Pools & Waterfalls by Mike Hodak, LLC

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About Us

Residential Pool 1950's

85+ Years in the Making

Mike's experience in the pool industry began long before he was old enough to know it was his calling. It all started when his Uncle George and Uncle Andy helped construct the North Park Pool in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1935. At the time, it was the largest pool ever constructed. Growing up, Mike helped his father Frank build pools from an early age (see photo to the left of one of his father's residential inground pools built in the 1950's). With his confidence as a second generation pool builder, he built his first waterfall in 1985 and the rest is history.

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Where can you see our work?

Mike is experienced constructing both residential and commercial swimming pools and waterfalls. You can see his work at the Pittsburgh Zoo's Sea Lion Exhibit (photo to the right), Consol Energy Headquarters, the 79 Entrance to Southpointe, Emerald Lake Wildlife Reserve (photo below),  South Hills Country Club Baby Pool, Fox Chapel Yacht Club Pool Renovation, and The Sheraton Pool at Station Square to name a few, as well as numerous residential retreats. You also may have seen him in House Trends Magazine or in The Pool and Spa News Magazine as the recipient of their Master Pool Builder, Gold Award.

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Inspired by Nature

With Mike's extensive experience building pools and waterfalls, he has perfected the art of imitating nature. Mike's unique artistic eye can replicate how water flows over and through giant stone boulders. With his attention to detail and consideration of topography, he can make your waterfall look as though it has been there all along. See our photo gallery below or visit our Facebook page to see more of his impressive work.

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Pools and Waterfalls by Mike Hodak

326 Doubletree Dr, Venetia, Pennsylvania 15367, United States

(724) 941-1163

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