Swimming Pool Construction

Swimming Pool Construction

We appreciate the opportunity to design a pool and create a backyard environment that will bring you and your family pleasure for many years to come.

We serve all of the metro Atlanta area for inground pool construction. If you are not living in Atlanta, Georgia – we also service Alpharetta, Canton, Cumming, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, Kennesaw, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and Woodstock. We are the best in the Atlanta area for inground swimming pool construction.

When you call on Clear Water Pools of Atlanta for an estimate, we don’t just come out and SELL you a pool. We meet with you and listen to your ideas. We will then evaluate all the options available and help you determine what style and feel you are looking to achieve. Afterwards we will take careful measurements and assess the area in order to provide you a professional pool design of your new poolscape for you to review. 

A poolscape is a fully integrated pool environment that includes not only the water, but also a full array of add-ons, accessories, landscaping, furniture and more. The idea is to broaden the concept of your swimming pool into more than just swimming. Today’s pool owners are taking full advantage of the investment they’ve made by adding a variety of options that allow them to enjoy their new lifestyle as pool owners.

After the design of  your new  inground swimming pool is finalized and all of your pool add-ons have been selected, you can leave the rest to us. We will take care of all the permits and inspections.  Installing a new swimming pool takes a lot of work and experience, the finished product is a work of art.

We have broken down the process into the following steps to help you visualize it better. We welcome you to contact us at anytime with questions you may have about your pool construction.

Pool Building Process

Site Layout & Preparation

Before we begin digging, we will mark the area where your new pool will eventually be. The design layout is based on your custom design, and once you approve it, we will begin excavation.

Pool Excavation

We will begin digging the hole for your inground pool. Depending on the size of the pool, this can be an extensive process which involves large machinery and specialized skills. Care must also be taken to avoid water or gas pipes. We will also remove the excavated materials when finished.

Structural Steel

Steel reinforcing adds strength and life to your inground swimming pool shell. It consists of a series of bars placed horizontally and vertically specifically engineered for your pool. Gunite will then be applied under great pressure to bond tightly around the steel in order to create your pool shell.


The plumbing is designed specifically to give your pool the best circulation and filtration for crystal clear water and maintenance easability. An experienced plumber will hookup all of the filtration equipment for the pool, including water feature pumps and other equipment.


We install tile along where will be the waterline of the interior of your inground pool. We have many options of tile to choose from.


A wide variety of options are available to you when selecting the decking for your pool. Our most common selections are brick pavers decks or concrete decks. Concrete can be coated with a texture such as Cool Deck, acid wash or many other options. Concrete decking will be poured and then the finish will be applied. Pavers have are the most desirable because of the beauty, longevity and they are maintenance free. Pavers come in brick pavers, concrete pavers, and travertine.

Equipment Setup

We will set up your pool equipment and then have it wired by a licensed electrical contractor.

Pool Service

Your new pool is almost complete. Next, we will cover the surface of your pool with a pebbletech finish. The most popular finish is Pebbletech which comes in a variety of colors and is shot out of a high-pressure hose.

Pool Fill Up

Now we will fill your inground pool. Once it is full we will start up your pool equipment and add necessary chemicals to the water. A technician will set up a convenient time to go over all the equipment and care instructions with you.