Family Owned & Experienced!
CELESTIAL OUTDOOR LIVING is a family-owned business with 25+ years of experience in building custom ourdoor living spaces.
We work closely with designers, architects, landscape architects, and homeowners to create personalized pools and outdoor living spaces to meet the specific lifestyle of each client.
More Than Just Pools
We know our pools are amazing, but wait until you see some of our other projects! We built this company with one idea in mind, Outdoor Living. Our love for Arizona has helped us create amazingly creative outdoor living spaces, that we feel are unique to our climate. Whether you are outside in the heat, or in the cool, we will help you achieve an amazing space that you can enjoy all year long.
“Everything Under The Sun”
Celestial Outdoor Living is much more than a pool builder, we are a fully custom design and outdoor living space company that will bring ANY outdoor project to life!
Our Featured Projects
Custom Pools & Spas
Check out our latest custom pool and spa builds from around the valley! Contact us today to have our expert designers show you what your backyard could like with one of our amazing pools!
There is so much you can do with your backyard space! Contact us today and let our talented designers show you how to turn your empty space into an outdoor paradise that you’ll never want to leave!
Firepits & Fireplaces
One of the most attractive features around a pool is the use of fire! Check out some of our amazing custom fireplaces, fire pits, and many others!
What sets Celestial Pools apart from other pool builders is our amazing talented designers. Check out some of their latest work using the latest trends!
Our Design Process
When you decide to add a pool to your backyard there are a variety of pool shapes and designs to choose from. So the very first step to designing your dream pool and outdoor living space is to analyze the outdoor space itself to determine the location, size and shape of your pool and outdoor features. Allow Celestial to assist you every step of the way in evaluating your yard and desired backyard features to give you suggestions and recommendations for use of space and how to maximize your project budget.
We’re Here To Help
Too often customers go in blindly, knowing only they want a pool, but unsure of the process. We are NOT here to simply sell you a pool. We do not push ‘pre-made’ pool packages like our competitors. We are here to help YOU personalize a custom pool build to fit YOUR specific lifestyle.
To help you become as informed as possible about what’s to come, please read our:
10 Things To Consider Before Building The Pool Of Your Dreams!
1. Establish a Budget for your Pool and Backyard Project
Setting your budget is the best way to begin planning your project. Design options are unlimited so in order to avoid falling in love with a design you cannot afford, learn how taking the time to establish your budget can help you avoid costly and emotional mistakes. It is extremely important to complete this first step before meeting with a pool company to begin the design process. If cash is not an option to fund your dream, obtain a referral for a financial lender regarding your ability to finance your project and determine both your project budget and the benefits of adding a pool to increase the value of your property.
2. Know your local laws
Before you break ground—or even schedule a consultation—make sure your property is abiding by zoning ordinances for pools, including maintenance and liability laws. In addition, if you live in a community governed by a Homeowners Association, review your CC&Rs (Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions) to determine lot line set-backs and the need for architectural committee approval before starting your backyard design.
3. Decide on the type of pool you want
There are three main types of in-ground pools available in the United States: vinyl-lined, fiberglass, and concrete. Weigh the pros and cons of each pool carefully before deciding to build. A qualified pool builder can walk you through the options and help you make the right choice for your backyard space.
4. Look Toward Longevity
With the temperatures starting to rise, the quick installation times of fiberglass and vinyl-lined pools can be tempting. But if you’re looking for a durable pool customized to suit your vision, you may find that the longer installation time of a concrete pool, generally between 8 to 12 weeks, is worth enduring. You should also consult with your insurance agent about extending your home policy to your pool or spa in the event of damage.
5. Seek out a quality circulation system
Chlorine or saltwater, indoor or out—every pool needs a water circulation system to keep it fresh and sparkling. With advances in energy efficiency, automation, and heating, an experienced pool builder can help you find a reliable, high-efficiency aquatic system for your pool.
6. Think about how much you can maintain
If properly maintained, pools can be a valuable asset when selling your house. However, if not properly constructed and maintained, the opposite can be true (a poorly kept pool can actually decrease your property value). Hire trained and certified pool technicians to keep your pool sparkling for years to come.
7. Weigh water features and lighting
When it comes to swimming pools, dynamic jets, underwater lighting, and cascading waterfalls can create the ambient atmosphere you crave. Take time to consider what additional features you want for your pool before you build. They will increase your initial budget, but adding them in later – or retrofitting – can be messy, time-consuming, and very costly.
8. Don’t forget landscaping
Do you want palms shading you from the afternoon heat or a pebble border around your pool deck? Like water features, lighting, and other accessories, proper landscaping can enhance the aesthetic pleasure a pool offers. Seek out inspiration online and consult with your designer to create a pretty, yet manageable, green space around your pool.
9. Compare Prices
If you’ve checked off the first 8 items, it’s time to start comparing prices. Be diligent in this step. In order to make a deal, some contractors may not include everything in their initial bid, which is why it is important to carefully analyze your bid/contract to be sure it is a turn-key price and reflects everything the final price includes (i.e. pool interior, equipment, change order fees and any State or local City fees and taxes.
10. Know Your Contractor
Any construction project can have unforeseen costs or setbacks, and pool construction is no different. You want your pool to be the destination for your family and friends, so hire a reliable pool construction company you trust and know there are costs associated with deviating from your contracted pool plan and price.