When you think about it, our feet are pretty amazing. For most, they're an unfaltering foundation - two shock absorbers we rely on daily to hold our weight and propel us through life. Comprised of dozens of bones and hundreds of ligaments, muscles, and tendons, the average person's feet take a fair beating every day - on average, people stand for about four hours every day and take around 5K steps as well. Because your feet are smaller than most other parts of your body, they endure an enormous impact with each step, adding up to hundreds of tons of weight daily.
Strangely, when our feet, ankles, or toes begin to hurt, we do our best to ignore the pain and push through the day. We even give up sports and outdoor activities that we love. Unfortunately, ignoring pain and delaying treatment will further damage your feet and, by proxy, your whole body.
If you're living with foot and ankle pain or have given up on fun activities like hiking and jogging, it's time to change. Why sacrifice a life full of outdoor activities in our beautiful part of the world when you can visit an expert podiatrist in Rancho Bernardo, CA?
Welcome to North County Foot and Ankle - where men and women just like you get new leases on life through some of the most advanced podiatric treatments available in California. With more than 50 years of combined experience treating a wide range of foot and ankle problems, our pioneering doctors have helped hundreds of people reclaim their love of walking, jogging, and life in general.
What makes North County Foot and Ankle stand out from other foot and ankle doctors in Rancho Bernardo? Unlike some foot doctors, our podiatrists work with a client-first mentality. When you walk through our front doors, the time you spend in our office is all about you. We believe in a strong physician-patient relationship fortified by one-on-one attention and honest communication.
Before offering foot pain treatment options, we perform a thorough evaluation, taking into account your individual needs, goals, and preferences. Once that's done, we'll discuss your treatment options in detail and come to a mutual decision regarding the best treatment plan for you.
Whether you have a minor hangnail or need complex surgery, you will receive the same level of compassionate care from our medical team. As board-certified podiatrists in Rancho Bernardo, our doctors are proud to treat you. You can rest easy knowing they will take the time to explain what's causing your foot pain, what treatments are best suited to your problem, and what steps you should take after treatment.
And while our podiatrists are uniquely qualified to perform surgery, we often recommend non-surgical options, using treatments like orthotics to relieve foot, arch, and heel pain. From sports injuries and bunions to gout and blisters, we're here to help you live life to the fullest without nagging, debilitating foot pain.
Patients visit our foot clinic in Rancho Bernardo, CA, for many podiatric problems, including:
If you're dealing with chronic foot pain or are concerned about a long-lasting symptom that affects your daily life, we're here to help. Unsure if you need to call to make an appointment? These symptoms are often signs that you might need to visit our foot and ankle doctors:
Most people over 40 know that strange body aches and pains become more common with age. The same can be said with our feet. As we get older, our feet usually spread out and lose the fatty pads that help cushion our feet. If you're overweight, the ligaments and bones in your feet also take an extra beating. Also, with age, foot abnormalities that you were born with become more pronounced, as the joints in your feet lose flexibility and become rigid. To make matters worse, the skin covering your feet dries out, resulting in more cuts, scrapes, and infections.
It's clear that we endure more foot pain as we get older, but what kind of foot pain should we be most concerned about? It can be hard to tell - pain from what looks like normal bruising may actually be a sign that something more serious is occurring. That's why we're listing some of the most common symptoms of serious foot problems. That way, you're better educated and have a better shot at figuring out whether you need a simple bag of ice or a visit to your podiatrist in Rancho Bernardo, CA.
When you sprain your foot or ankle or suffer an acute injury, it's normal for your foot to swell up. This type of swelling typically goes down after 48 hours have passed. However, if you hurt your foot and the swelling is severe and doesn't go away after a couple of days, it's cause for concern. Persistent swelling often indicates an ankle or foot injury that needs podiatric care.
North County Foot and Ankle Pro Tip: If you notice persistent swelling of any kind on your body, it's wise to see a doctor. Ankle swelling, in particular, could be a warning sign that a blood clot or heart issue is present.
It's normal for your foot or ankle to "smart" after you stub your toe or twist your ankle. However, if you're experiencing ongoing ankle and foot pain, it's probably not normal. The pain doesn't have to be sharp, either - if you have dull pain, tenderness, or weakness that lasts more than two days, a trip to the foot doctor may be in order.
