Procon Pools

Luxurious and lavish are only a few of the words that come to mind when viewing this stunning L-shaped pool. Perfectly framing the home, this pool flawlessly illustrates the dream for resort style living, and completely enhances the aesthetics of the outdoor area.

The expansive Pink Lady sandstone capping tile and paving perfectly blends with the colour palette of the inside of the home, and contrasts effortlessly with the warm tones of the decking area. When the home is opened up the outdoor area seamlessly integrates with the interior, and the boundaries are blurred between indoors and out.

The inviting blue quartz interior gives the pool a warm ambience, and the LED spa lights from Spa Electrics add a stylish finishing touch. Incorporating a raised garden along the pool edge and an elevated sundeck, the outdoor area has been transformed into an alfresco delight, becoming the centre for entertaining at this home.

The concrete pool measures at 12m x 3m, plus 4m x 2m, and utilises water-saving initiatives like water tanks, cartridge filters and a pool blanket. The pool includes a Hurlcon Viron CL600 filter, Hurlcon Vx11T salt chlorinator and Hurlcon Viron P300 pump.

Designed in close conjunction with Procon Pools and the project builder at Fairhaven Homes, this pool was obviously planned by experts with a passion for pool construction.

The team at Procon Pools pride themselves on exceptional customer service. For them the purchase of a swimming pool is a luxury and as such the experience of constructing one is as important as excellent design.

Founded in 2003, Procon Pools has been built on the desire to create beautiful swimming pools that are a pleasure to build, own and share. They design and construct concrete swimming pools, and have established a solid reputation delivering to their clients a well built swimming amenity that is creative in design, solid in construction as well as being a hassle free experience.

Procon Pools construct pools all over Melbourne as well as the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas, and are a member of SPASA .