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Gulf Breeze Enterprises by J & J, LLC
John is very capable and a man of many talents. He's not limited to working on pools and hot-tubs. He finds good people to sub-contract. He cleans up after they finish a project.
Arrived on time, professional and courteous, minor disruption to homeowners, retaining wall is stable.
I got Tim's name as a referral from Endless Pools. Tim had been to an Endless Pools training seminar, and so was familiar with what needed to be done. We discussed what needed to be done (a fairly standard 5 year maintenance procedure) via email, and I ordered the replacement parts from Endless Pools. Tim sent me a detailed estimate for what he would be doing. I mentioned to Tim that the hydraulic motor was not moving any water, and he said he had some extra parts he would bring in case they were needed. When the parts came from Endless Pools, I contacted Tim and we made arrangements for him to come out to work on the pool. I drained most of the water before he came. The first day Tim's son, Dillon, came with another young guy to do the "demolition". They were both polite and personable. and quickly got to work taking out the benches and then the liner. They clearly knew what they needed to do. We discussed a few extra things I wanted them to do, and they took things apart and piled them up very neatly on my deck. I had wanted to have them take off the rails the pool cover rode in, so I could clean them up myself, and they started on that, but realized that they were glued in at a few spots, and so they showed it to me. I asked if they could do the cleanup in place, and they said yes. I asked what that would cost and I was told there would be no charge; they considered it part of refurbishing the pool. I figured at that point I was in good hands. When the liner was off, they started scraping corrosion off the galvanized steel sides of the pool. Dillon said that they recommended putting a plastic liner on the metal, as it would prevent future corrosion. I agreed to this, figuring that this would be a good time to do it. By the end of the day, they had cleaned and polished the stainless steel benches and scraped down and touched up the isdes, and left the various parts neatly on the deck. The next morning Tim and Dillon returned. They got to work quickly putting the plastic liner on the metal sides, and then putting the liner in, and replacing the motor. I was obvious that the reason the motor had stopped moving water was that the fan blades had all broken off. Apparently the original fan design was not great. Tim had a replacement fan ( a new and better design) and installed it. They were filling up the pool at the end of the day; they needed it full enough so they could cut the various holes in the liner the next day. It was dark by the time they finished for the day, and they were working with headlamps. The next day they returned and cut the holes in the liner for the lights and jets, changed the hydraulic fluid, and installed the new motor. Dillon was standing for a long time in the freezing water, cutting and attaching things. He had waders on, but it was really cold! Again it was clear that these guys knew what they were doing, so I did not feel I had to check up on them much. They finished the rest of the work, and we checked that the various motors and lights worked. They were polite and professional and hard-working, organized and tidy. Tim showed me an invoice at the end of the last day, and when I compared it to his estimate, the new invoice was lower, even counting in some plumbing repairs they did that were not in the original agreement. I told Tim that he probably undercharged me, and he said that when they put on the extra plastic liner on the metal sides, they did not have to do as much metal refinishing as they would otherwise do, and so even with the cost of materials, they charged less for that part of the job than the estimate called for. So, all in all, they were polite and professional, did a good job (everything works!), were tidy and cleaned up after themselves, and charged me less than the estimate called for. Sounds like a good deal to me
Casey the owner gave a very informative interview and appraisal of a extensive back yard pool and landscaping project. We decided to use his company and authorize the next faze which was the clay mock up of the actual project. Based on that mock up and his professionalism we have decided to go ahead with the project
Casey and his team really care about their customers and the product/service they offer. A swimming pool project is complex, with many steps to complete. In my project, we had demolition/concrete removal, gas pipe set-up, electrical, fire pit construction, pool structure preparations, plaster specialist, concrete delivery, and then the artistic formation of the pool deck, coping, sides, and bottom. The team coordinated the resources needed (subcontractors), educated me on the process with patience, kept me informed of what to expect every step of the way and were highly responsive to my feedback and the changes I made to the plan along the way. I'd work with them again and highly recommend them, their creative talent, and the beautiful results. While they could make any kind of pool, they create resort-like pools for your home. You will end up with a unique pool and one that you, your friends and family will enjoy for many, many years to come. Wonderful! Call them
KrisCo Aquatech Pools & Spas
Initially the new mortar stayed white rather than gray and did not match the older mortar and some of the grout fell off but KrisCo returned and acid washed the mortar to match and replaced the grout. The final job was great and I would recommend them to anyone. Very professional and pleasant to work with
I never hired this company. Three missed appointments. The fourth, introduced themselves as another company. Promised a bid that night or next day. Nothing. After repeated attempts to make contact, no one should EVER work with this organization.