Minor ankle and foot injuries, like sprains, are quite common. When a sprain happens, it's normal to experience some instability or weakness afterward. Chronic instability, however, is a more serious problem. Long-term instability or weakness may signify torn ligaments or something worse. If you've had trouble standing or walking for a long time, it's best to make an appointment at a foot clinic in Rancho Bernardo.
North County Foot and Ankle Pro Tip: Podiatric experts like those at North County Foot and Ankle may have a long-term solution to help reclaim your mobility without surgery. Give our office call today to learn more!
Stiffness is a normal symptom that should be expected with sprains, plantar fasciitis, and arthritis. Often, you can alleviate such stiffness with rest, weight loss, stretching, or even new shoes. With that said, if you're experiencing ongoing stiffness, it could be a red flag that something more serious is going on.
When you've been sitting for a long time, you may have noticed a popping sound from your feet when you stand. That sound is perfectly normal. So long as it's painless, you've got nothing to worry about. However, if you feel pain when you hear a popping noise, it could indicate a subluxation or dislocation, which are conditions that require a podiatrist's attention.
If you're not sure whether you should be concerned about a painful foot or ankle symptom, give our clinic in Rancho Bernardo a call ASAP. Our helpful technicians can help answer your questions and set up a time for you to speak with one of our friendly podiatrists.
Here are just a few of the typical foot problems we treat daily.
Do you have intense heel pain that appears when you first stand up, only for it to disappear after a few steps? If so, you could be one of the millions of people in the U.S. suffering from plantar fasciitis. Plantar fasciitis is most often caused by an inflamed ligament covering bones on the bottom of your feet. Also called "Policeman's Heel," this painful condition is a common reason for heel pain, but it won't go away on its own.
Almost all cases of plantar fasciitis will get better with easy, non-surgical treatments and lifestyle changes. A good place to start is by refraining from activities or sports that cause pain, like jogging, hiking, running, or aerobic exercises.
Common treatment options at North County Foot and Ankle include:
Orthotic shoe inserts provide you with the arch support that your feet need, especially with shoes like women's flats that don't have much foot support. We also recommend wearing shoes that are appropriate for the activity you're enjoying, like hiking boots on your favorite trail and running shoes on the street or track.
Stretching regularly with gentle exercises can help prevent plantar fasciitis and stop flare-ups. Stretching your calves, specifically, reduces heel pain effectively. After you schedule an appointment at our foot clinic in Rancho Bernardo, one of our doctors can explain the proper exercises in more detail.
Wearing a brace or splint while you sleep will keep your plantar fascia stretched. That way, when you wake up and take your first steps of the day, you shouldn't have as much pain because your plantar fascia won't have a chance to tighten up overnight.
North County Foot and Ankle Pro Tip: If you're still struggling with plantar fasciitis after using orthotics, treatments like orthobiologics, platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment, or extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) may be more effective.
Ingrown toenails are among the most common foot maladies in the United States. Though common, ingrown toenails can be painful, resulting in swelling, bleeding, pus, and more. Various factors cause ingrown toenails, such as heredity, trauma, hygiene, nail conditions, and improper trimming. Thankfully, with the help of an expert, most ingrown toenails can be treated at home or in a podiatrist's office.
Ingrown toenails happen when the corners and sides of your toenails grow and eventually dig into the flesh around your nail. Most often occurring on the big toe, ingrown toenails become a serious concern when they are left untreated or when an infection is involved. To determine whether your ingrown toenail needs an evaluation by a foot doctor in Rancho Bernardo, CA, keep an eye out for initial symptoms and infection symptoms:
To help prevent infection, try cutting your nails in a straight line, and don't cut them too short. Do not cut your nails to match the shape of your toe.
When your toenail becomes ingrown, you need doctors with real expertise in diagnosing and treating foot problems. At North County Foot and Ankle, our doctors are highly qualified to treat the underlying conditions causing your ingrown toenail. That way, you can enjoy long-term relief and also learn the ways to prevent ingrown toenails in the future.
If you have a bony bump near the bottom joint of your big toe, chances are it's a bunion. Bunions are deformities on your feet that are formed when your front foot bones become misaligned. When this happens, the misaligned bones cause the top half of your big toe to point inward toward your second toe. From there, your tendons will tighten, which pulls your toe even further inward. Once your toe is pulled more inward, the bottom joint of your big toe will bulge outward. The bulge you see is actually what we refer to as a bunion.
