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Gunite Pool Designers/Builder Company: West Babylon, NY 11704/ 11707

Gunite Pool Designers/Builder Company: West Babylon, NY 11704/ 11707

This gunite swimming pool was built by Gappsi in West Babylon, Suffolk County NY. The pool size is 16’x32’ from 46” in the shallow area to 66” in the deep end. The pool incorporates a sundeck with a bubbler water jet. In the shallow area a bench across the deep end with walk out steps. This pool was built for therapeutical purposes as well as recreational. The pool incorporates a Badu jet for swimming and walking exercising. The pool coping is Pennsylvania blue stone thermo finished. The pool patio is natural granite pavers selected from the Gappsi natural stone collection. The pool finish consists of Diamond Bright Isla Verde. The pool also has a safety auto cover.

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Concrete Wall Vinyl Swimming Pool: Installed by Gappsi, Islip NY

Concrete Wall Vinyl Swimming Pool: Installed by Gappsi, Islip NY

unnamedThis 16’x32′ vinyl pool is equipped with stadium stairs, concrete walls, and vermiculite foot print free bottom. This pool has a solar safety auto cover built into the coping which allows homeowners to protect their pool with ease. The pool is accessorized with lounge couches and chairs.
Another pool accessory added to the design is a 16′ dolphin slide. Melphi Limestone two inch coping and pavers for patio. The yellow/beige natural stone brings a bright and fresh style to the finish of the backyard. Islip NY, built by Gappsi designed by Giuseppe Abbrancati.
Click here to watch the final product in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WZRiRXYPnvQ‘

Fiberglass Swimming Pool: Installed by Gappsi inc. Lawrence NY 11559

Fiberglass Swimming Pool: Installed by Gappsi inc. Lawrence NY 11559

V (1)Hours of construction and design building led the Gappsi group to create a Thursday Goliath 16×37 fiberglass swimming pool with a 3/8 bluestone gravel base that was installed for the under layer of the pool shell for stabilization. Once the pool was adjusted and numerous factors were considered, the pool was then lifted and dropped in place. After installation, Gappsi associates placed solar tubes around the perimeter of the pool to increase support for the concrete slab of the patio base. This fiberglass swimming pool was installed by Gappsi in Lawrence NY 11559, located on the south shore of Nassau County Long Island. Due to the areas high water table the pool needed to be elevated, and many yards of fill were delivered to raise the grade of the property. We faced many challenges installing this fiberglass pool because of its size and weight. The delivery was the main obstacle because due to the size of this pool, 16×37, it was very costly to cross bridges and drive on highways. Due to the size of this magnificent pool we needed 2 police car escorts to the job site.
The patio pavers used for this job were the Melfi Limestone. This unique stone is an earthy, multi-toned masterpiece; shades of beige, green, brown. and gray bring natural tones to the design. The stones are strategically placed in a Vincenza pattern along with a 2 inch thick random coping for the pool edge. The Melfi Limestone, and many other stones, are exclusively available at Gappsi. The stones are a beautiful contrast to the sapphire blue liner inside the pool. Plus assorted flowers and trees bring in pops of color and interest to the backyard area.
To enhance the aesthetic of the Thursday Goliath fiberglass swimming pool a safety auto cover was installed. The sleek blue auto cover allows customers to easily protect the pool by simply turning a key. The Goliath, 16×37 is 3.8” to 6’8”deep which makes this fiberglass pool a non-diving pool, however, the pool can be used for a plethora of reasons. It’s Olympic inspired shape is perfect for a morning workout swim, play water activities/sports with the kids, and allows family and friends to lounge on the extended benches and steps that are molded in the pool shell by the manufacture.
Follow the link to watch the full progression of the job: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HduvJbDLtc