This page was created for our new customers so you can see some of our work. Here are many of our inground swimming pool projects below. Please feel free to fill out the Request a Quote at this red link.
Below is our Blue Hawaiian Pools of Michigan Display for the 2017 Novi Pool and Spa Show
Choosing a Vinyl liner for your in-ground swimming pool can be a difficult decision. We’ve made it easy for you to choose by making a quality vinyl liner you can rely on and will fit your pool design and last for years to come. Plus, the Premier Vinyl Liner pattern selection offers a variety of designer patterns to suit any backyard swimming pool paradise. I have been designing and installing in-ground vinyl liner swimming pools for over 16 year’s now and I pride myself on being Michigan’s finest in-ground vinyl liner swimming pool builder. If you are looking for a new in-ground swimming pool or a replacement in-ground vinyl liner you have come to the right place. Call 248-525-9503 for a free in-home estimate.
All Premier Vinyl Liners are made from the finest vinyl available, specifically treated with a special fungicide to inhibit bacteria growth. Virtually maintenance-free, Premier Vinyl Liners are easy to clean and smooth to the touch. No scuffed toes or snagged swimsuits!
Inground vinyl liner swimming pool Project begins in Shelby Township, Michigan on 9/11 2015 Check out all our inground vinyl liner shapes and sizes at Vinyl Liner Pool Shapes and Sizes
This is the beginning stages of an inground vinyl liner swimming pool (after 2 days of excavation and assembly)
Steel Wall Construction
Spill Over Tub
Gemini Vinyl Inground Pool
The inground vinyl liner swimming pool size is a 16′ x 32′ the name of the pool is Gemini
These images show a 7’6″ Kula Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Spill Over Spa
Finished Project 18 days of construction
Building and designing in ground vinyl liner swimming pools is our passion. Blue Hawaiian pools of Michigan Pride our self in being the very best in ground swimming pool builder in Michigan. Every swimming pool project is planned out with great care taking all factors into account. We know cost can be a large factor when building an inground swimming pool so we have created a price guide to help every customer get the best value for your $$$. Give our company a call at 248-525-9503 or go to this link Request a Quote and we will get you the very best price for a custom project.
If you’re looking to spruce up your backyard in preparation for the summer, an in-ground swimming pool might be something worth considering. Having one is the best (and most fun) way to beat the heat during hot days, and it also adds value to your home. Before building a pool, however, you should know about the right type and materials to use based on the size of your backyard.
Pools come in all shapes and sizes, there are different pools for different lifestyles. Recreational pools are shallow at one end and deep on the other. It comes in different shapes, but the most common choice among homeowners is the standard rectangular one. Lap pools are similar to Olympic pools, but are narrower, which makes it ideal for training and exercise. Swim spas are ideal if you want a pool that generates artificial currents.
1. Vinyl Pools are among the most affordable options. Most vinyl pools are built on-site by assembling a pre-engineered perimeter wall system designed by the manufacture. The walls are usually made up of steel or polymer materials. One special advantage polymer walls have over any other vinyl pool wall is they are 100% corrosive free. A vinyl liner that is custom-made by the manufacture installs over the wall system to hold the water. Vinyl liners are great pools in moderate to cold climates. They are also great for all ages because the surface is smooth to the touch, so your family won’t have to worry about scraping their toes or knees like they would in a concrete pool.
2. Concrete Pools are made of aggregate, cement, sand, and water. Depending on the mix and application, you can use either a shotcrete or a gunite. Pool contractors will install a plaster finish to complete the installation.
3. Fiberglass Pools are pre-molded in factories and come in different shapes and sizes. Pool contractors simply have to place them over the hole they’ve dug and clean up the area to finish the installation.
Bricks, concrete, tiles, and stones are some materials that you can use for the pool deck. Make sure that the wet surface isn’t too slippery to avoid accidents. You decide if you want these materials to occupy only the borders of the swimming pool or create a pathway along the backyard. Regardless of the material used, pool decks also need regular maintenance to prevent the build-up of algae and moss.
Whether you’re planning to install a concrete, fiberglass, or polymer vinyl liner pool, make sure that you know the process well to build the right one for your home.