A Soake® Pool is a small deep pool, also known as a plunge pool, (or a cocktail pool, a small pool or a spool). A Soake Pool is a hybrid between a traditional pool and a hot tub because it can be used year round and heated to hot tub temps in cooler weather.
Soake® Pools are highly engineered precast concrete pools. They are fully tiled on the interior upon arrival.
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Your Soake® Pool is going to be a great addition to your backyard! Total installed project costs can vary widely depending on a number of factors. The starting price point for a Soake Pool is $31,000. This includes the fully tiled pool and the equipment needed to run it but does not include heater, cover or other options and upgrades. Delivery, permitting and site work are also not included in this price.
Our 7×13 is our largest pool. The outside dimensions of the 7×13 is 7’10” x 13’10”.
Structural interior depth is 5’1”. Water depth is between 55”-57”.
Our featured tile selections are listed on our Tile Choices page. We have many other custom options that we are happy to discuss!
We can offer three safety locking cover options for our pools. All three are ASTM F-1346 certified. They are shown on our Cover Options page.
Every town has its own rules and interpretations related to pools and spas. Your town code officer can tell you what the barrier requirements for a Soake Pool will be.
We are happy to work with you on best placement. We also encourage you to engage with your landscape designer or installer on this topic as well.
Our package includes a variable speed pump, a cartridge filter, a salt chlorine generator, an automation panel with an app for pool control, and an LED color changing light. Gas heaters in New England and colder climates or electric heaters or heat pumps in warmer climates are options that many people choose.
The equipment can be configured different ways, but in general, a 4’x6′ area is ample.
We use a 260,000 BTU heater.
Your licensed electrician will make this determination, but typically 50 amps are run to the automation panel. This panel has its own electrical subpanel within it.
Soake Pools have an ETL listing for the bonding system. Each pool comes with the ETL label, and ATM certificate and report are available upon request. Bonding lugs and copper wires are installed in NH prior to each shell being poured, and pools are tested for conductivity to ensure they pass.
Yes, we can ship anywhere in the US. For New England and most NY deliveries, we deliver pools on a boom truck when possible. For deliveries beyond New England and NY, we ship the pool on a flatbed and a local crane is hired to lift the pool from flatbed truck to prepared site.
We work closely with every customer to make this determination. When possible, we visit each site in person.
Our price includes the fully tiled Soake Pool, interior seating/steps, and all the equipment you need to operate it. It does not include on-site work.
You will need subs for excavation and exterior finish work, a licensed electrician, and someone to connect the pool plumbing from pool to equipment (PVC connections). If using a gas heater, you’ll also need a licensed gas fitter to connect gas.
Yes, our pools are highly engineered with a stamped structural design for installation at any level, including fully above ground, partially in the ground, or flush with grade.
Yes, in many areas we have preferred installers and people we’ve worked with before. If we haven’t worked in your area before, we are always excited about meeting new potential installers and will work with them to provide all the information necessary for a smooth installation.
– Liz & Ben S.