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We’re the pool experts

Our experienced pool estimators/ sales consultants are ready to assist you in selecting the best swimming pool design to suit your project and meet your specific needs.

When you buy a pool from Aquify Pools, you benefit from years of extensive experience in excavation and pool building.  You have access to high quality designs  and peace of mind from start to finish, knowing your job is being coordinated by your personal Project Manager, who is managing the Aquify Pools in-house teams to complete your new pool build. The Aquify team take pride in providing you with the best fibreglass pool on the global market worldwide with ground breaking Nano Tech Graphene technology. This makes our pools not only the strongest fibreglass swimming pool but the only fibreglass swimming pool with an extended lifetime warranty. We’ll be there for you from purchase to swimming! We can assist with landscaping options and fencing for your pool too, just ask us how. We have a design to suit whatever your pool preferences are, from casual, formal, and luxurious pool settings. Take a look at our fibreglass swimming pool selection and contact our team to arrange your obligation free consultation today.

Frequently Asked Questions

The cost of a pool is determined by a number of factors such as the size of the pool, the type of ground you are on, what type of access you have to your backyard and what options you would like to go with your pool. Options for your pool such as a separate spa,  pool heating, a water feature, can be included but will add to the cost.
 

Aquify’s range of pools are typically priced between $45k – $65k. This price generally includes excavation of your site, assisting with planning and approvals, the craning of your pool, concreting for the pool coping and installation of the plumbing with all equipment to run the pool. Landscaping, tipping, approvals and permanent fencing we can assist with but are not included. Domain Article on Pool pricing

A shortage of trades, an increase in freight charges and the rising price of all the materials that go together to create a backyard water-hole AKA a beautiful new swimming pool have combined to add around 20 per cent to the cost of a swimming pool in comparison to the last 5 years. However with the increased cost of having a swimming pool installed, we have also seen the increased value to properties that have a swimming pool. For every dollar you spend on having a swimming pool installed, you should see $2 – $3 dollars in value to your property come back at the point of sale or valuation. www.domain.com.au
The answer is could be either depending on your property and what is most important to you, if you are unsure get an onsite appraisal done for both and see which you feel is better suited to your family. Some key points a lot of families make their decision based on are listed below:
Design: Concrete pools can be made to any shape, or depth so if you had a very specific design or even an unusually shaped yard that would be difficult to fit a more typical shaped pool then concrete will give you that flexibility. Fibreglass pools come in set shapes and sizes but there are a lot of amazing designs to choose from and you also get the advantage to look at completed images of the exact pool you are considering.
Surface: Fibreglass pools have a smooth interior so your family doesn’t need to worry about getting cuts or scratches as can happen in a concrete pool (plaster, tile aggregate) especially important if you have active kids who have softer skin. The smooth surface of Fibreglass has other advantages the non-porous surface also makes fibreglass pools a lot easier to clean, less expensive to maintain as there are less costs for pool chemicals.
Install Time: The time needed for a fibreglass pool can be installed in 1-2 weeks with the whole process from the initial site consultation to plan approvals and installations being approximately 1-3 months. With a concrete pool, this process can take anywhere between 3-6 months with your outdoor space being a construction site and unusable for a longer amount of time. With a fibreglass pool you can be enjoying the pool a lot quicker with less disruption to your yard, pets and family.
Yes, we are partnered with Handypay who offer our customers flexible payment options which means you’re able to plan your pool project now and pay later. When we provide a proposal it will display what the weekly payment would be if you chose to use finance.
You can also click the link to find out if you are eligible for finance with Handypay in just a few minutes (it’s obligation free too!): https://app.handypay.com.au/portal/register-get-started/AquifyPools
The first step is an onsite consultation with one of our consultants who will discuss your pool project, your site requirements and develop a proposal. Once you are ready to proceed, the next step is to get plans drawn and approvals in place (we assist you with this too). Your installation date is then set and the pool site is excavated, your pool is craned in and the plumbing and concreting around the pool is completed. Our Service Manager then guides you through owning and maintaining your pool with a one-on-one handover demonstration. This entire process takes approx. 1 month – 3 months. From then on, it’s the finishing touches like fencing, paving and landscaping.
Choosing the right pool builder is an important decision. There are a number of factors you should be considering when making the decision with who to trust with your pool project, including:
Experience: How long have they been installing pools for? If a builder seems good but their company or the builder has only had a licence for few years you need to factor in a possibly higher level of risk dealing with a newer unestablished builder. You can easily check this by putting the builders licence details in the following link. At Aquify Pools we have been installing pools for 15 years with over 2000 pool installs in Sydney alone. Aquify Pools company licence is: 205571C.
Active in the area: Is the builder you are considering active in your area, if a builder is active and successful in your area this will demonstrate they understand the local councils and other things specific to your area and be able to build to a high level of quality and service that people in your area are happy with.
Home Warranty Insurance: Does your pool builder take out home warranty insurance for their installations. This protects consumers in case the builder you engage goes out of business or is unable to complete work on your project during the warranty period. It can be difficult to obtain this insurance so a lot of builders will not take this out for their clients leaving the client vulnerable if things ever were to go wrong. , Aquify Pools believes having HWI or Home Warranty Insurance is a must and takes this insurance out on every job as it gives our clients superior peace of mind on their investment.
Quality of pools – Some questions to consider:
Who makes the pool and what warranty does it come with?
Are they reputable, and have they been around a long time outsourced or in-house?
Do you know who will be the trades used in your pool project?
How long has the person working on your pool been in the industry?
How many pools have they installed?
 
