1419 Cross Water Circle Pool
Welcome to the Gabel’s home in Cyress Point within Brunswick Forest.
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We’ve got a dream....
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Enter: Phil Harris of Caribbean Pools
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A blank slate.
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Lots of nothing!
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Start your engines!
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Dig a whole and frame the pool.
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Lay in rebar for support.
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Ground wire and wait for good weather to spray walls with gunite.
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Spray on gunite.
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Let the gunite cure and keep lightly watered for a few consecutive days.
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Fill in around the pool and add accent tile.
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Enter: Chris Wainwright from Grass with Class Landscaping
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Prep the ground for travertine decking
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Tamp all the crushed stone in place and prep for pool coping and kitchen island.
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Get started on kitchen grill area.
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Raoul carefully and artistically measures and plans island. What a craftsman!
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Finish up island frame.
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Looking good!
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Adding cultured stone to sides.
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Bringing in boulders for water fountain.
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Adding coping around pool edge and starting travertine decking.
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Added travertine to kitchen top, added backdoor stoop and left space for small refrigerator.
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Left opening for small river rock garden near pool entry.
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Overview... getting beds ready, next will be fountain and pool finishing.
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Landscaping!
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Time to build fountain!
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This was magic! Daniel is an artist!
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Amazing! Fence was added too.
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Final coating of plaster with pebbles onto to pool walls and bottom.
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Smoothing pebbletec finish into final shape.
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Wash pool down with muriatic acid to reveal pebble texture and let cure .
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Adding 11 thousand gallons of water!
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Chris knows how and where to add drainage! Very very important!
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Added walkways of pavers.
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Added river rock insert garden to enhance pool shape.
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Back view of job from common area.
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We love our pool. 4 foot- 5 foot deep.
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Salt water system with heater and four spa jets on large spa sitting ledge.
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We love Caribbean Pools and Especially Grass with Class!
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And you should see it at night! Breathtaking!
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