Missouri City, Texas’ Premier Pool Builder
About Regal Pool Of Missouri City, 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.
If you are a resident just south of Houston and are seeking a swimming pool builder in Missouri City, Texas, we are capable of offering our complete suite of design and build services. For those seeking a swimming pool builder in Missouri City, we are eager to meet you and learn more about your exciting new project.
Regal Pools is a cutting-edge custom swimming pool contractor in Missouri City with 15+ years of experience in designing breathtaking pools as Texas’ #1 pool builders in Missouri City.
About Missouri City, Texas
Missouri City is bordered by Houston to the west, Pearland to the southwest, Sugar Land to the south, and Fort Bend County to the southeast. Along with a number of natural gas deposits located beneath its feet, this city has become one of Greater Houston’s most rapidly growing suburban communities. Missouri City was officially incorporated on February 16, 1960.
The town’s name came from the Missouri City Subdivision which the town began in 1955. The Missouri City subdivision began with about 1,000 acres and was part of the holdings of Missouri City Land Company.
A map drawn six years after John Austin’s failed colony for English-speaking Catholics in Texas depicted “Lake Austin” clearly enough that modern Texans can easily recognize its shape—a narrow “L” with one end twisted counterclockwise on itself (the western side) and the other end splayed out into twin lobes (the east side), with a peninsula protruding along its east lobe into a large, narrow islet that occupies most of the east lobe. The mapmaker was Austin’s lawyer and coauthor Joshua Levis, who in 1838 also drew a second map showing Austin’s “city” about two miles (3 km) from the lake.