Using outsourced trades can leave you unsure of who is actually working on your site, who is liable for what works completed on your job and what their specific experience is. Having an in-house team gives you peace of mind that the trades on site are experienced, qualified and are following the correct procedures for a pool installation in line with Australian Standards and OHS regulations. When you chose Aquify Pools you have only one company you need to speak with from start to finish and we take it one step further and provide you with not only an in-house team but also your own Project Manager who will coordinate all the works to be done in a timely, professional manner and to our professional company standard.
Lead time: Make sure your builder confirms when they would be able to do your project. Many builders can get easily backlogged with work not being able to complete your project as they are at the mercy of contracted trades. Although a builder may be able to start your project in a certain month, its also good to know an estimated completion date so you are not left with a job half done and there is transparency on your project from start to finish.

A fibre glass pool can be installed on pretty much any type of site including sloping. There are many solutions to assist with installing a pool in a sloping yard, whether it requires a retaining wall(s), a site cut or extra soil to be moved around, our pool consultants can advise on the best options for your site and we have many solutions available

We pride ourselves on being the tricky site experts and have a lot of tools available to deal with restricted or narrow access. Do you only have enough room to walk down the side of you home? Or maybe you have no access down the side of your home and can only access your backyard through your home. Regardless of how small, seemingly impossible, tight or restricted you feel your site is, chances are we can install a pool for you. Options can include various types of cranes, micro diggers, hand digs, helicopter (yes you read correct we have done helicopter installs) and we even deliver and install pools on the sea by barge! If you want a pool, ask us how it is possible, you’ll be surprised! 

It’s not every day that you get to deliver and install a swimming pool from the sea! Check out the video on how our in-house team managed this unordinary install plus more of our recent installs on our YouTube channel.

We have a variety of tools we use to detect rock if needed such as rock probes, geotechnical reports, soil testing and VENIM reports. Our excavation team have vast experience in working with all types of rock and soils in all areas of NSW including sandstone (most common), iron stone, hard shale along with other types of top soils including clay and sand. Often what is underground is hard to determine until digging begins, and our team are equipped with machinery onsite to deal with all types of rock including hydraulic rock breakers and rock saws to break down and excavate rock if required.

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