The pool is complete except for the patio around. We installed the porcelain pavers for water line tiles, Installed Indiana limestone as the coping. Laminar Jets, spillover water bawls and sheer descends in raised sundeck in the back. The sundeck with steps and the spa is raised from the water.
Gappsi installed this gunite pool in Roslyn Heights Nassau county on Long Island. That is 25×60 with an elevated spa that spills over into the pool on all four sides. You have a step down to the sundeck area with 12 inches of water on the sundeck for people to put chairs, then they can enter the spa. Then we have steps to go to the shallow area of the pool with a bench in front of the spa. The deepest part of the pool is just 5ft. It’s going to be a walkable pool. In the back we have a raised area with sheer descends coming out of it. We are going to start filling in the pool tomorrow with water after we acid wash it. We are using Tahoe-blue diamond bright as a finish for the pool shell, Indiana limestone for the coping and the spa and six inches waterline porcelain tiles under the coping. The guys are finishing smoothing out the last details. We put an inlay of tiles with the design of dolphins swimming around a ball. This is gappsi’s latest project about to be finished.
This small backyard was designed by Giuseppe Abbrancati and installed by Gappsi in Merrick, Long Island NY in 2018 on a spectacular waterfront property. The layout incorporates a gunite swimming pool with a spa, corner stairs, benches, and sheer descent water features that were installed along one side of the pool facing the house. The pool also has a safety auto cover, automation system, LED lights, salt chlorine generator, and an ozone system.
The pool finish consists of Diamond Brite French Gray with tile markers installed at the edges of the steps and benches. Pennsylvania blue-stone was used for the coping and the patio was paved with Pompeii limestone selected from Gappsi showroom. A gas fire pit was installed on the circular shaped patio and Acadia Go-Green synthetic turf was used to cover the remaining yard space. The deck was modified to accommodate the new backyard layout.