25 Meter (Short Course) Backyard Lap Pool Construction Timelapse

Backyard_Lap_Pool

8 млн көрүүлөр2 658

    Construction of 25 Meter, two lane lane lap pool. 85K gallons.
    Best viewed on TV in 1080P.
    Video is geared towards the pool construction enthusiast audience - might be a bit long-winded for the casual viewer - apologies.
    Edit: For those viewers that are "pool nerds" like me - here are some fun specs on the pool.
    Length: 82’
    Width: Main pool area: 19’
    Bench / Baja / Spa sections: 33’
    Depth: Baja Shelf / back bench: ~22”
    Around spa: 3’
    Shallow end lap lanes: 4’
    Centerline of pool: 4’6”
    Deep end: 10’
    Excavation:
    600 cubic yards volume in ground
    72 x 12-yard-trucks hauled off
    (3 work days - 5 guys)
    Steel:
    ~18,000 LF #4 rebar
    (1.5 work days - 4 guys)
    Plumbing:
    ~300 LF 3" PVC
    ~1,300 LF 2" PVC
    ~350 LF 1.5" PVC
    (6 work days - 3 guys)
    Gunite:
    190 cubic yards (probably more like 160 in place after rebound loss and shot compression)
    10" walls top to bottom, 9" floors
    (1.5 work days ~ 18 guys)
    1st clean-up:
    30 cubic yards
    (0.5 work days - 4 guys)
    Tile & Coping:
    400 SF glass
    220 SF split-face
    330 LF 5cm coping
    (10 work days - 4 guys)
    Flatwork:
    32 cubic yards
    (3 work days ~12 guys)
    Plaster:
    7 cubic yards of Wet-Edge Southern Lights
    (0.75 work days ~30 guys)
    Total Construction Time without flood would have likely landed between 4 and 6 months (depending on how much we hired out vs doing ourselves.)
    With the flood and rebuilding the house though, it stretched to about 3 years - with long breaks in-between phases of the pool project post-flood.
    Equipment package:
    2 x Pentair Intelliflo VS Pumps
    2 x Pentair Quad DE 100 Filters
    2 x Pentair MasterTemp 400K BTU Cupro-Nickel Heaters
    1 x Pentair Intellitouch i10+3D
    1 x Pentair Mobile-touch Wireless Control
    1 x Pentair Screen Logic 2 Wireless Interface
    5 x Pentair Intellivalve Actuator
    1 x Pentair Intelliflo XF Booster Pump (Spa)
    3 x Pentair Intellibrite 5g spa lights
    4 x Pentair Intellibrite 5g pool lights
    1 x QT 2HP Blower (Spa)
    4 x Color Match Superflo 360 Driains
    1 x Paramount ParaLevel Auto-Fill
    4 x Paramount Venturi Skimmers
    3 x 30 gal Stenner Chem tanks/pumps

    A lot of folks are asking about price in the comments section
    It's easier for me to explain it here and it makes more sense to provide a range.
    That range is dependent on several variables including regional pricing for labor and materials, engineering requirements due to soil conditions, how much work is contracted out vs. done by the home owner, water features, deck equipment selection and the quality of the materials / equipment used.
    Low-end: If engineering requirements were minimal, soil conditions were ideal, regional pricing was average, standard plaster (non-aggregate finish) were selected, less expensive tile were used, water features were minimal and the home owner built a lot of the non-technical parts of the project themselves (IE: landscaping), a project like this could reasonably run around $200K.
    High end: If the engineering design called for additional structural components (thicker walls, piers under the shell, etc), regional pricing for labor and materials were higher than average, the property sat atop bedrock, premium selections on plaster, tile, equipment and water features were selected, and all aspects of the project were run through contractors, it could easily run up into the $300k-$400k range or more.
    This pool came in towards the lower end of the pricing spectrum due to favorable soil conditions (no rock for excavators, no engineering requirements for structural piers), favorable material and labor market and doing much of the non-technical work on our own.