Without treatment, your toe pain can worsen, and the bunion can grow. Painful swelling in the balls of your feet can also cause hammertoe. Hammertoe happens your second toe is bent out of shape by your misaligned big toe.
Luckily, North County Foot and Ankle is California's go-to clinic for bunion treatment in Rancho Bernardo, CA. Our highly-trained doctors can stop these uncomfortable conditions from happening and help prevent worse conditions from developing.
Jason Morris, a board-certified podiatric foot surgeon in Rancho Bernardo, CA, is one of the top podiatrists in the greater San Diego area and has successfully treated patients with bunions for over ten years. He offers advanced treatments for bunion pain, such as:
Our hand-made orthotics, which are worn in your shoes, are molded to fit your foot exactly, correcting bone misalignments and relieving pain much better than cookie-cutter, store-bought options.
Drs. Morris and Redkar performs state-of-the-art triplanar correction surgery using 3-D digital imaging and a minimal incision approach. This procedure is very effective and works by rotating misaligned big toe bones back to the proper position. Once your toe bones are back in position, a metal plate is attached to your bones so that they remain aligned over long-term use.
Drs. Morris and Redkar may recommend both surgery and custom orthotics to keep your foot pain-free and your bunion from growing back.
If you’ve been enduring foot or ankle pain that affects your mobility and quality of life, why not make a change for the better? At North County Foot & Ankle Specialists, our podiatrists in Escondido help patients of all ages. Drs. Morris and Redkar take a patient-first approach with all of our podiatry services. Both are highly qualified and recipients of prestigious awards.
Featured in Los Angeles Magazine’s prestigious Top Doctors list of 2021, Dr. Avanti Redkar is a board-certified podiatrist that specializes in foot and ankle pathology. Dr. Redkar earned her undergrad degree in biology at the University of Scranton and her master’s degree in nutrition at SUNY Buffalo. She attended podiatry school at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine. Her three-year surgical residency at Good Samaritan Hospital in West Islip, New York, included foot and rearfoot surgery, wound care, and hyperbaric medicine training. Dr. Redkar also completed a one-year fellowship in sports medicine and ankle reconstruction.
After a rigorous three-year residency at the University of Pittsburgh, Jason Morris, DPM, moved to sunny California to practice podiatric medicine. Once there, Dr. Morris worked as an attending physician at UCLA Medical Center and Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. Since relocating to the Escondido area, he has been a staff physician at Palomar Medical Center in Escondido and Poway. Dr. Morris is a podiatric foot and ankle specialist with board certification in rearfoot and forefoot reconstructive surgery. Dr. Morris has undergone extensive training in sports medicine, ankle trauma, diabetic limb salvage, and reconstructive surgery.
If you've been enduring foot or ankle pain that affects your mobility and quality of life, why not make a change for the better? At North County Foot & Ankle Specialists, our podiatrists in Rancho Bernardo help patients of all ages. Drs. Morris and Redkar take a patient-first approach with all of our podiatry services. From minor bunion treatments to complex issues like foot fractures, every treatment option we consider is chosen with your best interest in mind.
Our podiatrists are members of several professional organizations, including:
If more conservative treatments are better for your condition, non-surgical solutions like custom orthotics may be the best route. If you need ankle or foot surgery, our podiatrists will complete your procedure with time-tested skill and precision. Because, at the end of the day, our goal is to provide you with the most effective foot and ankle pain solutions with the quickest recovery options available.
Contact us online or via phone today to schedule an appointment at our Rancho Bernardo office. By tomorrow, you'll be one step closer to loving life without foot or ankle pain.
Get a feeling of what Bethlehem looked like 2,022 years ago during a free event hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.Attendees can walk through various village and Biblical scenes, including a live Nativity. There will also be more than 100 crèches (nativity scenes) from around the world on display.The event will be offered from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15 and Friday, Dec. 16; and 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Stake Center, 15750 Bernardo Heights P...
Get a feeling of what Bethlehem looked like 2,022 years ago during a free event hosted by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Attendees can walk through various village and Biblical scenes, including a live Nativity. There will also be more than 100 crèches (nativity scenes) from around the world on display.
The event will be offered from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 15 and Friday, Dec. 16; and 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 17 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Stake Center, 15750 Bernardo Heights Parkway in Rancho Bernardo.
