/ HOMEBUILDER/ BUILDER, IS TO ENGAGE SOMEONE THAT IS UNINSURED AND INEXPERIENCED,

  • DOES NOT engage in a contract,
  • DOES NOT comply to the australian standards,
  • DOES NOT liase with local councils or relevant health departments,

People must be fully aware of their obligations and perform dudiligence prior to engaging into a contract.

FAQ

 

Can I build on pool walls eg: water features, retaining walls or house wall?

Yes, with concrete pools if water features and walls are desired this can be accommodated and can be designed and attached to the pool walls in one continuous line or profile. This form of build allows for architectural aesthetically pleasing builds.

Can I integrate filtration to work with “CBUS” automation system?

Yes, Our systems are all compatible to the “CBUS” home Automation system.

Is Dynamic Pools Australia Insured?

Yes  Dynamic Pools holds Public Liability Insurance, workers compensation insurance and complies with all state and federal government requirements giving owners and councils ” peace of mind” and contractual compliance.

Will Dynamic Pools Australia work with architects, builders and consultants?

Yes. Dynamic Pools Australia regularly work with numerous organisations to build desired projects.

7 Reasons Concrete Is The Best Choice
For Your Residential Pool

Why are concrete pools the best choice?

A concrete pool can be built to any size, the smallest pool we have built is around 2m x 2m spa pool. The largest pool we have built is 550m x 8m. Read more by downloading the eBook below.

Our Happy Clients

 

Robin | Kewdale , WA

Thanks for a good job
Just a quick note to let you know how happy we are with our pool from Dynamic Pools. John and his team were great throughout the whole process, not only delivering us a fantastic pool but have provided some great follow up service in fixing the small issues that have arisen. A big thanks to Ivan who was always available to answer our questions and explain how everything worked. I would have no hesitation in recommending his services – a job well done!

Paul | Gooseberry Hill , WA

“Great service and high standard of work
Dynamic Pools provided a great service. The work done was of a high standard and looks great. We get positive comments from neighbours and passers-by all the time as well as questions as to who did the job.”