Pierce Pools & Outdoor Visions
Project manager not as engaged as we needed him to be. Not enough oversight over subcontractors which resulted in quality issues that took beyond 6 months to address. Little to no communication about the timeline, when subcontractors would arrive, what the next steps were and when work was completed. Extremely stressful process caused by lack of engagement and communication
KrisCo Aquatech Pools & Spas
Problem one: they installed a salt water system and the rust from the reebar in our pool was poking through the plaster and our plaster had holes from the rebar and many rust marks. Barney said they made a mistake and were sold a technology (salt pools) that just does not work in this area and they were as fooled and blind sided as I was. My response: okay, bummer, stuff happens and I understand and how do we move forward. He offered to discount the cost to fix the problem. I wasn't real thrilled by this (I felt he should have paid the whole thing) but I am a business owner too and I understand how things can go wrong. We agreed to move forward with both of us sharing in the cost. I thought they were going to replaster the whole bottom, instead, they slapped together the most shoddy, ugly patch job you could imagine. It is an absolute eye sore. It would be similiar to your painter patching the middle of your wall in your family room that you look at everyday and not paint over it. I have asked him repeatedly to come out and look at it, and he won't return my phone calls. Problem two: the rust that was pretuding through from the salt water (which we no longer have) is continuing to protrude through, stains and the bottom of the pool are getting worse and it is forming holes in the bottom of the pool because the plaster is eroding (mind you, this was a $200,000 pool - we didn't spare any expense). The bad part is Barney (the owner) has not returned one of my 10 phone calls, he has promised to call me back, his staff has asked him to call me and he continues to avoid me. Full Disclosure: Kevin (the son) who works for Barney is world class. He digs in and tries to fix any problem he can. I have the utmost respect for his efforts, professionalism and persistence to get a problem fixed. Dallas also does a great job. Very personable, great effort to fix any problem and treats the client with respect and integrity. Barney, the owner is such a huge disappointment, his staff has to constantly protect him and make excuses for him why he hasn't called or that he will call. Barney, until he steps up and wants to really diagnose the problem, discuss solutions to fix it, is a complete fake and horrible example to his son, his team and the business community and lack of follow through. Barneys word is fake. We have also spent close to $15k on monthly maintenance but will be dropping that if Barney doesn't at least return a phone call, look at our problem and be respectful enough to at least address the problem. He sure followed up when my check bounced, but now that he has his money, he doesn't want anything to do with us. Very disappointing. I would NEVER, EVER, recommend their service as long as Barney is involved. If Kevin or Dallas started their own firm (pool construction or maintentance), I would follow them for sure
At Sta-Built Construction we do all we can to make your project easy. It starts with a FREE ESTIMATE.Our estimates are very comprehensive and we ensure that you will be happy with the many design ideas we offer and upgrade options. We offer special financing deals to all of our customers. Right Now you can get a 12 MONTHS SAME AS CASH LOAN to finance your project. We stand behind our projects with a strong 5 Year Warranty. Give us a call to get your project started!!
"Job went very quickly and smoothly. Entire project was completed by one four-man crew in less than 20 hours over three work days. Definitely would hire again and recommend to others."
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"The work was completed ahead of schedule and on budget. The value was incredible. We had pre and post construction meetings with the Owner Mike Semerad who explained how the project would progress. We had daily briefings with the Site Supervisor explaining what was to be accomplished each day. At the end of each day everything was cleaned up and put away. We had interaction with the Crew who answered any questions we had about what was going on. Everyone who has seen the completed project has been very impressed at the attention to detail. We are so pleased with our yard that we have contracted with Alderwood to redo our front and side yards this year. Of all the home improvement projects that we've done this is the highlight of all our work.
Black Pine Spas & Leisure Products is the Puget Sound’s oldest and largest dealer of high quality hot tubs, pool tables, infrared saunas, gazebos, and certified repair services. We also offer a host of accessories and related items to complement each of these product categories. We invite you to pay us a visit; www.BlackPineSpas.com and see for yourself what makes Black Pine the number one choice and why over half of our business is based on referrals from our existing, satisfied customers. F..