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“This will be a very nice display. We are trying to get it to be very authentic,” said Mike Christensen, the planning committee’s chairman and member of the church’s Twin Peaks Ward in Poway. “There will be live animals in the environment and little fire pits. It will feel like you are back there at the time of Christ, when he was born.”
Chickens, sheep, goats and a donkey are among the animals in the display.
Church members of all ages have volunteers to play Mary, Joseph, baby Jesus, the Wise Men, shepherds and Bethlehem villagers. Some will also serve as tour guides for the attendees, divided into small groups. Others are involved with the set construction and other aspects. In all, around 100 volunteers are involved.
“It will be a wonderful event that will focus on Christ,” Christensen said.
While being hosted in RB, the event is being organized by members of the church’s Rancho Bernardo and Poway wards. It has been 22 years since they put on this event for the community.
“Why this year? Because we are getting out of the COVID lockdown and people want to be with their families a little more,” Christensen said. “We also want there to be more emphasis on Christ as we get out of our houses.”
He said the Bethlehem event will be similar in scale to the Moses Tabernacle event offered to the community by the church in April 2019. That event had large set displays, live animals like sheep and goats, and church members as actors to represent the Biblical-times characters.
Walking through the entire outdoor Bethlehem display should take around 15 minutes, Christensen estimated.
Following the outdoor portion, attendees can go inside the church’s cultural hall where more than 100 crèches will be displayed. They are on loan from church members who have collected them while traveling or during their mission trips to various countries, according to committee member Darlene Dunn, who belongs to the Rancho Bernardo Ward.
Dunn said her 3-week-old son Dallin Dunn portrayed baby Jesus 22 years ago.
“It was such a great event,” Dunn recalled of the 2000 display. “Thousands came over the three days. It was a whole lot of work, months in planning. This is a blest time of year.”
Opening the event to the entire community is part of the church’s outreach efforts. Dunn said the congregation is very involved with the area’s interfaith community.
“We embrace, love and support each other,” Dunn said of those who participate in interfaith events.
There will be a charitable component too. Attendees are asked to help those in need in the community by donating new pillows, towels or hygiene kit supplies such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, body soap and deodorant. Dunn said these will be distributed through various organizations.
Because part of the event will be held outdoors attendees are advised to dress warmly. Refreshments will also be served. For questions, call 858-487-7922.
Fireworks start at 9 p.m. at Bernardo Heights Middle SchoolA full day of Independence Day activities will be offered in Rancho Bernardo on Monday as the 53rd annual Spirit of the Fourth festivities resume in full for the first time in two years.The COVID-19 pandemic forced a cancelation in 2020 and limited activities to just the fireworks show in 2021. But this year organizers are bringing back all events, including the community fair and its events, the afternoon parade and evening fireworks with pre-show musical entertainme...
A full day of Independence Day activities will be offered in Rancho Bernardo on Monday as the 53rd annual Spirit of the Fourth festivities resume in full for the first time in two years.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced a cancelation in 2020 and limited activities to just the fireworks show in 2021. But this year organizers are bringing back all events, including the community fair and its events, the afternoon parade and evening fireworks with pre-show musical entertainment.
The admission-free community fair, in Webb Park from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., will feature at least a couple dozen vendor booths plus other activities. The park is accessible from Avena Place off Bernardo Center Drive.
First up will be the 12th annual Patriotic Pet Contest. All sorts of well-behaved pets in festive attire are welcome, including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, rabbits and hamsters. Entrants are encouraged to get creative with their costuming to show off their patriotic spirit.
There is no fee to enter the contest sponsored by the Rancho Bernardo Community Council. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. near the stage in Webb Park. Judging starts at 9:30 a.m. with Jeff Zevely from CBS 8 picking the prize winners.
At 10:45 a.m. a patriotic ceremony will be held at the Rancho Bernardo Veterans Memorial in Webb Park. It will feature members of the Military Order of World Wars Gen. J.P. Holland Chapter and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Maj. Abraham J. Baum Post 7766.
4S Ranch festivities
The only activity being held in 4S Ranch on Monday is an event to celebrate its homeowners association’s 21st anniversary.
The noon to 8 p.m. event will be held in Linear Park near Monterey Ridge Elementary, 17117 4S Ranch Parkway. Admission is free. Costs vary for food and activities.
There will be no fireworks show at Del Norte High School.
