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Cardinal Ultimate On Ground Pools
Cardinal Ultimate On Ground Pools
Author: Brian Lane
Date: January 13, 2022
Posted In: On Ground Pools
The Cardinal Ultimate Pool can be installed above ground, semi-in ground, or in ground. This budget-friendly pool can easily be customized with decking, landscaping, and siding. Built with 14 gauge in ground quality steel, the structure provides unmatched strength and durability to last a lifetime. If you have a sloping yard, the pool can be installed in the slope where part of the pool is above ground and another part of the pool may be completely in ground. The area where the pool is to be installed just needs to be virgin level ground. That’s all there is to it. Each Ultimate pool customer will receive a direct technical contact phone number should there by any questions at any time during the pool installation process.
Available with Brown Synthetic Wood Coping or White Bendable Coping.
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Propools has been selling pools online for over 20 years and a few years ago we stopped doing the installation so we could better focus on the Do-It-Yourself process and best servicing those customers. Many of our customers ask if we have contractors who can do the installation process. ​We don't have specific contractors whom we recommend for On Ground Pool Installation. Installation of a swimming pool does not have to be done by a swimming pool company because it is a basic and straight forward construction process. No specialized skill sets are needed to complete the backyard transformation of a life time. If you are handy (or have people help that are) and can follow instructions, then this project is for you.
When any of our on ground pools are purchased you will be contacted so we can start and continue a conversation through the entire installation process. You'll have full access to us and we can communicate through a few different methods. You can reach us at the office or through email and you will also receive a direct phone number for technical contact should you not be able to reach us in the office.
If you don't feel you're up to this project you should be able to find others to complete it for you. You've a few options. You can either act as a general contractor and hire sub-contractors to do the various tasks or you can hire one company and have them do all of it. Again, because the construction process is generic and straight forward; finding an installer shouldn't be that difficult. Here are some types of companies to look at, though it's not a complete list.
  • General Contractor companies
  • People who do additions on homes
  • Other pool companies
  • Compan​ie​s who install driveways
  • Landscapers
  • Local Handyman
  • Etc.