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    We started researching pool companies and after talking to 5 companies we picked Patio Pools. They listened and helped us build a pool we wanted instead of trying to steer us to their preferences to make it easier for them. Every time we asked a question along the way they answered us. We worked with Matt and he was awesome. After our pool was done he came over on his own free time and help us set up and acid wash the deck so we could have it ready for Super Bowl
    Jason L.
  • Crystal Blue Pools & Patios
    I have used Crystal Blue Pools services on multiple occasions and referred their service to clients, as well. ?Each time they have responded quickly, provided pricing that outmatches other competitors and handles the job all the way to the end with great professionalism. ?Our previous job by them about 4 months ago was a larger job with cement work of pouring colored cement for an approximate 700 sq ft patio, including the demolition and managing an existing sprinkler system. ?It could not have been handled better from beginning to end. ?The several other jobs I have asked their help with all went the same. ?A big thumbs up
    Patti H.
  • Precision Pools & Spas
    Sorry if I get carried away here but I am just too impressed with Precision Pools & Spas to simply make a note on how well they did! I didn't have to worry about giving Precision Pools a down payment and then not having them show up, they didn't even ask me for a down payment! Our pool was built in the late 60's and had already been re-plastered once and re-tiled twice. I was tired of fixing the tile every spring and the coping from the previous pool company could be pulled up by hand so I decided to have the pool stripped and the problems fixed. I call three pool companies to give me bids for the demolition, new plaster, coping, and new tile. Two of the companies I found in the phone book and Precision Pool & Spa I found on Angie's List. Of the two in the phone book one responded fairly quick and the other (after two calls) called back after the job was underway. Precision Pools called back within a day. I needed the bid broken down into the major items because I was going to be doing some of the work. Precision Pools was the only one to give me a bid that was what I wanted, was within reason cost wise, and that was flexible enough for me to work with. Doug Heer, owner of the company, brought up all the different division heads to look at the pool so they would know exactly what they would be dealing with. I talked with all the people about what I wanted and the pros and cons of the job. During this process Doug gave me the bid for the job and brought samples of the tile and plaster for us to chose from. Doug gave me a date that they could start the demolition for old plaster and a time frame of how long it would take. I might add that I checked with my neighbor who was in the process of having the same thing done. Their pool reconstruction was already underway. They told me who they had selected and how happy they were with them. Doug at Precision told me they had also bid on my neighbors job but didn't get the job. I am now swimming in my pool and my neighbors pool is still in the same condition as it was when I ask who was doing their job. Services performed included removal of old tile and two layers of plaster down to the gunite. Cutting bond beam for new coping and installing new coping. A new brown coat for the tile bed and new plaster for the pool. The morning they were supposed to start a crew showed up about 9:00am and went right to work. This was during the crappy time of spring which was more like winter but the demo crew, rain suits and all went right to work. The next part involved cutting down the old bond beam so a new one could be poured. Because all the equipment need to do this was already on the job site it was done the next day. They following day the crew doing the coping was on site about 9:00am to install the forms needed to pour the concrete for the coping. The next day Dave, coping guy, showed up bright and early and by the end of the day the coping was done. Next day the crew showed up removed the forms, cut the expansion joints, and sealed the coping. We didn't care for any of the normal pool tile samples, they just didn't go with our yard so I told Doug Heer I would be trying to find my own tile. What I found was a pebble tile which would look great. Doug had his regular guy come up and look at the tile sample and he gave us the ok on it. After I got the tile it was so heavy I wasn't sure it could be hung without slumping. I talked with Doug about my concerns and he ended up bring in a specialist who had used this type of tile before, just to make sure there were no problems. I was impressed! A few bad days of weather and a weekend went by and Clint Seeley showed up to put the brown coat on for the tile. When it was time to lay the tile I went over with Clint exactly how I wanted the tile. When it came time to tile the Jacuzzi and steps I was in the trenches with him and actually laid the tile on the steps. We had a wait of one week for the plaster because other jobs were in front of us. Doug told me the plaster crew would show up towards the end of next week. Thursday came and a crew showed up to pressure clean the pool. They told me they'd be back at 7:30 the next morning. The waste containers showed up by 6am. And the Plaster crew was there by 7:00. One day of plastering and one day of touch up and cleanup and I was filling my pool with water. One thing I really liked was that there was no evidence that I had any work done. No excess material left on the job, no damage from the work crews, no food wrappers from lunches etc. This was not normal. The last time I had the pool done the work crew left their excess coping and mortar buried in my compost pile! My hats off to the guys at Precision
    Nancy D.
  • Precision Pools & Spas
    Doug came out, gave me a bid for the work and we scheduled for couple weeks later. I had to drain the pool down 36" before work started and that took about 40 hours total. Two workers arrived morning of day scheduled, and took down the slide and jack hammered the concrete down 36" around the current 32 year old skimmer. (I had leak detection come out first and he felt a crack and tested with dye at he bottom of the skimmer). Next day two different workers came and cut the Slide Water valve over by the pump, capped them, and poured new concrete around new skimmer. They had suggested we cap that in case someone who buys my home later may want to reinstall a slide or water toy. Third day I could start filling back up, and two came and refinished the top of the concrete deck where slide posts and water supply had been. I am very satisfied as my pool was built in 1983 and the plumbing under the deck itself is not viewable. My pool is working good now, my suction for my vacuum is twice what it was so obviously the tiny 3" long crack they fixed (I saw the piece) was responsible for slow loss of water level and also had slowed the vacuum. Very reasonable and accommodating, and I have scheduled them to close my pool this year. Highly recommend Doug AND his employees
    Linda K.
