Here are some photos of one of our 2013 NSP's that features our newly developed, more economical building plan. This smarter building strategy allows for a beautiful, naturalistic pool using only one big load of boulders. Though economical, the pool has plenty of swimming space and is packed with features, such as a walk-in beach, small waterfall, a pier, and a deep end for diving.
5/25/2014 07:40:56 pm
When you say economical .... roughly what does something like this cost as a DIY?This is beautiful.
Hi Audrea! This pool has $25K to $30K worth of stuff (including the pump, filters, skimmers, pool liner, swim retaining wall, diving pier, small waterfall, pebble beach, plants, bio filter media, and large rocks surrounding the pool). The rest of the cost is equipment rental and the labor to put it all together (so, if you DIY and have access to equipment, then you can save some serious dough)!
6/25/2014 09:28:51 am
Hello Sophia & 'gang'; B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L-L!! Right now, all I can do is make inquiries and dream!! This would be close to my dream NSP!! Sometimes, dreams do come true! Hope you will be getting plenty more 'jobs' & pictures !
6/25/2014 09:34:15 am
P.S. would have been nice to seen the part with the 'sandy beach 'and 'waterfall'.
6/25/2014 11:07:51 am
Thanks, Paulette! I wish we had a better photo of the pebble beach and waterfall too. In the first photo, you can just see the waterfall (just about straight across the pool/pond from where I took the photo) and the pebble beach is on the far right (opposite the pier). The waterfall shown here is a "low-profile waterfall"-- you still get the soothing sound and look of a waterfall, but for a fraction of the cost of a taller, more elaborate feature.
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