“It can’t be done! No way for a small pool to fit in your tiny backyard!” said a competitor and pool builder. “It’s impossible! No one can do it! Your yard is too small.“
The pool builder almost destroyed Lorraine’s vision. She was devastated. Lorraine was convinced that a pool would not fit in the tiny space between her home and the huge easement. When I told her I could do it, she was very skeptical.
Well, as you can see from the picture above, I did it! But I am an extraordinary pool contractor. And Lorraine is thrilled. But it took a lot of skill and grappling with city inspectors who tried to kill the idea. A hair raising experience and a few bitten nails.
But we succeeded! We built it to the patio to avoid the easement. The small pool is 11′ wide and 18′ long. This spool has a teal quartz interior and waterfall. It also has therapy jets and a bubbler on the tanning ledge with umbrella sleeve. The depth is 3 1/2′ x 4′.
Lorraine’s comments: “You’ve no idea how delighted I am with this pool Janine!!
Other builders said I couldn’t put one in and you not only did it but gave me more than I could ever have hoped for! You have improved my quality of life to no end and shielded me from the trauma [inspectors] involved Thank you!!!!”
I love Lorraine’s comments! My whole purpose as a builder is to improve Lorraine’s quality of living. It is so wonderful to live in the United States!
The small pool above fitted perfectly. You might have a small space too and need a small pool. Nothing fancy. Just something that you can dip into and glide around. Maybe some water aerobics. Or possibly a massage with some therapy jets, after a stressful day at work. Or lounge around with a Margueretta. With the babbling sounds of a waterfall in the background for a tranquil space. And remember, the some small palm trees for a tropical effect.
So, if you are concerned about whether a spool, or small pool, or cocktail pool will fit in your yard, ask Janine.
Depending on your preferences, you should have at least $29,000 to get something appealing for a small space. A bit more buys a few optional upgrades.
Questions and Answers
Question: How big is a small pool?
Answer: Anywhere from 10′ x 10′ to 12′ x 22′
Question: Are straight shapes are available?
Answer: Yes, any shape that you prefer.
Question: What depth is a small pool?
Answer: 3′ to 5′ is normal.
Question: How long does it take to build a spool?
Answer: We build within 6 weeks normally.