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About Regal Pool Of Malakoff, Texas

Our team has a depth of experience and knowledge that is unmatched in the industry, which means you are going to love your custom swimming pool. With meticulous attention to detail and execution, our resort-style projects can be seen all across Texas, making us one of very few pool builders in Texas with the ability to service across various cities.

Whether residents just of West of Houston are seeking a swimming pool builder in Katy, Texas or swimming pool builder in Cypress, Texas, we are capable of offering all our design and build services. For those seeking a swimming pool builder in Houston or just North of the area for a swimming pool builder in Spring, Texas, we are eager to meet you and your next project.

About Malakoff, Texas

Malakoff is at the junction of State highways 31 and 198 and Farm roads 2636, 3062, and 3441, eight miles west of Athens in western Henderson County. The area was first settled by Jane Irvine, a widow from Alabama, who immigrated with her family to the area before 1835 and built a gristmill on Caney Creek 1½ miles north of the site of the present town. A small community, known as Caney Creek, grew up around the mill. In 1852, the name was changed to Mitcham Chapel after a Methodist church of the same name organized by the Rev. Hezekiah Mitcham.

Around 1854, the town applied for a post office under the suggested name of Mitcham or Purdon. Both names had previously been used, so postal officials in Washington suggested the name Malakoff, after a Russian fortification where the battle of Malakoff took place during the Crimean War. The town’s residents accepted the idea, and in 1885 a post office was granted. On the eve of the Civil War Malakoff was a thriving community with a church, several mercantile stores, a blacksmith’s shop, a saloon, two cotton gins, and a subscription school. Cotton, the town’s most important product, was hauled by ox wagon to the Trinity River and shipped downstream.

By 1904 Malakoff had nine general stores, two grocery stores, three drugstores, a furniture store, two lumberyards, a livery stable, a brick company, a butcher shop, a hotel, six doctors, two barbers, an undertaker, and nine builders. The First State Bank of Malakoff opened in 1908. The town’s growth was further spurred by the discovery of lignite coal in the area in 1912. Several mine operations sprang up, which in a few years were consolidated by the Malakoff Fuel Company. By the 1920s the mines represented the county’s largest industry and employed more than 600, including a large number of Mexican Americans. The mining operation was given additional impetus when the Texas Power and Light Company decided to build a coal-powered electric generating station nearby. Between 1920 and 1940 the town’s population grew rapidly, from 750 in 1920, to 1,200 in 1930, and 2,168 in 1940. In October 1942, however, TP&L decided to convert its generator to natural gas. The Malakoff Fuel Company began laying off employees soon thereafter and closed down its operations in 1945. The population declined to 1,283 by 1950. Not until the Tarrant County Water Board began constructing nearby Cedar Creek Reservoir in the mid-1960s did it begin to grow again.

Malakoff was incorporated by election in July 1948. During the 1930s it gained prominence for the discovery of a large prehistoric carved head, known as the “Malakoff Man,” found in the excavation of a gravel pit in 1929. Lignite mining was revived in the area, this time to fuel the TP&L Forest Grove Plant, under construction two miles northeast of the business district. In 1990 Malakoff had a reported 2,038 residents and 42 businesses. The population reached 2,257 with 180 businesses in 2000.

Regal pools did a phenomenal job on our pool! We greatly appreciate your expertise and precision. They treated us like family and were in constant communication with us during the process. We chose them because they are the best in the area and we knew that we were in excellent hands from start to finish! Thank you to Chase for designing our vision and thank you to PJ for building it to our liking!
April Oliver

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Regal did a fantastic job on our pool, outdoor kitchen, and bathroom. Shawn Bryant was an excellent construction supervisor. We had a very challenging pool given the amount of rain we experienced in Texas over this fall and winter. Despite these difficulties, Shawn and the Regal team were able to craft a solution that worked and we are enjoying our beautiful pool well in advance of what we thought was possible. I highly recommend their team and would have no reservations in using Regal for another pool project. Many thanks to Shawn and the Regal team for a job well done.
Darren Miles

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Malakoff, Texas’ Premier Pool Builder

Sparkling pools, inviting spas, mesmerizing fountains and waterscapes. A perfectly sculpted backyard oasis complete with fire pit, dramatic lighting and a fully-appointed outdoor kitchen. The only limitations are your imagination. Simply let your imagination run free.

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