Other activities in the park throughout the day will include the Wheels of Freedom Motor Show sponsored by the Poway Cruisers, the Quilts of Valor Quilt Show, and games for kids. There will also be food vendors selling refreshments.
The Spirit of the Fourth parade will start at 3:30 p.m. in downtown Rancho Bernardo with Lucia Capital Group as the parade’s grand marshal.
The parade will travel north on Acena Drive, west on Rancho Bernardo Road, south on Bernardo Center Drive and then go east on Lomica Drive, concluding near the post office. Parade viewers can bring blankets and lawn chairs to line the route.
No one will be able to enter or exit the parking lots in the RB Town Center (Vons) and The Plaza from 3 p.m. until the parade ends, which could be 4:30 or 5 p.m., according to parade organizer Myrna Estremera.
As of Tuesday, there were at least 55 entries, she said, including five high school marching bands, community organizations, elected officials and pageant queens.
Those of all ages who would like to participate in the parade are welcome to join its Wheels of Freedom segment. Check in at 3 p.m. in the parking lot near Round Table Pizza in The Plaza, 16761 Bernardo Center Drive.
The Wheels on Parade is open to anyone who dresses up in patriotic colors and uses some type of wheels — roller skates, roller blades, skate boards or wheelchairs — or patriotically decorates their bicycles, tricycles, unicycles and other similar devices. Participants will be given a red, white and blue safari hat, Estremera said. They are to wear appropriate safety gear, such as bicycle helmets, elbow pads and knee pads.
The festivities will conclude with evening entertainment from 6 to 9 p.m. followed by the fireworks show. The requested donation for admission to the grass practice field at Bernardo Heights Middle School is $10 per person or $20 per family, who are advised to bring blankets or lawn chairs.
Parking is in the student lot at Rancho Bernardo High School, accessible from Avenida Venusto, and along nearby streets. Those with a disabled parking placard and Freedom Club members can park in the staff lot, 13010 Paseo Lucido.
Evening event organizer Lynn Ewing said three musical acts have been booked.
“We are highlighting local talent,” he said.
First will be country singer/songwriter Barbra Green from 6 to 6:45 p.m. She is a soloist and Rancho Bernardo resident who will perform her original patriotic-type music, he said. Her new album, “I’ve Arrived” is set to be released this summer.
From 7 to 7:45 p.m. will be Not Quite Right, a rock band based in Poway. It features guitarist/lead vocalist Bill Sharp, bassist Gary Fletcher, guitarist Steve Horvath and drummer Rick Smith. The music of Not Quite Right is upbeat with a retro California feel containing infectious melodies and hooks that will leave the audience yearning for more, according to the band.
The final band, taking the stage from 8 to 8:45 p.m., will be Shark Jones. The four members — guitarist Chuck Knight, drummer Chip Holz, bassist Peter Ballantyne and songwriter/guitarist Rock Hunter — will be playing their original rock and roll music from their recently released album “Dream Come True.” The San Diego band has played together for 33 years.
For more details on the Fourth of July festivities, go to SpiritOfTheFourth.org.
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has declared a new citrus quarantine in a 95 square-mile area of Rancho Bernardo after detecting a potentially threatening citrus tree disease during routine inspections.The bacterial disease, known as Huanglongbing (HLB), is a major threat to San Diego’s $115 million annual citrus crop. Trees infected with HLB can produce mishappen, bitter fruit and the disease can eve...
The California Department of Food and Agriculture has declared a new citrus quarantine in a 95 square-mile area of Rancho Bernardo after detecting a potentially threatening citrus tree disease during routine inspections.
The bacterial disease, known as Huanglongbing (HLB), is a major threat to San Diego’s $115 million annual citrus crop. Trees infected with HLB can produce mishappen, bitter fruit and the disease can eventually kill the tree.
This new quarantine comes after HLB was found in a residential lime tree in the area and is in addition to the existing HLB quarantine in the city of Oceanside. It covers the area bordered on the north by the intersection of I-15 and Auto Park Way; to the south by Poway Road; to the west by Via De Las Flores; and to the east by Lake Ramona. The maps for this HLB quarantine are available here.
The intent of the quarantine is to protect the region’s food supply and support the agricultural economy and environmental sustainability by restricting people and businesses from moving citrus nursery stock, plant parts and fruit outside the quarantine boundaries and off their properties. The only exception is for agricultural businesses that must adhere to specific requirements for treatment, cleaning, and packing commercial fruit prior to movement.
