Utah Swimming Pool Contractor & Remodel Specialist Serving Salt Lake City, Provo, and beyond
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Re-imagine your backyard with a beautiful pool & spa professionally designed and expertly built by one of Utah’s best swimming pool contractors. Blue Haven builds concrete pools—also known as gunite pools, as well as fiberglass pools and complete pool renovations.
We provide pool construction services in the Salt Lake City/Provo region and throughout the state, and our team can build the aquatic retreat and all the backyard amenities that are perfect for your family and lifestyle.
Choose from a full spectrum of inground pool designs: From a tropical, boulder-studded lagoon with a beach entry, to a contemporary straight-edge configuration with sleek cascade water features, you can have any kind of pool & spa design for your personal tastes and inground pool budget.
Construction by a pool industry veteran
When you choose Utah Blue Haven as your pool contractor, you are getting the benefit of vast expertise and hands-on supervision.
Overseeing each and every new project in our Utah operation is someone who has been working in and around pools for over 40 years. Bob Salvo holds a Utah pool contracting license, and he has built thousands of inground pools over the years.
His construction savvy is reflected in the projects he creates. You can have virtually any size, shape, or configuration of pool. Include a range of decorate and functional features as well, from tanning ledges to rock grotto waterfalls. You can also select from a range of pool deck options, including brick, pavers, flagstone, poured concrete, and stamped & decorative concrete,
With the level of expertise Bob and his pool-construction team also build commercial pools, such as hotels, resorts, motels, YMCAs, apartment complexes, and HOA/communities.
A better swimming experience for the whole family
A key advantage we offer our pool clients is an alternative purification. Instead of depending on harsh chemicals to maintain a water quality, you can have our SmartPure Duo technology ensuring a more comfortable swim environment.
The Duo system use two gentle, but powerful technologies: ozone and UV germicidal light. Together, they attack a wide spectrum of disease-carrying pathogens in pool water as it passes through the pool equipment—away from the pool. The result: a gentler, more pristine swimming environment.
Saving water in Utah: How our pool equipment & accessories make a difference
Utah is the second-driest state in the country, so responsible use of this precious liquid resource is important. Blue Haven’s state-of-the-art pool equipment helps in this effort, and it’s why we use only cartridge-type filters.
Why does the type of filter matter? Because unlike DE and sand filters, cartridge models do not require backwashing—a process that can waste hundreds of gallons of pool water a year.
Along with significant amounts valuable pool water, cartridge filters are easy to maintain. With massive dirt-holding capacity, Blue Haven’s super-size filters need cleaning only once a year on a typical Utah pool.
Another water conservation strategy we off: automatic pool covers. Using a cover is the number-one tactic to save water. A cover can greatly slow the pace of water evaporation—particularly on hot Utah days and cold desert nights. Research shows that they can slash evaporation by 95 percent!
In addition, pool covers greatly enhance safety if you have small children. Covers also help keep your pool cleaner and warmer.
Planning your new in-ground pool and backyard makeover
Get started today on your new inground pool & spa. Request a copy of our free photo-filled, color brochure, or call for a free in-home pool estimate and design presentation for a pool tailored to your backyard.
385-323-7921 | 1032 West 700 South | Pleasant Grove, Utah | 84062
The Blue Haven Pools & Spas trademark has been in use since 1954. Some offices may be independently owned & operated and have been in business for varying numbers of years. Check with your local licensing board or state corporation division.