Vinyl Liner Pool Installation & Replacement In Clayton & The Surrounding Areas
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Vinyl Liner Pool Installation
Dive into a lifetime of cherished moments with a vinyl pool in your backyard. From fun-filled pool parties to quiet evenings spent under the stars, experience the joy and togetherness that a family pool brings.
Vinyl Pool Replacement
Rejuvenate your backyard retreat by replacing your aging vinyl pool liner. Say goodbye to faded colors and stubborn stains, and welcome a fresh, vibrant look that will reignite your family’s love for swimming and lounging by your pool.
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Prestige Pools of NC Makes Your Pool Dreams A Reality
Prestige Pools of NC brings your backyard vision to life. Our team guides you in selecting the ideal pool type and decking materials through personalized design consulting and expert installation while providing valuable maintenance advice. Our extensive experience and expertise ensure a seamless process, delivering the in-ground swimming pool you’ve always dreamed about.
Dedicated To Exceeding Your Expectations
When you partner with Prestige Pools, your pool is our top priority. We understand the importance of your investment & what it means to your family. So let’s make your backyard dreams a reality!
Family Owned & Operated
Prestige Pools of NC has had two generations of ownership and experience. Our reputation means a lot to our family, and we’re proud of our professionalism and the quality of work we do.
Masters In Our Field
Vinyl liner pools are our main focus. Our client reviews often highlight our vast knowledge of our product and process.
Frequently Asked Questions
All three types of in-ground pools can make beautiful additions to your backyard design. As a company with experience installing all three types, we have learned the advantages and disadvantages of all three! We love vinyl liner pools because they are the most customizable as well as cost-effective pool for your family.
One of the best ways for you to know what you are working with in your backyard is to get a survey done by a professional surveyor. When you have a survey, you know exactly what is on your property including property dimensions, dwelling and impervious surface measurements as well as any easements, setbacks or other restrictions your property may have. This relieves the risk of any surprises coming up during the permitting and inspections of the pool. A current survey is also usually required for permitting, especially if your lot is less than 3 acres and/or you live in a subdivision. Sometimes a survey is included with your closing documents for your home, but if not, we can help get one done for you. If you have a septic system, you will also want to contact your town/county/municipality to get a copy of your septic permit as well so that you know where it is located to determine the placement options for your pool.
The typical timeline for a vinyl liner pool installation is 4-5 weeks from the day we begin excavation until the day we install your liner and deliver water. This timeline does not include permitting or final inspections (which are done after your decking and fencing are completed).
After signing a contract, we will apply for your permit and once the permit is issued, we’ll assign a start date. The week of your start date we dig the pool, build the walls, plumb the pool and backfill behind the walls. We then order your custom liner and schedule the first electrical inspections. Once your liner is received, we assign a liner installation date and during that week, we shape and trowel the bottom of your pool with a vermiculite material before installing your liner and having water delivered.
We take care of submitting the permit application for the pool and working with the town/county/municipality to ensure all inspections are completed.
We can definitely help with any HOA application requirements, but most HOA’s require the homeowner to sign and submit the application.
There is a minimum 15’ setback from septic system and all components to the water’s edge of the pool. There’s a minimum 3’ setback from septic system and all components from the concrete decking edge of the pool. If you have a septic system, you will want to contact your town/county/municipality to get a copy of your septic permit so that you know it’s location to determine the placement options for your pool.