Learn How All Seasons Pools & Spas’ Pool Installation Works
For over 60 years, All Seasons Pools, Spas & Outdoor Living has remained at the forefront of innovative inground vinyl pool design and construction in Orland Park and the Southwest Chicago suburbs. Area homeowners know they can count on us for award-winning customer service extending long after the sale. Not only can we design and install a picture-perfect swimming pool in your backyard, but we also have a year round service department who will provide seasonal pool opening and closing services, as well as pool maintenance, cleaning, and more. We’ll take care of all your pool needs to ensure your long-term satisfaction with your investment. There’s a reason why our company has been consistently ranked among the “Top 50 Builders in the Country” by Pool and Spa News and why we’ve enjoyed so many referrals from satisfied customers since our company opened its doors in 1954.
All Seasons award winning design team works closely with your family to create a plan that includes what's most important to you. Putting years of experience to work, we'll ask you questions, listen to what's important to you, and help you to design the ultimate backyard pool, spa and outdoor living spaces.
Utilizing the latest in 3D design software, our designers can show you how your dream can come to life, while our APSP Certified Building Professionals ensure that the designs meet all building standards and will stand the test of time!
Our first step of construction will be to mark with spray paint and flags in your yard, where your pool will be located.
This exciting first step helps you to visualize in your own backyard where everything will be placed.
All Seasons utilizes excavators, skid steers and dump trucks to carefully excavate the area to the requirements of your new pool.
Polymer Wall Erection
As excavation is underway, our crews will begin to assemble your lifetime warrantied polymer pool structure.
After the polymer walls are set to specification, leveled and braced, a concrete 'Bond beam' is poured around the base of the polymer walls.
Pool plumbing is run within the overdig area behind the pool walls. We utilize continuous lengths of flexible PVC for the piping feeds. Flexible PVC provides greater resilience to the pool water environment than black polyethylene, galvanized steel or copper piping, and by using continuous lengths, we don't have joints buried under the pool decking that rigid PVC would require.
Under Liner Flooring
Using only the best materials available, All Seasons' team continues your new pool project by hand finishing the interior floor of your new pool with a specialized material that will provide the base of the pool under the liner.
A mixture of vermiculite and portland cement, this material provides a firm liner base that is designed to provide a cushioned support for your pool liner, without the abrasiveness that concrete or mortar mixes would cause.
With the pool flooring completed, an aluminum liner track or coping is installed at the top of your polymer pool walls. This aluminum track will hold up significantly better than similar, less expensive, plastic tracking and coping.
Customizing your pool and backyard is one of the many areas that makes your All Seasons' team stand out as a leader in our industry. Utilizing the latest in brick, natural flagstone, travertine and other exquisite materials, our craftsmen create an dynamic interface between your new pool and its decking.
Adjacent deck space is backfilled and compacted completely with stone to prevent settling that would occur if we were to use dirt.
One of your many customized selections begins setting the stage for the new backyard that you designed as your gorgeous liner is installed. Custom fitted to the pool specifications that you helped to create, your liner quickly becomes the focal point of your new backyard!
A Perfect Fit
As water fills your new pool, you can't wait for your family to jump in!
Vacuums remove air from behind the liner as it fills, keeping the liner precisely placed.
It won't be long now!
The choices for your new deck were almost limitless. You looked at wonderful examples of concrete, dyed concrete, stamped concrete, paver brick, natural flagstone, travertine, quartz and more.
In the end, your All Seasons' design team working closely with you and your family helped you to find the perfect elements to complete the canvas of your Picture Perfect Backyard!
Contact All Seasons Today!
Call or email us today so we can start working on your new backyard and pool design right away!
Just think, you could be coming home everyday to this in your backyard... all it takes is a call to start the ball rolling!
A Picture-Perfect Backyard Begins with Award-Winning Design
The process begins with a pool design consultation with our award-winning, PHTA (Pool & Hot Tub Alliance)-Certified Building Professionals. We’ll ask you a series of questions to determine your must-haves and what’s most important to you and your family. Using the latest in 3D design software, we’ll then show you what your new inground vinyl swimming pool will look like prior to beginning any excavation work. This allows us to tweak the design until we’ve come up with your ultimate picture-perfect backyard. If you need inspiration during the design process, we encourage you to view our vinyl swimming pool project gallery. The possibilities for your pool layout are endless, as vinyl swimming pools come in many eye-pleasing shapes and sizes.
Site Layout and Excavation Work Begin in Your Backyard
Once we have a good idea about your pool’s design concept, the first step in the construction process is site layout. We’ll mark the area in your backyard using spray paint and flags, so you can visualize where your pool will be installed. Excavation for your new pool is done using state-of-the-art excavators, skid steers, and dump trucks. Your inground swimming pool will require the erection of a lifetime-warrantied polymer pool structure and walls. Once those are in place and leveled, a concrete bond beam will be poured around their base for additional support. We’ll also install your pool’s plumbing using continuous lengths of flexible PVC piping, which is better suited for the pool water environment than galvanized steel or copper piping. By utilizing continuous lengths of piping, we also eliminate the hassles of buried joints under your pool decking later in the process.
Under Liner Flooring, Pool Liner, & Coping Installation
All Seasons Pools & Spas uses only the best under liner flooring options available in the industry. The project moves forward with us hand-finishing the interior floor of your new pool with a specialized material that’s a mixture of vermiculite and Portland cement, providing the firm under liner base. This mixture offers a cushioned support for your pool liner without being as abrasive as concrete or mortar. Once your pool flooring is completed, we’ll add a sturdy aluminum liner track or coping at the top of the polymer pool walls. Pool coping is the area separating your inground pool from the rest of your backyard, which can be a standalone feature or seamlessly integrated with your pool decking.
Our craftsmen use brick, natural flagstone, travertine, and other materials to design exquisite coping, and we always backfill the adjacent area with stone instead of dirt to prevent settling. Your vinyl pool liner will be custom-fitted to your pool’s specifications to ensure a perfect fit and a gorgeous focal point. All that’s left at this point is to fill your new pool with water and vacuum-remove any air from behind the liner as it fills. Our team can also install customized pool decking in paver brick, natural flagstone, travertine, quartz, or dyed or stamped concrete, according to your preferences.
Ask About Our Informative Brochures and Financing Options
All Seasons Pools & Spas believes in making the dream of pool ownership an affordable reality for the average American family. We offer specials and flexible financing options to help you make it happen. If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of inground vinyl swimming pools, we urge you to reach out to us and request our informative brochures. We’d also be happy to provide you with a project quote.