    Another question several people have asked in the comments section is what the monthly maintenance cost is. The short answer is that it varies quite a bit month to month. To get it to a stable monthly value, the annual cost /12 would probably be the easiest method. (These are approximate numbers)
    Annual:
    200 gallons Sodium Hypochlorite 12.5%: $400
    60 gallons Muriatic Acid 31.45%: $280
    200# sodium bicarbonate: $80
    110# boric acid: $167
    150# tri-chlor: $330
    60k gal water (evaporation): $390
    250 MMBTU natural gas: $1,560
    Mechanical maintenance: $1,000
    8,300 kWh Electricity: $747
    There are some other random items like calcium chloride, diatomaceous earth, pool brushes, etc that come up periodically but they can probably be wrapped up in that $1k mechanical maintenance figure.
    $4,954/ 12 = $413/mo
    We do the maintenance ourselves. Otherwise the labor would likely be the highest cost.


    I hope you enjoy the time-lapse.
    Cheers!

    күнү жарыяланды 6 ай мурун

    Жорумдар

    1. Backyard_Lap_Pool

      Details about pricing and pool specifications can be found in the video description area.

      1. Life is a lie

        How much the water bill

      2. Sparkle Lite

        @Hesler Garcia u have a pool in your house? 😳

      3. reaper jj

        Oo yes look at 6:36

      4. Anisa’s Drawing NY

        Thank you so much!

      5. Alli H

        What did you use diatomaceous Earth for?

    2. ReggyXd

      This pool is bigger than my house

    3. Katie Maxwell

      lol I skipped through the video and thought they were trying to convince us that the pool flooded the house.

    4. Samantha Jones

      Would be funny if the king of the hill theme song played over this

    5. ZEUx

      14:30 que agonia

    6. Et3rnal Truth

      Would be funny if the king of the hill theme song played over this

    7. joe the noob

      Was watching some husky eat meats... Ended up here....

    8. The One

      That must of cost at least $20,000 to build.

      1. FFR Gaming

        Up to 200k

      2. xetaL

        add another 0

      3. FBI

        try $250,000 at least

      4. Alexander Borisenko

        You lost a zero

      5. 6KOMOD

        Missed a 0 there bukker

    9. Youtube University

      Now thats a pool!!! Dang!!

    10. minty_ slime

      Look at all these bums liking there own comment

    11. Gilennium

      OMG the flooding was crazy!

    12. Yusuf's Fun Land

      bro the pool took up that guys yard like so much

    13. TheGreg1010

      Wow. I am impressed!! My pool has 9500 gallons!! And i get upset sometimes with maintenance!! Lol

    14. Jose Cotolopez

      Which hotel is this?

    15. Tristan Nico Ligon

      How much that pool cost?? And what is work/job?🔥♥️I want it too.

    16. Sasa Kuzmanovic

      All that work for you to fill up that pull whit one hose

    17. Janat Nabulya

      How many years did take for the pool

      1. xxx xxx

        years? this took 4 weeks

    18. M sas

      When you have an Olympic sized pool at home lols

    19. Mystic Kids

      Are these hot tubs in the right direction? And how much that pool costs?

    20. Ben Eachus

      That’s a deep ass pool!!

      1. Coby Osbourne

        Exactly what I said

    21. Romero R

      🏊🏼‍♂️🏊‍♀️🏆🏅

    22. Romero R

      Beautiful craftsmanship! Bravo👏🏽 I'll guess 100k?

      1. Patrick Boiko

        in video description 200-400 K

    23. Omar

      This pool works probably worth more than my house. lmao.

    24. Extra Bass

      I don’t even have a pool

    25. marcos erives

      Why would you do the concrete on it before testing for leaks ?? Juat wondering im in the bussiness of building pools my seld

      1. Backyard_Lap_Pool

        The 48 hour Time-Lapse of the Static Pressure Testing was too exciting and would have overshadowed the rest of the video - so we decided to remove it from the final cut.

    26. daniel j 8711

      very good and fun

    27. Luis Barraza

      Those crazy Tri guys would love this. They seem to be obsessed with doing all training at home.

