Mufson Pool, Landscape & Design provides Rockland County, New York residents with the very best swimming pool, spa, landscape and hardscaping services. We custom design and install gunite, fiberglass, and liner pools and spas, decking and coping. Mufson also provides pool, spa and deck renovation and remodeling services including replacement plaster, tile and coping.
We offer landscape and hardscape services to the Rockland County community and will custom design any outdoor space including custom kitchens, fireplaces, walkways, driveways, perennial gardens and outdoor lighting. Mufson provides customized pool maintenance services including opening and closing, weekly or biweekly valet, and winter service plans. Mufson has proudly served the Rockland County area since 1990.
We guide our customers through all phases of landscape construction, including custom gunite pools, pool renovation, pool decking and coping, hardscaping, landscaping, outdoor kitchens and fireplaces, natural stone retaining walls, driveways and walkways, landscape lighting and much more.
Renovating your pool and spa area with the help of the trained pros at Mufson will help you create the backyard oasis of your dreams. Add an architectural element such as a pool house, or smaller transformation project such as adding a spa or renovating your pool tile color, or even adding a diving board, water slide or custom stairs to add beauty and value to your property.
We can fully renew, restore or renovate your pool, or provide a simple makeover with new tile. You’ll want to spend all your spare time relaxing with family and friends in your personal sanctuary. Our knowledgeable team has years of experience designing, installing, renovating and repairing pools and spas. Get started on a renovation or repair project today.
Maintenance and care are at the forefront of making sure your swimming pool runs smoothly and safely. Mufson Pools offers comprehensive maintenance plans to ensure you have a smooth start at the beginning of the season, weekly valet throughout the summer and an efficient closing in the fall. We are a one stop shop for emergency pool repair services, equipment repair or replacement, complete renovations and new construction. Our highly trained team at Mufson Pools will make sure that your swimming pool is always staycation ready.
Rockland County, NY is located 15 miles northwest of Manhattan and was a semi-rural area until the 1950s when infrastructure such as the Palisades Parkway and Tappan Zee Bridge were built and the idea of suburbia transformed the county. The population of Rockland County nearly tripled in size from 1950 to 1990 (89,000-265,000) and currently has approximately 312,000 residents. With nearly 200 square miles of space, Rockland County is a designated Preserve America County. There is 25 square miles of water among the 5 towns and 19 villages. Rockland County is rich in history, culture, arts and community recreation.
The Rockland County Volunteer Fire Services Museum depicts 200 years of fire service history including a horse-drawn steamer, hand drawn hose cart and several antique fire trucks. The museum is also home to a large collection of fire related memorabilia dating back to 1834 when Orangetown Fire Company #1 was the first organized firehouse in the country. The Holocaust Museum & Study Center is a permanent exhibit that combines graphics, montages, artifacts and audio visual displays to detail every facet of the Holocaust. They also host changing art exhibits.
Among the over 45 art institutions in Rockland County, lives the Helen Hayes Youth Theatre. They offer classes, camps and productions for area youngsters from ages 7-22. Art Angels is a community organization that supports the arts in the public school system. They are the liaison between ArtWorks, DramaWorks and MusicWorks.
During the last 41 years, the Rockland County Park System has grown from one park of 3 acres to a network of 28 parks that comprise 3,100 acres. The parks not only offer active and passive recreation for visitors but, provide nature trails where visitors may see animals such as a red-tailed hawk, pileated woodpecker, barred owl, red fox or a wild turkey. Scenic points are found throughout the trails. Additionally, two county parks offer residents an enclosed area for their dogs to run off leash, gather and socialize. Dogs must bring their humans along for supervision.
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49 Oak Street
Norwood, NJ 07648