At your first meeting, our sales staff will meet you at your home. Town & Country Pools will bring portfolios and years of experience to help guide you towards your perfect outdoor creation. From conception through construction your sales person will be available to you.
We suggest that you provide us with a House Location Survey (also known as a plat) which can typically be found in your home closing documents. This document is necessary to decide if your yard meets the basic requirements of your County codes. If your neighborhood is governed by an HOA (Home Owners Association) it would also be beneficial to have read through the guidelines in order to have an understanding regarding what is and is not allowed. All of these factors are taken into consideration before we move on to the design.
If you have collected any pictures or ideas share them with us now, it helps place YOUR vision in our hands. Then the fun begins.
Your team, which now also includes a landscape designer and a landscape architect will revisit your home and do “site work”. Site work consists of surveying the existing topography in order to determine the need for walls, steps, etc. as part of the overall pool project. During this visit, we also measure the exterior of the home to ensure the accuracy of the plat that we obtained at our first meeting, as well as the location any trees, existing outbuildings, and/or septic tanks, etc.
The information that we gathered during site work and the insight gained towards your vision during our first meeting are combined together to design a plan that integrates the pool and landscape into a magnificent creation maximizing your site’s potential.
We then present this plan to you, approximately two weeks after site work, to gain your feedback. In this meeting we will make the necessary changes to insure that the plan is creating the oasis you envision for your home.
Your proposal will provide very specific information regarding each element of your outdoor project including County requirements, pool construction, and masonry. Depending on your final design, the proposal may also include information regarding carpentry, landscaping, irrigation, etc.
The proposal is typically emailed and a member of your sales team will follow up with a phone call to answer any questions that you may have regarding the proposal.
Once you are satisfied with the proposal, we can move forward to contract!