Premier Pools of Temecula Appears on Ultimate Pools New Series for HGTV
Jeff Boyer, the Owner of Premier Pools & Spas of Temecula was one of two Premier Pools locations recently featured on a couple of episodes of the new HGTV series “Ultimate Pools”. The show interviewed Jeff and the homeowners to showcase the incredible job that was done in their backyards.
Scenes from the Ultimate Pools Episode – “Great Grotto Pool”
Scenes from the Ultimate Pools Episode – “Kalani Cove Pool”
Temecula Appears Twice on HGTV’s Ultimate Pools
Being on “Ultimate Pools” was a tremendous honor for Jeff Boyer. He’s been enormously successful at building up his operation the past few years and has gone from a $500,000 a year pool builder into a $5 Million a year builder – truly an American success story if ever there was one. Jeff’s customers have the highest praise for the work he and his team produce. It’s not hard to figure out why, his craftsmanship, creativity and attention to detail make him one of the finest swimming pool contractors in the country.
Watch the Kalani Cove Pool Episode of Ultimate Pools
The Kalani Pool is the ultimate lazy river party pool. The pool utilizes a forced current to propel swimmers around the shallow and slightly narrow winding river design at a relaxing speed. The owners of the Kalani Pool had 16 pool builders bid the project and half of them said that they were unable to do a project of that nature. It wasn’t a problem for Boyer. For those who crave some adventure and exercise, Boyer was able to build a swimming-hole portion, deep enough for a jump off of the waterfall shelf.
Watch the Great Grotto Pool Episode of Ultimate Pools
Boyer’s Great Grotto Pool is a large, tropical-themed pool that boasts features such as: a jump wall of boulders, fire bowls, two slides including one that ends 5 feet above the water and a gigantic hot tub that can accommodate 12 party-goers. The large pool holds 40,000 gallons of water and Boyer incorporated the existing hillside into the design by adding gorgeous steps and hidden seating areas flanked with fire bowls. A swim up bar serves as the icing on the cake for the full-scale social scene that the home owners had envisioned.