Full or Partial
Each pool cover we create is unique for our client’s needs an design intent. A candle-lit dinner for an awards ceremony is completely different than a DJ-themed party with a dance floor for 200. Some pools look better with a partial cover and others look better completely covered. We’ll work with you to create a design that’s safe, looks great, and installs easily. We can even do runways for fashion shows and weddings.
Flat or Elevated
Depending on what type of cover you need, the entire cover may be resting on the pool deck (about 3.5″ high) or elevated on bridging beams (about 17″ high). Bridging beams provide more support and weight-carrying capacity, are easier to put in, and don’t touch the bottom of the pool. If you’ve got a pool liner using beams will ensure that the bottom of the pool isn’t scratched.
Our custom understructures can also be used to provide a deck-level support across the pool. No matter which you choose, you’ll be able to see what it will look like with our provided CAD layouts and renderings of your pool deck.
Black or Clear
We offer two different options for different budgets and needs. Our normal black stage decks provide a safe, completely opaque surface. For times where you just want to provide a cover or dance floor, and aren’t trying to create a “lit from below” look, this is a great option. Most of our clients choose our clear decks, which we manufacture in-house out of industry-standard StageRight stage decks. Either option come in 4′ x 8′ panels that transport easily and fit into place.
Production management one launched Waltz On water to better serve our customers who wanted pool covers in their backyards.
THE WALTZ ON WATER DIFFERENCE
OTHER COMPANIES COVER POOLS. WE BUILD STAGES ON POOLS SUITABLE FOR DANCE PARTIES, DINNER PARTIES, WEDDINGS AND SPECIAL EVENTS. THE MAIN DIFFERENCE? WE USE INDUSTRY-STANDARD, LOAD-BEARING STAGE DECKS AS OUR SURFACE. OTHER COMPANIES PUT DOWN TRUSS AND LAY ACRYLIC PANELS ON IT, UNATTACHED. THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IS THE SAFETY OF THE PEOPLE ON IT. WE LIKE OUR WAY BETTER, AND OUR CLIENTS DO AS WELL.
Clients who don't like us
Pools in Florida
Most events in a week
Largest pool we could possibly cover
Amazing Taco Stands in Lakeland, Floirda
Brands like ours
Chance we have to get in your pool to install the cover
Times we needed a wetsuit
(We’ve gone as far as Phoenix, Arizona to the west and Puerto Rico to the East!)
Note: Most of these are actual questions we’ve received from our customers.
Some may be fiction.
Proceed with caution.
It’s a Production Management One stage installed over your pool. Suitable for dancing. Or Games. Or Secrets. And everything else you’ll only do once in your life.
While we are very good at what we do, the entire design process from start to finish takes from 3-5 days once we’ve done a site survey. If your event is in less than 60 days out, our ability to schedule labor, trucking, and resources may be limited. In addition, several cities (especially anywhere in Broward or Dade County) require a 30-day advance notice to build covers for commercial pools. When in doubt, give us a call at 734-420-1000.
We have it on good authority that the panel material we use is excellent for breakdancing. Watch out for mermaids.
Three. The Magic Number is Three. Multiply your guests x 3 to get the square footage you’d need for a dance floor for everyone.
While technically feasible, we wouldn’t recommend that.
We can do anything for a price. If you have seen this done, it’s always 100% custom. We fill every gap so not even a princess’s $1500 heels can slip through, and it works better if the pool is rectangular. But yeah, we can do that.
Yes, we offer a wide array of backyard transformation services including full video projection mapping, LED lighting in your trees and foliage, and underwater lighting to supplement your pool’s floods.
Not yet, but we’re thinking about starting up soon. In the meantime, check out this guy, who owns it.
There has never been a reported case of drowning due to post-meal cramps in the history of the United States.
This pool in Chile.
The Beginner’s Guide to Pool Covers is our way of showing you step by step the entire process from start to finish. If you’re new to pool covers, we always suggest you start here.
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