Building A Pool

Paradise Oasis Pools custom designs all types of pools specified to our client’s wants or needs. Our team is highly knowledgeable in all aspects of pools, spas and hot tubs from the planning all the way through the construction process. Our pool designers are current students or graduates from the school of Architecture at Texas A&M University.  They want to help you get the exact outdoor living area you’re looking for; with their knowledge and eye for detail you will get a design like no other in this area.

 

Pool Design Process

Our custom designs include a variety of shapes, styles, and deck options. Our swimming pool designers will design custom pool plans and renderings that are used for construction and renovations.

The first step is meeting with our clients. We will sit down with you and draw an initial layout design based on your specifications. We will then create a plan for the construction process and estimated time frame in which your pool will be completed by. We build the planning process around you!
 

We know once you are able to see your designed pool with our 3D software, you will be amazed at watching your backyard dreams come to life. A 3D rendering allows our clients to see what their design will look like before the construction begins. Seeing is truly believing!

Construction of Your Pool

Paradise Oasis Pools construction process will include: initial consultation, asking for a survey if available, meeting to discuss your wants and your budget. The custom design and thorough step-by-step planning, excavation, steel construction, high-grade piping and plumbing to prevent leaks and deterioration, gunite, tile and coping, decking, utilities, and Pebble Tech for the pool finish. Then we clean-up and you can enjoy your backyard vacation.

What You Can Expect

Our custom designs include a variety of shapes; such as free-form, geometric, and negative edges. We also offer many different types of water features such as bubbler's, spas with water overflowing for a dramatic look, raised walls with sheer-descent waterfalls, rock waterfalls, and scuppers to name a few.