When you’re ready to install a pool, there are a few things you need to do first. You need to excavate the hole, and then you need to put in the plumbing and electrical lines. After that, you need to pour the concrete and install the walls. In this blog post, we’re going to focus on the excavation process and the different machines that are used to install a pool.
Pool Construction Process
The first step in installing a pool is to excavate the hole. This is usually done with a heavy machine commonly referred as a Bobcat, which is mini excavator designed for residential landscaping. The Bobcat or similar machine will dig out the hole for the pool and then haul away any excess dirt.
Once the hole is excavated, the next step is to install the plumbing and electrical lines. This is usually done with a trenching machine. The trenching machine will dig a trench for the plumbing and electrical lines and then bury them underground.
After that, the next step is to pour the concrete and install the walls. This is done with a concrete pump. The concrete pump will pour the concrete into the hole and then install the walls around it.
Once the concrete is poured and the walls are installed, the next step is to fill the pool with water. This is usually done with a hose. The hose will fill up the pool with water and then you can start swimming.
Installing a pool is a big job, but it’s definitely worth it in the end. You’ll have months of fun in your own backyard oasis! In this blog post, we focused on the excavation process and the different machines that are used to install a pool. If you have any more questions about installing a pools, be sure to contact us today! We’d be happy to help talk about anything pool related.