“Plumbing your inground swimming pool occurs when the excavation is complete. Our plumbers take care of everything involving the plumbing of your inground swimming pool including pool filtration, pool cleaning, chlorination systems, waterfalls, pool/spa heating, spa jets/air, skimmers, aerators, auto water-levelers, drains/returns, all the pumps, filters, gas heaters, and chlorinators.”
The swimming pool rough plumbing process, also known as the “Stub Out” process is started immediately after we install and bend the rebar (steel). This installation includes the installation if main and subsidiary skimmers, return lines, raised or inground spa lines, and main drums. We use schedule 40 PVC in all of our plumbing lines. Our plumbers follow all plumbing codes and regulations. If your inground swimming pool is connected to your sewer system, we install drop steel traps for your safety and to comply with all local codes.
After the initial plumbing, we install and set all of your swimming pool equipment. If you opted for a pool house or a shed to house all of your equipment, we will run the plumbing lines accordingly. We follow the initial lines made in the “stub out” process to complete installation of the equipment. We great care in our plumbing installation because, if done properly, the swimming pool plumbing installation can save you countless hours of cleaning time to keep your swimming pool looking beautiful. We calculate the proper size of the pipes and the correct number of suction and return lines in relation to the size and shape of your swimming pool to create the most worry free installation.