No summer pool party is truly complete without a pool house to enjoy it! It provides a place to leave your swim gear, set up the barbecue grill, and get out of the sun when you’ve had enough of it. While a swimming pool is fun, adding a convenient pool house is much more fun for everyone.

A pool house near a pool.

The only problem is paying for the pool house. Most people don’t want to put a lot of money into one, having already spent a bundle installing their swimming pool. That’s where Postech Screw Piles can help. Instead of installing a regular foundation, using screw piles for your pool house can cut a considerable percent off of the cost of your project (depending on how fancy it is).

Postech Screw Piles also help cut the construction time for your pool house, meaning that you can get down to the serious business of summer fun all that much sooner. Our trained contractors can put a Postech Screw Pile foundation in for this type of project in a single afternoon, saving days off of the time required to put in a foundation and pour a slab. Only our expert and one piece of specialized equipment are needed, reducing damage to your grounds and interruptions to your life.

After all, you don’t want to spend your whole summer building your pool house; you want to spend it having fun in the sun with your friends and your pool. So, by using Postech Screw Piles, you get your project underway faster, which means getting it finished faster as well.

A pool house near a pool.

If you want your pool house raised above the ground, like a deck, that’s extremely easy with Postech Screw Piles. Of all the possible foundations, screw piles are the easiest to raise above the ground, merely by adding an extension to the pile. Therefore, your new installation can be at whatever height you want.

Postech Screw Piles make great foundations for pool houses because they are galvanized, meaning that you don’t have to worry about rust, nor do you have to worry about decomposition, as you would with wood. Our screw piles will last for years without any deterioration at all. In fact, was there a need to pull our screw piles out, such as for removing the pool house, they would still be good enough to be reinserted elsewhere as a foundation for another project.

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