FAQ


How can I be assured that your company is a reputable, quality pool builder?

Better business BureauAquascape Pools, Inc. is a Florida state certified swimming pool and spa contractor. 
We are fully licensed and insured throughout the entire state of Florida, license # CPC 048224.  

Aquascape Pools is  accredited  by  the BBB and  has an A+ rating. 

 
Make sure you check out any contractor with your local  Department of Consumer Affairs. For more information about our company  
please  see our About Us link.

 

How do I know if a pool will fit in my backyard?
Provide us with a survey of your property, showing the position of the house on the lot, and we will be able to show you how big a pool and deck area will fit.

 

Do pool shapes vary in price?
No, you can design any shape you like.  The size of the pool  determines the price. Click here for some common pool shapes.

 

How long does it take to build a pool?
That is determined by the intricacy of the pool and the weather. Average construction time is eight to ten weeks.

 

Do I have proper access to build a pool in my yard?
We need six to seven feet of unobstructed access to get equipment into the back yard.

 

How much damage to my yard will occur during construction?
Normally only a few pallets of sod are needed to repair tire tracks and finish around the pool deck.

 

What child safety measures do I need around my pool?
Florida law requires a child safety fence isolating the pool from the house or audible alarms on all doors and windows that open leading to the pool area.

 

Do I need a screen enclosure or fence around my pool?
Yes, one or the other must be in place per Florida Building Code.

 

Does your company offer financing?
Yes, we do offer links to financial institutions, please visit our financing link for further information.

 

How much evaporation takes place in a pool?
Expect evaporation to steal about 1/4” of water per day from a pool. That’s about 1 3/4″ per week. When it rains often, you will not notice water loss from evaporation. Pools occasionally do develop a leak , but most likely water loss is from evaporation. To check if water loss is from evaporation or a leak, try the bucket test.  Click here