Ashton Pools By Design is proud to be celebrating our 20th year in business in 2023! 

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Stunning, long-lasting results from gunite pools

Achieve your dream lifestyle
Personalized finish
Proud members of the Master Pools Guild
Celebrating 20 years in business

Outdoor living with distinction.

We take care of your entire project so you can sit back and relax
We collaborate with you during the design process to give you exactly what has been in your dreams
We meet with you online or at our studio and listen to how you want to use the space

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Gunite Pools in Delaware

Using only quality materials, at Ashton Pools By Design we offer gunite swimming pools for our customers in Delaware. This material has grown in popularity due to its long-lasting properties and ability to suit custom pool designs.

We spray gunite pools onto a rebar framework, making the construction of your pool simple – regardless of how complex the design may be. When it comes to choosing your design, we’re all about listening to your needs and ideas for a personalized finish, we won’t just deliver a cookie-cutter design.

As proud members of the Master Pools Guild, you can count on us for a caring, professional gunite pool building service. Our home-grown business means we care about the community and the needs of our clients, something which sets us apart from other swimming pool companies.

Find out how we can help you transform your outdoor living space with a gunite pool today by contacting us – we’ll talk you through all the steps to help you achieve your dream lifestyle. 

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Gunite FAQ's

What is gunite?

Gunite is a concrete blend of sand, cement, and water that’s applied through a high-pressure hose. Once it cures (dries), gunite becomes rock hard, forming a thick, solid structure.

Why does a concrete pool take longer than a fiberglass pool to install?

A fiberglass shell goes right into the yard as soon as it is dug, with the plumbing and stone base installed. With a concrete pool, the gunite or shotcrete needs to cure and the final finish needs to be brushed and cared for up to 30 days after installation.

Joe was very helpful even before we signed on with Ashton. His designs and 3D renderings allowed us to visualize the finished product, and plan accordingly. The Ashton Team worked with us to provide a product that worked for our space and remained within our budget. Although Ashton was not…

- Frani Smith, Rehoboth Beach, DE

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