Pool Construction in Maryland: A Look Behind the Scenes


Ever wanted a behind the scenes look at what pool construction in Maryland looks like? Everyone is familiar with the finished product, but not many people know what a pool under construction looks like. In this week’s blog, we’ll take a look at one of our pools currently under construction in Maryland from its inception to where it currently stands. We’ll keep up with this pool in future blogs so you can see how it progresses and what the beautiful finished product looks like. And remember that just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean you can’t build an in-ground pool in Maryland. The mild fall weather allows building to continue past the summer.

A Look Behind the Scenes at Pool Construction in Maryland

Breaking Ground

Here we see the first stage of the process once design and blueprints are complete. Breaking ground on your pool is always an exciting time in your project! Click the photos for larger images.

breaking ground

breaking ground pool








Installation of the Mold

Once the ground has been dug out to the specifications of the pool, it’s time to install the mold. The mold is a metal frame that will be used to reinforce the concrete which will form the base and walls of the pool. Note the additional mold that will serve as the framework for the spa, pictured below.

pool frame

pool spa frame








Application of Gunite

Once the mold is in place, it’s time to apply the gunite. Gunite is a type of concrete mix that will dry and harden to form the concrete basin of the pool.

pool gunite

concrete gunite









Keep up with our blog for more photos of this pool construction in Maryland as it progresses!

Rhine Pools is dedicated to bringing you the ultimate outdoor living experience. More than just a pool builder, our expertise in outdoor living helps us design the custom outdoor living experience you’re looking for. If you have any questions about a new pool or about pool renovations in Maryland, contact RHINE Pools by calling 410-442-2445 today!


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