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Want a paradise that's fit for a king and located just beyond your back door? That's the dream of the well-to-do clients featured on this HGTV/DIY series, and it's up to the "pool kings" to make it a reality. Each half-hour episode showcases the creation of dramatic in-ground pools with over-the-top features such as cascading 15-foot waterfalls, luxurious grottos, natural boulder spillways, outdoor kitchens, and mini water parks. California Pools, one of the largest pool builders in the U.S., and Tennessee-based Peek Pools & Spas, are among the industry-leading builders responsible for the innovative designs and construction techniques seen on the series.

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The Pool Kings create a variety of resort-style pools with natural boulders, dueling waterslides, and a floating rock table.
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The Pool Kings create unbelievable backyard retreats, including a modern pool with an infinity edge, a lakeside stunner designed for water volleyball and a tropical wonderland with a waterfall.
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From building insane water features and relaxing backyards to constructing waterslides straight out of a luxury resort, the Pool Kings transform these common spaces into unbelievable retreats.
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The Pool Kings create unbelievable retreats with features like gorgeous waterfalls, tranquil spas and slides; these luxurious pools make the backyard feel like a resort vacation.
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The Pool Kings take challenging backyards and create extreme pools that are overflowing with amazing details like waterfalls, spas and swim-up bars.
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Mike and Jim have their work cut out for them when a Palm Springs, Calif., couple wants to transform their narrow three-sided backyard into a personal resort by adding a grotto, Zen area, putting green, oversized spa, and beach entry.
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A pool for all ages must include a swimming lane, a climbing rock and a waterfall; a mine shaft-themed pool with boulder waterfalls and a swim-through tunnel.
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Kelly Caviness and his team build two spectacular swimming pools, including a modern, child-friendly retreat and a pirate-themed water park with a hidden treasure room and animatronics.

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