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Artesian Advantages

- In-wall plumbing – Artesian pools are engineered so that all perimeter piping is encased inside the structural walls of the pool shell. This alleviates any chance of breakage during backfill and prevents future pipe breaks around the perimeter of the pool. This is the same method that is typical with commercial construction. All radius shaped pools and spas are done with rigid PVC; heated and conformed to the shape of the structure, before being pressure tested and encased in concrete.

- Full 7” pool walls – We install a full 7” pool wall to encase the perimeter piping in concrete, as well as to provide support below the entire base of the 9” pool coping brick. A standard 5” pool shell will leave voids below the backside of the brick coping that can lead to future separation of the brick. Also, by installing a thicker shell, Artesian is confident in issuing our lifetime structural warranty.

- Hydraulics – As a standard, all of our pools are done with a minimum of 2” piping runs. The increased plumbing sizes create a free-flowing system that enables the equipment to operate under lower pressure; assisting the efficiency of the system and prolonging the life of the equipment.

- Pumps and filters – In addition to the increased plumbing sizes, Artesian “up sizes” all pumps, filters, air blowers, and heaters to ensure maximum performance of the pools’ design. Artesian uses only Sta-Rite pumps and filters as they are the choice in most commercial applications. Commercial equipment is designed to run on a 24/7 schedule and is the reason that Artesian provides a two year warranty on all pumps and filters, instead of the one year industry standard.

- Heat pumps – Artesian will only offer heat pumps that have a titanium constructed heat exchanger. The titanium compound protects the heat exchanger against chemical damage, which is the most vital component of the heat pump. Titanium heat pumps carry the absolute best warranty in the industry.

- Retaining walls – Our retaining walls are formed, steeled, and shot with concrete as a solid, one-piece structure. The standard “block and footer” retaining walls are known to develop cracks showing their points of weakness and sometimes have complete failure.

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