The Parrish family has saved their whole lives to build a tropical pool paradise in the heart of Georgia. But not everything is peachy on this build when hard soil and a complicated lazy river design present major challenges for the team.
A Las Vegas family hits the jackpot when Paul and Brian come to design the pool of their dreams. The guys are put to the test to turn the narrow desert yard into a world of water that includes splash pads, an outdoor kitchen and a pro volleyball net.
A family wants to turn their flat Houston, TX, yard into a Southern oasis. Unpredictable weather, tricky soil conditions and some new material leaves Paul and Brian figuring out how to blow the family's expectations out of the water.
They say everything's bigger in Texas, and the pools are no exception. The Pool Kings are facing a big backyard and even bigger expectations from their interior design client. With all-natural materials and unpredictable Houston weather, the team realizes that this rustic retreat will be Texas tough.
Brian and Paul design the perfect pool complete with giant dueling waterslides. They face a slippery slope, however, when they battle equipment issues while building an artificial hill to support tens of thousands of pounds of natural granite rock.
Paul and Brian learn the hard way that it isn't always so sunny in California as they transform an odd-shaped outdoor space into an elevated pool with an ocean view.
An active family in southern California wants an extravagant pool to remind them of their favorite lakeside vacations. The Pool Kings don't know which is bigger, their clients' wish list or the 20-foot jumping cliff they have to create from scratch.
The Leasure family's new house in the hills above Folsom, CA, comes with breathtaking lakeside views, and their big pool dreams will make it a perfect home. But rocky soil and tricky plumbing designs create a big challenge for the team.
Vic and Yukari had to leave their beloved pool behind when they moved into a new California community. Brian and Paul Porter have the challenge of creating an epic pool in the couple's new, small space, and the design includes an exposed acrylic wall holding back 160,000 pounds of water.
The King family seeks help building their new palace in the sunny hills of California. The Pool Kings find themselves between a rock ledge and hard design while bringing this build to life on a sloped property.