H & H Pools is a renowned pool company in St. Louis. We have years of experience designing and constructing beautiful pools with WOW factor.
We are not just any other pool company near you. Our pragmatic approach sets us apart. We don’t like to blow our own trumpet and let our work do the talking. Our proven track record of delivering projects on-time and on-budget speaks volumes.
The H & H Pools team consists of subject matter experts. Our pros know how swimming pools work. Instead of rushing to conclusions, they take their time understanding different factors at play.
Once our pros better understand how these factors can play a role in determining the outcome, they come up with a plan to manage them.
New pool construction can present various challenges and is best left to experts. We understand the ins and outs of pool building. Our pros take the time to understand our customers’ vision. They are able to foresee project challenges and plan in advance to overcome them.
We are committed to delivering the highest quality of workmanship. We use tried and tested methods to cut costs without compromising on the quality of workmanship.
Our teams use the latest technology and specialized equipment. We have a dedicated in-house maintenance team that carries out periodical equipment inspections and replaces equipment that have reached the end of their service life in a timely manner.
When designing a new pool, many people get so obsessed with aesthetics that they completely overlook functionality. Once their pool is ready they realize that though it looks gorgeous, it fails to fulfill its intended purpose.
At H & H Pools, we have mastered the art of creating a balance between aesthetics and functionality in our pool designs. You can rest assured that you will have a stunning pool that you can use the way you like.
We also help our customers decide if an in-ground pool, infinity pool or lap pool would be the right choice for their backyard. We study the installation area and analyze its different characteristics such as topography and soil quality to determine if a particular type of pool would be more suitable than others.