If you are looking for leads in Florida, just take a look at the new pool construction permits added to the HBW database in September.
Looking for leads in Florida? Then look no further – HBW has been busy tracking and organizing pool permitting activity in Florida, and more than 1,500 new permits were added to the database in September! Looking at Orlando, Jacksonville, Tampa, Southeast and Southwest Florida, there were a number of builders who made it to the top of the leader board last month. The top swimming pool builders are those that have the most new construction on file for a given month, and there were a number of standout areas and companies. Let’s take a look at how Florida pools stacked up in September throughout the state:
Overall, Southwest Florida was the busiest in September, with 498 new pool permits (total value: $20,410,392) on record for the month. Orlando pool builders were also active last month with 338 new pool construction permits (total value: $12,208,399) added to the database. The Southeast portion of the state was the third busiest area as 278 new pools are on record for September with a total value of $10,680,657.
With Southwest Florida leading the state for activity in September, it is a good place to start when looking at the leading swimming pool builders. Aragon Pools and Spas made the #1 spot with 37 new pool permits (total value: $1,195,000) added to the database for the month. Close behind in the second spot for total permits and first for total value is Pinnacle Pool Construction with 35 new pools and a total value of $2,023,470. Both companies had a primary service area of Collier County with some (but less) activity in Lee County. Two companies tied for third with 24 new swimming pools each on file: Holiday Pools of West FL (total value: $878,000) and Serenity Pool & Spa LLC (total value: $772,000).
Orlando swimming pool builders were busy for the month as 338 new permits were added to the HBW database in September; the bulk of activity took place in Orange (121 pools), Osceola (84 pools) and Brevard (56 pools) counties. All Seasons held a strong lead and #1 spot with 68 new pool construction permits for the month and the highest total value of $2,070,454. Holland Pools followed with 39 new pools (total value: $1,284,908), and Atlas Pools of Central Florida (total value: $787,267) tied with Martin Pools Inc. (total value: $754,296) for the third spot and each with 19 total new permits on file for the month.
There was a fairly wide distribution of pool building in Southeast Florida, as more than 100 swimming pool builders were responsible for the area’s 278 new permits for the month. Louden Bonded Pools led Southeast Florida in September with 14 new pools on file and a total value of $518,994. The bulk of Louden’s activity was in Indian River County. Second and not far behind are two companies that both have 12 new pool permits for the month: Fountain Blue Pools Service (total value: $485,262) and A & G Concrete Pools (total value: $441,800). Two companies also share the #3 spot – Pools by Greg Inc. (total value: $392,248) and Swimming Pool Contractors, LLC (total value: $289,192) with each adding 11 new permits to the HBW database.
The Tampa area had 264 new pool permits on file for September, with the majority of building activity taking place in Hillsborough (86), Polk (58) and Pinellas (55) counties. All Seasons led with 23 new pool permits and a total value of $939,564. Tampa Bay Pools Inc. took the #2 spot with 16 new pools (total value: $733,805), and Gulfstream Pools & Spas (total value: $632,273) and Challenger Pools (total value: $472,147) both took #3 with 14 new permits each on record for the month.
With 147 total new pool permits in September, Jacksonville pool builders were busiest in St. Johns (43), Duval (40) and Flagler (39) counties. Waldhauser & Son led the area with 12 new pool permits and a total value of $435,400 for the month. Not far behind, Stanley Pools Inc. with 11 permits (total value: $372,243) and Blue Haven Pools with 10 permits (total value: $376,727) held the second and third spots respectively.
Information utilized for the graphs and above listed figures was directly derived from HBW construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest building activity in Florida and beyond, please contact HBW for details.