Swimming Pools OKC
Red Valley Landscape and Construction builds the swimming pools OKC loves. Our custom in-ground swimming pools are designed and built using only the highest quality materials and equipment so your family can enjoy your investment for years and years to come. With the holidays passed, now is the time to contact Red Valley Landscaping to design a backyard paradise of your own.
There are several advantages to beginning swimming pool construction now. The biggest benefit for homeowners is the landscaping. The installation of a swimming pool could cause some damage to a yard, which will take some time to re-grow the grass/vegetation around the pool area. Giving yourself 3-4 months for proper landscaping and vegetation growth, will ensure your yard is green, healthy and vibrant when pool time comes. Another positive is the amount of time spent waiting on the construction of the swimming pools OKC has in production. For many, the thought of having to wait 2-3 months before they can use their pool after its completion is too much to bear. By having your pool built now, you’ll have less time to wait before you can throw your first pool party!
Our pool construction process begins with a pre-construction meeting with your Red Valley Landscape Consultant and Project Manager. In this meeting you’ll have the opportunity to review the layout and initial plans. We offer many design wow factors, such as salt water, beach entry, grotto, waterfalls, water slides, and lazy rivers! Once the construction is finished, your Red Valley Consultant will take the time to teach you about the operation and maintenance for your new pool.
Red Valley Landscape & Construction has done it all from the smallest residential swimming pool to the largest commercial resort style pool. Red Valley Landscape & Construction builds the best swimming pools OKC has to offer, with services including custom swimming pools, in-ground pools, beach entry pools, custom tables and pool benches, in-ground pool floor cleaning systems, heated pools, and negative edge (infinity) pools.
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