  • Signature Pools of Utah
    We love our new pool. Signature was really easy to work with, and did an amazing job. We had to coordinate with other contractors, and Dave and his crew went above and beyond to accomodate timelines, deal with unexpected problems, and make sure the project was done right!
    Lance W.
  • Best Pools Inc
    We contracted with Best Pools in the spring of 2011 for the construction of an 18' x 40' sport pool and hot tub. We could not have hoped for a better experience. We are thoroughly enjoying our pool/hot tub for a third season now. The pool is beautiful and very well constructed. We have never had a problem. Craig (owner) is probably the hardest working individual I have ever met in my life. He has always made himself available to us to answer questions and provide us updates on new safety tips and fun accessory items as they become available. (The kids' new favorite is the splash line.) Last winter we had a problem with water draining and collecting under our hot tub to the extent that it raised it up out of the ground at an angle. Craig was awesome in helping us determine the problem and worked diligently with his crew to find a solution. He has always made us feel like he genuinely cares about our needs and wants to ensure we are happy, even after the "sale" was complete. High in professionalism, integrity, quality and work ethics, we strongly recommend Best Pools to anyone interested in adding a pool to their life
    David D.
    We went through a competitive bidding process for a remodel and landscaping project in 2011, and part of that was a adding a pool. We interviewed a lot of pool construction companies, got bids and liked Dolphin best, but we delayed the project until 2012. So, in 2012 we started the construction of the yard and addition and began planning for the pool. We re-engaged with dolphin and told them we were moving forward with the project. Long story short, they jacked up the pricing on us after they knew they had the business - but they waited until the last minute and their bid went up by 10's of thousands of dollars. Our general contractor was upset, confronted the guy we were working with at Dolphin and the Dolphin guy basically said and quot;too late to get another pool company for this project. Yeah, we jacked up the price. Deal with it.and quot;A nyway, we told them to keep our $1,500 deposit and go jump in a lake. He then told our general contractor that he'd take legal action if we used his special pool design. lol. It's a rectangular pool - nothing special about that. ;-
    joshua c.
    In 2015, we decided to have an in-ground pool and faux rock water feature installed. After seeing two different local pools built by BDL Structures featured on two separate cable TV shows, we were excited to meet with them to give us a bid. We ultimately gathered 3 bids and did some research on each of the companies. It should have raised concern in the beginning that BDL had virtually no reviews online, good or bad, but the thought of having “the guy who had pools featured on TV” building our pool, enticed us to select Brad Long of BDL. They had to be the best, right? A TV show wouldn’t select a company with a bad reputation or one building substandard structures, right? Brad Long (BDL Structures, LLC) started construction on our pool and faux rock water feature towards the end of 2015. Our experience through the last 4 years (yes, 4 years), has been a nightmare. We ended up in court early this year (2020) seeking reimbursement for funds we had to pay to a second company (at his direction because “he was too busy”) to make adequate repairs to the water feature that began falling apart almost immediately. We reached out to Brad repeatedly regarding our concerns about the deterioration of the faux stone structure and his responses were defensive, mentioning how many they’ve built the same way and that we would never be satisfied. His repairs were a band-aid at best, only patching the most troubled spots. We won in small claims by default judgement because Brad Long failed to appear, waited 30 days for him to appeal the judgement (which he didn’t), then contacted him requesting payment of the debt he now owes us. His response was that we were lucky he had things going on and couldn’t make it to court which allowed us to win the judgement. While we pursue all avenues to try and collect this debt from Brad Long, we wanted to make public the bad experience we had with BDL Structures. There is no way we would recommend him to anybody, in any capacity. If you have already signed a contract with him, watch over him and his crew every-step-of-the-way, take TONS of pictures to protect your interests and get EVERYTHING in writing
    Suzy M.
  • Paradise Pools & Construction
    I recommend staying away from Paradise Pools if you want any support after the sale. After spending $53,000 they are ok coming out to sell you over priced chemicals and service calls but once they find out you'd rather open and/or close your pool yourself the support stops.
    J.R. J.
  • Deep Blue Pools and Spas
    There has been absolutely no progress on the pool or its cover for the last two months. Phone calls either go unanswered or are met by lies that Anthony will be out. His cell phone message box is full and messages cannot be left. Calls to the office are met with "I'll tell Anthony." I sent a certified letter which they received demanding a refund. Again, no response. I have complained to the Salt Lake Better Business Bureau and the Utah professional licensing board about this company and its owner, Anthony Findley. So far, I have an empty pool with two large holes in it (one cut by Anthony), an unrepaired pool cover which I have no had to pay another vendor to repair, and I am still out my $3400. In my estimation, no one should do any business with this company or its owner because you will get nothing but the runaround
    Grafton H.
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