Every pool owner wants something similar from their pool experience, whether that includes family fun, relaxation, or even increasing the value of your home, but how you choose to create that experience is different for each person and family. To make sure that your pool fits your exact needs and style, work with the experts at Anthony & Sylvan to create your custom oasis. We provide the following to help create an individualized design for each customer:
Custom Pool Design
Every person’s home is different, with custom space limitations and varying terrain. At Anthony & Sylvan Pools, we don’t do pre-fab pools because no person is one-size-fits-all. We offer pools in every shape and size, designing them specifically to fit your needs and style. We design geometric and freeform pools in every size, just as we have been for the past 75 years. We offer more classic looks like the kidney-shaped pool to the more recently popular infinity pools.
Custom Pool Style
A homeowner in North Carolina may not want or need the same type of pool that we would build in Nevada. Because of this, we offer a wide range of pool styles and finishes to match your individual style and the surrounding scenery. Whether you planned on a a more traditional white finish for your oasis or not, we offer varying shades and finishes to give your water a sparkling blue or dazzling green effect. We also offer custom pool tiling with frost-proof and acid-resistant designer tiles that come in an array of colors. Want an even more custom finish? Ask us about our mosaic tile inlays!
Unique Coping and Decking Options
For a finished look for your pool, we offer various coping and decking options to really make your backyard haven stand out. We provide stone, concrete, and brick coping and decking for a beautiful, finished look. Plus, we create all our coping and decking surfaces with safety in mind. These unique finishes can keep the outside of your pool cool to the touch on hot days, more slip-resistant, and can help prevent unnecessary dirt and debris from entering the water.