    28. Rüthi mapping official

      My pool of 6 meters: ;~;

    29. 123TauruZ321

      The Dig

      1. 。。ジュリアweirdstuff

        Lmao

      2. SageLotus _

        yes

    30. yenyen modai

      I don't know why I got here

    31. James Erikson

      If only it could be done this fast in real life 😢

    32. paulinio G

      In US they build quality swiming pools with steel and ciment,but same time they build cheap wood cartoon houses,wich they fly away on the next strong wind🥇👏

      1. Flamethrower

        Not everywhere. They build quality houses all over the country. Some houses are built cheap and the price shows.

    33. flushed face emoji

      how many days it rook u to build this

      1. flushed face emoji

        It take two days

    34. cpaganjr123

      Damn hurricane Harvey jacked that place up 🤦🏽‍♂️ I would have died after all that hard work.

    35. Hailey lmao

      imagine the parties..

    36. Brock Chavers

      How much did all that cost ya

      1. Matthew Borserini

        300k probably

      2. 20-Mikael Gunawan

        400k

    37. Alexander Baboshin

      Эт чё депутату какому-то делают..?

    38. Seven Black Diamond Art

      Good ☺️

    39. giuseppe vespa

      Sinceramente lo spazio non mi sembra armonioso tutto molto bello pero

      1. Jose Espinosa

        Esta muy grande esa piscina

    40. Tarık Bakır

      I tought this is minecraft

    41. Aa I

      It's too narrow to play hockey on in the winter.

    42. Mac Johnson

      I literally just blew my pool up. Same shit 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏾‍♂️ 😂

    43. Austin and Sians Dad

      Lucky kids.

    44. The GOAT

      Watch it in 2x speed.. you'll thank me later..

      1. Diabolus Fornacis

        Bra, you saved me 10 minutes of life. You are the GOAT.

    45. Oniel Delva

      Where did you get all that space

      1. Robert Reese

        If you check when the aerial shots pan out, the lot is on a circle on the edge of a subdivision, with virtually no front yard and a large slice-of-pie backyard, ideal for a long, skinny pool.

    46. Arun kumar

      What will they do if it was raining heavily during construction

      1. 123TauruZ321

        Pay double.

      2. SaucyBegger25

        Not of gotten flooded I imagine as the pool took days to fill so could of saved there house from flooding

    47. K

      WoW👍👍

    48. XxAgent2 Xx

      Everyone here wants to know how much it cost $$$$$$$$$$$

      1. Robert Reese

        Everyone should learn to tap on the video’s title to find out.

    49. Small Small

      Wonderful

    50. jenblurr jonet

      last song title..please..anyone?..

    51. D

      My mouth dropped when I read 🌀 hurricane.So 😥 after all that hard work.Looks beautiful now.

    52. 언니아일아

      No one: Not a single soul: Me:*looking for ghosts during night clips*

      1. drip

        Same lol

    53. MatDaMan79

      How much?

      1. Rafi Nabil

        Look men look

    54. gamecockspalmetto

      I would never go to work!

    55. drowsy mr

      分からんけど、地面より低くして雨水とか入り込んでこないんかな?

    56. Tara Fazio

      The family that swims together stays together! Also: WOW 😳 Hurricane Harvey! That must have been devastating to go through. I’m glad you guys were able to salvage the project and I bet it cost a pretty penny! I LOVE the little ‘maze” within the pool. LOVE the sunken relaxation outdoor living area. And the hot tub is calling my name. This was great fun to watch!

    57. Susan Monroy

      😱

    58. Shane Michael

      Can you tell me what software you used? I am starting a pool build shortly and want to do the same but cant find software that speeds up enough

      1. Backyard_Lap_Pool

        Just used the standard iMovie editor on a MacBook. I’m not a wiz at it by any stretch but it is pretty user friendly for splicing and adjusting video speed.

    59. ana paula

      Muito top🤑

    60. Саша Долиненко

      Бл и скоко лямов ето стоит....

    61. Lias Yt songs

      So we all here?

    62. Sean Hamilton

      How long did this take?

