Chesapeake Pools & Patios
Chesapeake Pools and Patios is a professional patio and pool builder in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Chesapeake Pools & Patio is a patio and pool builder based in Chesapeake, VA. If you’re looking to build a new pool for your backyard, we’re the place to go! We will work with you to create a plan for building a pool in your backyard. We have years of expertise installing all types of pools, including fiberglass, vinyl, concrete with plaster, and more. We have established an excellent relationship with the local community in Chesapeake, and you can rely on us to complete any future pool installation job. To discover more about what we can do for you, give us a call now!
Chesapeake Pools & Patios
529 Long AveChesapeake Virginia 23322United States
Chesapeake often refers to: Chesapeake people, a Native American tribe also known as the Chesepian The Chesapeake, a.k.a. Chesapeake Bay Delmarva Peninsula, also known as the Chesapeake PeninsulaChesapeake may also refer to: == Populated places == === In Virginia === Chesapeake, Virginia, city Chesapeake City, a.k.a. Phoebus, Virginia Chesapeake, Northampton County, Virginia, unincorporated community Chesapeake colony, a.k.a. Jamestown, Virginia === In other U.S. states === Chesapeake, Indiana, defunct Chesapeake, Missouri Chesapeake, Ohio Chesapeake, Tennessee, a neighborhood of Nashville Chesapeake, West Virginia == Schools == Chesapeake High School, Anne Arundel County, Maryland Chesapeake High School, Baltimore, Maryland Chesapeake College, public community college based in Wye Mills, Maryland == Ships == United States lightship Chesapeake (LV-116), a lightvessel USS Chesapeake (1799), an American frigate captured by HMS Shannon in 1813 USS Patapsco (1799), a sloop originally named USS Chesapeake but renamed in 1799 while still under construction USS Chesapeake (1898), a training ship renamed USS Severn on 15 June 1905 USS Chesapeake (ID-3395), a freighter USS Chesapeake (AOT-5084) HMS Chesapeake (1855), a Royal Navy frigate Chesapeake was a British ship launched in 1799 that in 1840 was sold to an American trading house at Canton, which named her Chesapeake, and then sold her to the Qing Dynasty, which purchased her for the Imperial Chinese Navy. The British Royal Navy destroyed her on 27 February 1841 during the Battle of First Bar at the onset of the First Opium War.
Neighborhoods in Chesapeake, Virginia
Academy Park, Ahoy Acres, Albemarle Acres, Alexandria, Arbuckle Landing, Arrowhead, Ashley Woods, Ballentine Place, Bowers Hill, Brambleton, Broad Creek, Bruce's Park, Butts Station, Camelot, Chesterfield Heights
Things to do in Chesapeake, Virginia
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