in2blue did a fantastic job on my pool upgrade. We now have a much nicer pool surface, stairs and equipment. Nick and his team helped us make the right choices.
We had so many designers come out to our house to give us their input. Nick was the only one who didn’t try and sell us on every new design trend. He evaluated our needs based on our family and lifestyle and came up with some very easy solutions to what I thought were complicated landscape problems.
I’ve been building homes in the Fairfield County area for twenty plus years and have never worked with a designer that kept things as simple as Nick. Even when I pushed him to go big, he always kept my projects grounded, in check, on time and on budget.
Nick was wonderful to work with. He listened to our ideas and came up with pragmatic ideas that were not only cost effective but aesthetically relevant.
It all started with a phone call and an idea. Last March Nick came to the house and listened to our ideas. There was still snow covering the area where we wanted the pool. He assured us he could build the pool we envisioned. He walked us through the process and steps necessary. We had no idea what was involved as far as permits, zoning, conservation restrictions. The City made the project difficult, but Nick or his engineer where there to manage it. A relief for us- we didn’t have to do anything- they handled it all. Nick was patient with us- since this was our first pool we had a millions questions- some probably redundant. He always gave us an answer - not being impatient. When everything was in order they started to dig. Unfortunately, we had a few set backs due to the property - it was handled effectively and efficiently- again Nick saved us from being upset. His workers were amazing- always there and worked so hard. Some days I just couldn’t imagine working in such weather. We saw our dream unfold before our eyes. In the end, we were starting at exactly what we saw in our mind. A beautiful, inviting pool that will now give us the enjoyment we always wanted. Saying “thank you” just doesn’t seem like enough. Now we look at the back yard and just can’t believe it.