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Swimming Pools Batting Cages or Both?

“Oh my gosh look at the time!  Johnny grab your bat bag and Suzie grab your swim bag we have to leave for your practices now and we won’t be home until dinner so make sure to bring your homework.  Let’s go.”

If you haven’t experienced this scene then you can only imagine the value of thisswimming-pools-batting-cage-mission-pools swimming pool batting cage combination.  It’s an ultimate multiuse backyard.  Image the birthday parties, the groups of teenage boys competing, wrestling, the teenage girls dangling their feet in the pool talking about all those incredibly important things teen girls talk about, being mature and immature simultaneously a skill perfected by either group of teens.

We can turn a backyard vision into reality and that is our specialty.  Bring us your visions and our team of swimming pool and spa designers will transform them into buildable plans.

The Auto Cover Gold Award was earned for this project.  Maximizing the use of your backyard is as easy as calling Mission Pools San Diego Swimming Pool Builder since 1960.

A Bit of Brazil – a swimming pool award winner

Mission Pools Master Pools Guild 2013 Silver Winner - a San Diego tropical port with a touch of BrazilOur clients wanted something completely different in their front yard, and I would say they accomplished that.  This aquatic paradise is complete with ponds, grotto, and a spa each with rivers and waterfalls running into the 144′ long x 22′ wide swimming pool.  The pool has a swim up bar that features a handmade, special order 24k gold tile on the face of the raised patio area directly behind it.  Just off the spa area is a raised fire pit which almost reminds you of a volcano without the lava flow running off the side.  As you enter the property from the street above you walk down a series of steps that wander in and around the ponds, waterfalls, and the grotto area, each landscaped with exotic one of a kind specimen plants.  Eventually you make your way down to one of the two custom built Ipe (eee-pay) wooden bridges. This wood comes from the Brazilian rainforest and is some of the hardest wood in the world.  The main bridge is embedded with low voltage lights that welcome you to the front door.