"Spa: We’ve had the spa for , so we can’t tell 10 months. There’s only one model with less stuff than ours, and that’s basically just the spa with no jets at all. Ours has a light (standard) four jets and blowers. That’s it. So, hopefully that also means less to go wrong. Here’s what we think could be better and what we like about our Tidal Fit. Could Be Better: · Their instruction/operation manual needs a good over haul. Especially better clarification of the electrical setup, pad details and computer programming part. · It would be cool if they had a timer as part of the clock so you could time your swims. · Swimming in it takes a good ability to control where you are in the spa. The jets push you around, so you have to really focus so you don’t hit the back, front or sides when swimming. The tile stripe on the bottom is too far back for viewing, especially through all the bubbles. I find it best to turn on the light and focus on that. · The dimensions they provided of where to place the electrical conduit for coming up under the spa (versus through the provided side ports) was not provided in the manual and the measurements the factory provided were a little off, but Jesus did a great job of placing the spa and adjusting for this. · The spa shelf where the jet controls are pools up with water. This should be more sloped so water runs back into the tub. Over time, a seal could leak and cause dripping water onto the systems/electrical below. · Be prepared to maintain your spa! Filters cleaning, rubbing down the water line area, chemical checks and adjustments, etc.. It’s a bit of a pain, but it’s part of keeping the spa operating (lower service and maintenance costs!) and enjoying the spa. No different from changing your engine oil filter and washing/vacuuming your car. Just part of it. We found a great local spa/pool supplier. I take my water in once a month, they test it and we add that amount of chemicals. In-between, we use the chem-sticks and adjust levels. Once you’re properly educated (web search, read and watch videos) it’s really pretty easy. · Cover Lifters – There’s a reason they never show pictures of the spa with the covers on the cover lifters. These lift the covers…but leave them sitting 2’-3’ above the top of the spa. If you’re in a hot tub and one side is against a house or facing something you don’t want to look at, no problem. But if you want to see your view these lifters suck. Since the swim spa uses two covers, they block even more and start to make you feel like you’re closed in. We wish we knew this before. We ended up using the lifters, but we attached them in a way that allows us to lower the covers even with the top of the pool. It’s a tight fit, and only I can lift the covers back up, so I have to be around when my wife wants to swim. We Like: · Jesus and Marcus! · The feeling of lightness when in the spa. · The view when we are resting in the pool. I don’t think we could have planned a better view considering we live in an older subdivision…but we love it. · How we physically feel after swimming. Joints, muscles, mind…relaxed. · The chemical thing is easier after a couple of weeks and once we get our pool cabinet and have everything organized and easily accessible, along with our maintenance cheat sheet, it will be a breeze. · Between the four jets and blowers it creates a strong current to swim against. I’m a strong swimmer, but older and have low endurance. I can overpower the jets and blower for a short time freestyle swimming, but not for long or when doing any other stroke. My wife is very happy with the strength of the current. The only thing is the current pushes hard against my goggles and sometime floods them, so having a good pair of goggles is important. We went to a local swim shop and they hooked us up. · The attachment that allows you to strap around your waist and swim against that works really well since you don’t need to turn on the jets. Good alternative! Suggestions: Buyers: · Read the warranty! There are a couple of things in there that void the warranty so you don’t want to skimp on them. · Pad site – The spa with water weighs a bit more than 16,000lbs! That’s a lot of weight and the last thing you want to do is skimp on your pad and pad placement. Since the pad is the spas foundation and trying to fix a sunken or severely compromised pad means draining and moving a 1600lb spa, get it right. Ours is 6” oversized all around the spa, 5.75” thick with fiber reinforced throughout and metal on the edges (my Dad is a civil and mechanical engineer and explained all the forces on a pad). We also have a full daylight basement, so we wanted to assure the lateral pressure wasn’t an issue. The spa sits 10’ from the house and the pressure dissipates to none within several feet from the house. But what’s really important about the pad is the substrate…the foundation of the pad itself. Our ground has a great sand/clay/small rock consistency that packs really well. Make sure you know what your ground is like. Basically, if you can grab your dirt and ball it up easily and it stays balled up…you’re looking good! We used 4” of 5/4- crushed rock and used a vibrating compactor to compact the ground and each inch of gravel. · Electrical – We used the following: Main Panel – double pole 60amp single switch breaker. #6 red, green, black, white wire run through 1 ¼ “ grey electrical conduit. We had a 75’ run, so we needed the heavier wire. All in one spa sub-panel with 60amp double pole GFCI from Home Depot. I’m a DIY (do it yourselfer) and have electrician friends that reviewed the unclear electrical details in the owners manual with me. I also called the state electrical inspector and discussed my particular setup and found out what he recommended. Pulling the wire was easy for four reasons: 1) we used three L boxes and only had three other 90 degree angles. 2) we used our shop vac to suck a lead line of twine through the conduit for pulling. 3) we simply duck taped about 6” of all four wires together with the twine for pulling on. This kept the diameter of the wire bundle small. 