    63. Hendy Roddyck

      I fast forward 2x to watch. Perfect speed.

      1. Carter Wood

        Lol honestly

    64. Anisa’s Drawing NY

      What kind of vacuum did you use to clean the pool? Please send me the link if you can?

      1. Backyard_Lap_Pool

        This is the hose - it simply plugs into the skimmer port: www.poolweb.com/i-helix-pool-vacuum-hose-2-x-100 This is the 41” vacuum head in the video www.poolweb.com/super-pro-vac We actually prefer this 29” one now though. www.poolweb.com/29-inch-commercial-provac

    65. владимир николаев

      Откуда столько бабла у нас в России богом могут такое позволить ?

      1. Просто Никита

        Это не в России

    66. aussiegirlintheUSofA

      This is the pool if my dreams!

    67. Cooper's World

      So relaxing to watch😎

    68. Kim Cavagna

      Amazing! Such talent

    69. Babi Lx

      How much that Cost?

    70. Diego Fernandez

      Damn, they built a whole ass YMCA in their back yard lol

    71. Summer Jones

      I like it but would have wanted more lights at night so it’s lovely and bright for night swims, plus looks good all lighted up

    72. Immortaluck

      Watch with 2x speed

    73. Creature Care Takers

      “May be long winded for the casual viewer” Casual viewers here like 👀

    74. David S.

      A deep end and no high dive, diving board or rope swing....sacrilegious.

    75. 동환병장

      와 ...

    76. Teri Shahan

      That’s all amazing on every level including the swimmers!

    77. adam 1812

      Such a dope pool! I'd for sure contract out to local swim teams and work out groups during the month. Offset some of the cost and write off the pool. Plus free workouts in my own backyard!

    78. vghnmj

      What are you hosting the olympics or something.?

    79. Simon Blunden

      “With the flood and rebuilding of the house it took 3 years” OMFG

    80. Kei Oikawa

      Hard working hispanics

    81. Márcio Matheus Alcaraz

      Muito bom... Deu vontade de fazer uma.

    82. Kalle Andersson

      Size matters 🕶

    83. Fernando Hurtado

      How much did something like this cost?

      1. yOohoO biG SuMmEr BlOwOUt

        Description

      2. Kei Oikawa

        Description

    84. HungryPanda

      Who's the owner?! Is it Jeff bezos?!

    85. Smokin' Joe's left hook

      at first i thought who the fuck needs a 25 m pool bu then i saw you guys swim and now i understand

      1. FIXXER 1001

        Hahaha I was thinking the exact same

    86. Manfred Raunegger

      Da bin ich mit der Schaufel schneller.

    87. Андрей Л.

      Отличный получится бассейн! Бассейн-это как маленький ребёнок, за ним нужно очень много ухаживать, чтобы ему было хорошо)))

    88. Gino Harling

      Looks great. Well cool pool

    89. Stefano Lombardo

      👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

    90. Jay Dee

      Digs hole, wife changes mind......

    91. Олег Третьяков

      Дышать бетоном, вышел в жару как на бетонную крышу

    92. MA Travel

      Amazing it is 😍

    93. Joshua

      Some very lucky people

      1. Ronny Pacheco

        Do you mean rich people?

      2. Fernando Hurtado

        ? Work hard no luck

    94. A-Kimbo

      Should have went with black tiles to make it look luxurious as fuck

      1. Donny Cornel

        Black tiles and chlorine dont mix verywell over time

    95. JK’spurplemic

      Try speeding up this video (x2)

      1. Artekovec SE

        Wait a minute, is it some song of Slayer?:)

    96. Sean Booth

      Wow I'd love to do all this... But first back to earning enough money

    97. matthewtherobot

      this is so fun to watch lol

    98. simba

      Guess they pay with all the ads for that pool

      1. HungryPanda

        Pool costs between 200k - 300k.

    99. Marina richardson

      I love this!

    100. ZayLoreX

      we all getting recommended at 1 am on Nov 12 2020

      1. Dimitris zelo

        Lol