Award Winning Pools

Since 1952, California Pools has built more than 60,000 pools, making us one of the largest pool builders in the nation. As the clear industry leader, we'­ve collected more design and construction awards than anyone else in the world. And after more than 60 years, we are still family-owned and operated.
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This Association of Pool and Spa Professionals award winning pool features a sunken island reached by stepping stones. During the daytime, the free form natural setting enables the pool to blend seamlessly into its stunning Palm Springs surroundings.
“In ground seating and stepping stones” — chinajunior1
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This Grecian style pool with an infinity edge is built into a steep hillside for dramatic views of the San Gabriel Valley. California Pools can handle any challenging requirement through special engineering to create a pool for almost any location.
“pool” — openhou
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In this picture, a utilitarian lap pool is transformed into a gorgeous landscape feature through a combination of formal laminars and soothing water features.
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Here a free form pool in Palm Springs is made even more beautiful through natural rock and stacked water features. The pool blends seamlessly with the gorgeous golf course views behind it.
“SET UP” — ngarcia21
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Natural rocks, LED lighting, stacked stone, and a dam style wall make this Temecula pool breathtaking and dramatic. The extra large size of the pool gives it the feeling of a South Pacific lagoon.
“nice” — mcberman
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This San Diego pool is one of California Pool’s original pools and an APSP gold medal winner. The use of classic materials makes this pool timeless. Proper design will never go out of style.
“pool with view” — mcberman
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An exceptionally large four tier waterfall made of natural stone and stacked stone weirs blends the landscape and the pool in a terraced style that creates a feeling of harmony between the pool and its surroundings, while adding dramatic dimension.
“All” — tangle04
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This free form pool was built in the 80s and its timeless design will never age. A waterfall with a stream feeding the pool and the surrounding combination of natural stone make you feel as if you have stumbled upon a pristine pond somewhere in the wilds
“Rock 3” — cridge123
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This contemporary style pool in Palm Springs incorporates the mountain views behind it and includes an amazingly long water feature. The soothing sound of falling water is a prominent aspect of this pool.
“Stepping stones” — natty1524
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This pool features an extended outdoor living space with a firepit, lighting, outdoor kitchen, and plenty of seating for any kind of gathering. The fire bowls create a contrast of all the elements and provide a mesmerizing reflection on the rippling water
“Patio” — Ray Torres
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California Pools designed the lighting to transform this pool into a dazzling part of the landscape made even more dramatic by the city lights behind it.
“Fountain” — tinker1959
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The lines of the house and the pool combine for a look and feeling reminiscent of the Arts and Crafts movement. This is a wonderful example of teamwork between architects, general contractors, and California Pools on an all encompassing project
“Save” — 171266
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This one of kind pool features a vanishing edge, artificial rock water features, and “wet” steps in all tile. It is a truly original and extraordinary pool.
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This pool in Los Angeles feature LED lighting throughout for an eye catching nighttime scene. The formal spa setting is the center point with a variety of different materials from ceramic tile, natural stone, and brick.
“tile/arbor” — amyscott73
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This San Diego pool was constructed with structural engineering and a negative edge in order to take advantage of its steep hillside setting, steep elevation change, and incredible views.
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This pool in San Diego looks almost Alpine due to the clever integration of artificial rock with the real rock from the existing setting. The waterfall and negative edge add ever more beauty to this gem of a pool.
“artificial rock” — nicklaandscape
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This pool is a wonderful example of how a pool’s lines can echo the lines of your dwelling. The curved sides, multiple tiered steps, and a deck that harmonizes with the colors of the house gives this pool a resort like feel.
“Round steps” — sherrysmiller
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