4) My wife and I coordinated pulling on the twine and pushing on the wire at each L box. That along with how slick the outside wire casings are really made our wire pulling easy! · Service/Operational Overview – Pre-schedule this for ASAP after your spa becomes operational. Figuring out the chemical part takes a bit and the manual misses some key points. Due to our schedules and Black Pine’s M-F 8-5 work week, we waited two weeks to get an appointment. Again, a couple of calls to Mike cleared the chemical questions up and we were swimming on Saturday morning (delivered Thursday afternoon). · Service – Since Black Pine is in Edmonds, they start out providing service in the South (Pierce/South King County) because of traffic issues. The good thing is they come in the A.M., but they don’t come in the P.M. nor after work or weekends. So plan for this. Black Pine · Chill on the sales speed part. People are spending a lot of money on their spas, give them the time to feel as relaxed during the sale as they will when using their new spa. · Increase the automatic education and spa review part. Knowledge removes all the fear of dealing with something new which increases a buyers experiences and satisfaction. · Provide weekend/evening service. Taking a day off work to have your spa service/fixed sucks. Not all of us are retired…yet! · Add a product delivery to your service route. Since your guys are already out doing service, have them also drop off products people can order from you (chemicals, parts, covers, etc.). Smaller items could be shipped. · Consider a South King county service/parts/products location. · Provide a chemical/water balancing cheat sheet explaining what to add, how to go about adding it, etc. Don’t wait on the initial service overview call to get people using their spa. · Clarification on what delivery means. We were told the cover and the cover lifter came with the spa. What wasn’t clarified is that Black Pine doesn’t install the cover clips or the lifters. Whaaaaat??? Really, that’s like buying a new car and having to install the doors and locks yourself. This is why I’m a detail person…but I can’t think of everything. Kudos to Mike for stepping up and offering to do this for us at no charge. · A sheet for new spa owners explaining initial overview of caring for the physical spa, working with the chemicals and balancing the water, preparing the pad, etc.. Basically all the things that a new spa owner must do to prepare for and take care of their spa after its delivered. Some of this is in the manual, but you don’t get the FULL manual until the spa is delivered…and the manual misses some key points. It doesn’t have to be a book, but at least a list of things people should be checking into.
American Tubs designs and manufactures a complete line of premium quality Walk-In Bathtubs that are ideal for people with Limited Mobility, Seniors, Disabled and people with pain, arthritis, stress and other debilitating conditions.
"I called for a quote, they were very professional."
I am an independent contractor. I am a very hard worker and will always make sure that the job is done to your specifications and that the customer is happy. I will provide a bid for a job and provide an invoice when the job is complete. If the project is a large project with a lot of out of pocket up front costs for myself, then we can set up a payment plan for the project, for example, each stage of the project would be a different amount expected to pay for the project, this is typically d..
"My wife and I moved into a new home in a newly-constructed neighborhood. Given the demand for landscaping in our area (4000+ new homes going in over the next half-dozen years) I was surprised that Courtney responded promptly to my request for a site visit and quote (another company never responded at all). Based on what I paid for a previous paver patio at my old house, and what a new neighbor paid for their landscaping, I thought that Courtney's bid was very reasonable. Courtney's team arrived when he said they would and completed the work by the date that he said they would. Per HOA rules, they cleaned up street-side at the end of each work day. After the job was completed Courtney came back at no expense to tweak one patio to get it just the way I wanted. CD Excavating does not do landscape design; they execute the design that you provide, which may include irrigation. They do not provide plants but will plant the ones that you provide. No contract or down payment required.
KrisCo Aquatech Pools has been building pools and spas in the Puget Sound Region since 1982 and is your top choice for swimming pools in the Northwest. We specialize in custom design and construction of in-ground gunite swimming pools and spas for both residential and commercial applications.
KrisCo Aquatech Pools specializes in:
• Complete design and construction of in-ground pools and spas
• Pool and spa remodeling and renovation
• Fiberglass pools
• Sanitizing and in-floor cleanin..
"Very knowledgeable and puntual service. Explained everything about my new pool in detail and clarity.
<br /> Price was almost as the much as the house inspection that was taking place at the same time. That's my only complaint. That being said, they do seem to know their business and I would trust them for minor and major repairs. I'll write again if I ever have them do one for me (hope I never need that though). Would certainly use again.
My name is Ernie. I have been working in the construction industry since 2001 and graduated from construction school in 2011 (CITC).
If you are looking to fix or update your home/business, I have years of experience in the following but not limited to:
•Interior/exterior quality painting (attention to detail)
•Carpentry (in general)
•Mud & taping
•Concrete repair/applied sealer
Swimming Pool Companies in Puyallup are rated 4.5 out of 5 based on 123 reviews of the 3 featured Puyallup pros
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