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Utah's Top Custom Swimming Pool Contractor

Stevenson Brothers Custom Pools is Utah’s premier indoor and outdoor custom swimming pool builder. We are proud to be the leading Utah custom pool builder recommended by homeowners across Utah's Salt Lake Valley. Contact SBI for custom swimming pool design, construction & installation in Utah. Get your free quote today!

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Utah Custom Swimming Pool Builder

A Custom Pool Builder in Utah That Can Do It All

Do you dream of a custom swimming pool with a rock waterfall that gives you the sensation of swimming in one of Utah’s mountain streams? Or would your Utah home’s modern architectural style be better suited for a contemporary and sophisticated geometric-shaped pool? Or, maybe, you’re looking for a four-season backyard retreat that offers a hot tub in the winter and a cool, refreshing pool in the summer.

Whatever outdoor oasis you’re looking to create, we can help! With over 40 years of experience designing, building, constructing, and installing custom swimming pools near Salt Lake City, our residential and commercial pool portfolio features a variety of custom pool designs, pool grotto designs, and more.

Our pool designers don’t settle for cookie-cutter layouts and finishes, unlike other Utah pool-building companies. Our most common projects include outdoor swimming pools, indoor swimming pools, custom pools, pools with waterfalls, fountains, pool grotto designs, and custom concrete pool decks. From concept to completion, our custom pool building general contractors will create the custom swimming pool that matches your vision, complements your home, and fits your lifestyle.

Our talented and experienced team of Utah custom pool builders will help you design, build, and install the custom swimming pool you’ve been dreaming of. Whether you’re searching for a custom pool builder in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah County, Davis County, or Weber County; we can help! Contact SBI Waterfalls to get a free quote today!

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Choose a Utah Custom Pool Contractor with Best-in-Class Features & Technology

Our pool-building general contractors can design and build Utah’s highest-quality custom pools, using the latest technology and industry-leading materials to produce low-maintenance, fully customized swimming pools that will last. Our attention to detail in construction makes us the #1 custom pool builder near Salt Lake City, Utah.

Our Utah custom pool builders can incorporate rock waterfalls, secret grottos, water fountains, custom pool slides, lazy rivers, or hot tubs into your design. We also offer saltwater or freshwater filtration systems, LED lighting features, custom pool depths, and so much more. Take a look at our portfolio of custom pool designs for a better idea of our custom pool design options.

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Our 3-Step Custom Pool Design Process

To design the backyard swimming pool that fits your needs and lifestyle, we follow a proven method that guarantees our finished product aligns with your expectations. Most importantly, our pool designers collaborate and communicate with you every step of the way, so you’re never in the dark. We respect your time and money and do all we can to ensure your project is completed on time and within budget. Here’s what you can expect when working with our custom pool designers:

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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an inground pool cost?

An in-ground pool costs about $50 – $125 per square foot. They range in total price from about $30,000 to about $70,000, with an average of between $50,000 – $55,000.

How deep is an Olympic pool?

Swimming pools at the Olympic Games must be two meters (6.5 feet) deep. Swimming officials recommend three meters (10 feet). There is no depth requirement for the proverbial “Olympic-sized pool”.

How long is an Olympic pool?

An Olympic pool is 50 meters (164 ft) or about 55 yards. Almost all Olympic swimming races require more than one lap. These massive “Olympic-sized pools” hold a whopping 500,000 gallons of water.

How do you lower pH in a pool?

Lower your pool’s pH by adding muriatic acid or sodium bisulfate. Both materials are pH reducers and are readily available at pool supply stores and online. The bottles tell you how much you need for the size of your pool.

How do you raise pH in a pool?

Raise your pool’s pH levels by adding sodium carbonate or sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). You can also find premixed pH increasers at pool supply stores and online. The target pH should be 7.6.

What RPM should a pool pump for a 15,000-gallon pool be?

A 15,000-gallon pool needs a pump operating at about 35 gallons per minute (GPM). The ratio of rotations per minute (RPM) to GPM will vary from pump to pump, but GPM is more important.

Why is my pool cloudy?

A cloudy pool is a sign of an imbalance in the water system. You could have a broken filter, a broken pump, too much chlorine, an algae infestation, or a chemical imbalance.

How much does a 12x24 inground pool cost?

Our Utah swimming pool contractors estimate a 12-foot by 24-foot in-ground pool could cost around $14,000 to almost $40,000. It will depend on the materials you want to use, local building costs, and property accessibility.

How do you raise alkalinity in a pool?

Raising the alkalinity in your pool is the same as raising the pH. Add sodium carbonate or sodium bicarbonate (baking soda). You can also find premixed pH increasers at pool supply stores and online.

How do you vacuum a pool?

A pool vacuum with a telescopic pole handle can clear debris from the bottom, while a net can scoop floating debris from the top. Follow the instructions for your pool vacuum. Remember to keep the water flowing and change filters as needed.

How do you lower alkalinity in a pool?

Lowering the alkalinity in your pool is the same as reducing the pH. Add muriatic acid or sodium bisulfate, both pH reducers available at pool supply stores and online.

How do you winterize a pool?

Clean the pool. Balance the water chemistry. Lower the water level. Treat with shock and algaecide. Drain the pump, filter, and water lines. Winterize the pool equipment and cover your pool.

How do you clean a pool?

First, skim the leaves off the surface. Then, brush the sides of the pool. Next, vacuum the pool. Clean out the pool filter before shocking the pool water overnight. Finally, balance the pool water’s chemical levels.

How do you clean a pool filter?

For cartridge filters, depressurize the chamber, remove the filter, spray it down, replace and repressurize. For D. E. filters, backwash, then drain the tank, remove grids, scrub with D.E. cleaner, and reassemble before backwashing again.

How do you lower chlorine in a pool?

Here are a few ways to lower the chlorine level in your pool:

  • Stop adding chlorine.
  • Leave the cover off.
  • Drain some water and refill.
  • Raise the temperature.
  • Add a chlorine-reducing chemical, like sodium thiosulfate.

What is an infinity pool?

An infinity pool is a pool in which at least one side has the illusion of touching the horizon. The pool uses specially designed edges to achieve a breathtaking effect.

How do you maintain a pool?

Keep your pool water clean, flowing, and chemically balanced. That means regularly checking your pool’s pH, alkalinity, and sanitizer levels. Clean your pool weekly and your filters monthly.

How do you prime a pool pump?

Turn off the pump. Set the valve to “recirculate.” Open the plugs and release the air. Fill the pump with water. Turn on the pump. Once the water flow is normal, close the pressure-release valves.

What is a good size swimming pool?

Our Utah pool builders recommend you have about 100 square feet per family member. One to three people need a 14 x 25-foot pool, four to six people need a 16 x 32-foot pool, and six to eight people need an 18 x 36-foot pool.

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