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How long does it typically take to build a standard-size concrete pool? (not including excavation)

2-3 weeks
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3-4 weeks
25%
5-6 weeks
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6-7 weeks
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Question: How long does it typically take to build a standard-size concrete pool? (not including excavation)
Top Answer (25% of 4 votes): 3-4 weeks.

Answer: 5-6 weeks
Explanation: This is of course weather dependent. Generally speaking, if your contractor is able to be on the job daily, they should have no problem completing your project within a 5 to 6 week time-frame.
Water Scuppers and Bowls, LLC
Answer: 3-4 weeks
Explanation: Depending on the size, layout and inspection scheduling (barring any unforeseen delays or interruptions) new concrete/gunite pool construction should take 3-4 weeks.
East Bay Waterworks, Inc.
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