After recovering from a harrowing parachuting incident, a military veteran learned to walk again, got married, started a family and is now ready to build a pool! Paul and Charles are happy to oblige with a pool that has something for everyone. The custom oasis includes a jumping rock with plenty of splash area for the kids, a spacious Baja shelf, a customized overflow "plunge spa" and a poolside bar area for entertaining guests.
A couple with a crew of rambunctious kids and a dream house in San Antonio is in desperate need of a pool. The Kings take full advantage of the beautiful property by designing an expansive pool with a Baja shelf, swim-up bar, giant infinity edge and a massive two-story deck where the homeowners can enjoy their cliffside view.
After years of vacationing on the island of Roatan, a couple has decided to just build the Caribbean in their back yard. Tony and Paul go all out to bring the tropics to Texas by designing a curvilinear pool with infinity edge, a sunken bar area, six water features and the beachiest beach entry they've ever built. There are also jumping areas for the couple's son and tropical planters for their pet chicken. With a few giant Sebastian palms topping it off, the guys fully turn the couple's little corner of the hill country into their own private Caribbean oasis!
After a few years abroad, a couple has moved back to the beautiful homestead where they were married. They want an alluring yard that incorporates the stunning natural beauty of their cliffside property so Charles and Paul get to work. The enlarged yard area gets decked out with a giant deck bisected by a faux stream, a feature-filled pool with huge stone slab bridge, jumping boulders, infinity edge, baja shelf and even a slide.
With three energetic kids and lots of friends, a family needs a pool to keep everyone entertained. The plan is to turn their blank canvas backyard into a masterpiece featuring a huge deck for Dad, a Baja shelf for Mom and multiple water features. There's also a giant terrace, a Texas-sized fire pit and to top it all off, a stunning raised overflow spa.
A couple wants to keep their two golf-obsessed teenage sons and their friends busy in the yard, and a pool with a putting and chipping green attached is the perfect setup. Tony and Paul set to work building a pool with an eye-catching reverse infinity edge, and they turn the yard into a perfect par three with the pool as a water hazard!
A Texas couple building their dream home wants a pool with one-of-a-kind architecture that's also kid-friendly for their grandchildren. Paul Zars and Tony Aguasvivas create a luxurious pool featuring a sun shelf, stepping pads where the kids can play and more.
A family's three daughters can't get enough of swimming, but their mom's chlorine sensitivity prevents her from joining in on the fun at the community pool. Now that they are building their own pool, she is determined to make it perfect with black and white masonry choices, clean straight lines, a stunning dark plaster and a special ozone system to let her swim with her girls for the first time.
After saving for years, a couple of former teachers are splurging on the perfect pool for their new house in Austin, Texas. The nature lovers want a great view with sounds of waterfalls and space for family to visit, so Steve Terry and Justin McGuire create a design with multiple infinity edges that accentuate their 18-foot drop.
Three generations living together on a family ranch in Austin, Texas, are ready to upgrade their old, outdated pool with a large sun shelf, a spa and a waterfall with jumping rocks. Paul and Charles Zars create a design that combines recreation and relaxation to keep the whole family entertained.
An active family in Austin, Texas, wants their own pool so they can spend time together outdoors at home and entertain their friends. Steve and Justin design a beautiful, feature-packed pool with copper scuppers, floating steps and a distinctive overflow spa, but with a sloping yard and a gushing underground spring, they have their hands full just digging a hole in the ground!
A family in San Antonio, Texas, is remodeling their home and they want a custom pool that has something for everyone. Paul and Tony design a 13-foot-high, split-level pool with a baja shelf for Mom and plenty of entertainment space for Dad. It also has a sports area for the older kids and a private waterfall basin for their toddler.