HLB is not harmful to people or animals but could be devastating to the county’s citrus industry. The disease is spread by the Asian citrus psyllids, tiny insects that can carry the bacterium when they feed on citrus trees.
“Unfortunately, Huanglongbing is fatal to citrus,” said San Diego Agricultural Commissioner Ha Dang. “Our goal is to prevent this disease from spreading any further. By working together, we can all protect our food supply, local agriculture, and environment from this devasting disease.”
The County Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures is partnering with state and federal regulators to limit the impact on the public and help prevent the spread of the disease. County and state officials will work with residents in the affected area to arrange for treatment of citrus trees as a protective measure against the disease.
County officials are also proactively notifying local citrus growers, plant nurseries and other related businesses.
Samples from trees on the affected property and the surrounding area are undergoing tests for HLB. If HLB is detected in additional citrus trees in the quarantine area, state agricultural officials will follow up with treatment and removal of the infected trees.
Residents in the quarantine area are urged to take the following steps:
SAN DIEGO — The community of Rancho Bernardo is under a citrus quarantine after a citrus tree tested positive for what can be a catastrophic bacterial disease among citrus trees. The disease is called Huanglongbing, or HBL.“It clogs up the vascular system of the tree, prevents the nutrients moving from the roots up to the tree and eventually kills the tree,” Victoria Hornbaker, director of Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention, told FOX 5 Wednesday.It can take 3 to 5 years for the tree to die, but in the meantime...
SAN DIEGO — The community of Rancho Bernardo is under a citrus quarantine after a citrus tree tested positive for what can be a catastrophic bacterial disease among citrus trees. The disease is called Huanglongbing, or HBL.
“It clogs up the vascular system of the tree, prevents the nutrients moving from the roots up to the tree and eventually kills the tree,” Victoria Hornbaker, director of Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention, told FOX 5 Wednesday.
It can take 3 to 5 years for the tree to die, but in the meantime, another insidious little insect will feed on the tree, spreading bacteria far and wide.
“There’s a tiny little insect called the Asian Citrus Psyllid that feeds on the vascular system of the tree, so it’s sucking out the juices from the tree,” Hornbaker said. “And when it does that, it picks up the bacteria in its body and then it can fly to another tree and when it feeds there, it spreads the bacteria.”
The State of Florida has been dealing HLB since 2005. The disease wiped out half of its orange tree production.
In order to stop the spread, the California Department of Agriculture along with the Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention program are asking residents to be vigilant, to not take any citrus fruit out of the quarantine zone and report anything that seems amiss.
“Anytime we find a positive tree, we’re going to remove that positive tree to remove the bacteria from the environment,” Hornbaker said. “We’re also going to survey a 250-meter area around that positive detection site and we’re going to do a treatment to prevent the Asian Citrus Psyllid from spreading.”
In Oceanside in 2021, nine citrus trees tested positive. The trees were removed and the area was treated. They haven’t had any other issues, but the area remains under quarantine.
Anyone who suspects their plant is infected, is asked to call the CDFA’s toll-free pest hotline at 800-491-1899 or visit the CDFA website.
Few home features are considered as luxurious as having your own swimming pool. Not only can a pool be enjoyed by both children and adults (and some pets, too!), but it can also transform any old backyard into a fun and relaxing oasis.As a homeowner, installing an in-ground pool is one home improvement project that you can’t DIY. But thanks to ...
Few home features are considered as luxurious as having your own swimming pool. Not only can a pool be enjoyed by both children and adults (and some pets, too!), but it can also transform any old backyard into a fun and relaxing oasis.
As a homeowner, installing an in-ground pool is one home improvement project that you can’t DIY. But thanks to Thumbtack — a convenient home services app used by millions — you can hire a professional to build your dream pool for you.
Thumbtack makes it easier than ever to find a professional pool builder in the Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch area. Each pro on Thumbtack has their own profile with price information, allowing you to find a pool builder who works within your budget.
While prices for building a pool can be affected by numerous factors — including the pool’s dimensions, depth, finishes, the type of water (saltwater vs. chlorine) and more — the average fixed cost to construct an in-ground swimming pool in the greater San Diego-Carlsbad, CA region is $17,500, according to data obtained by Thumbtack.
Ready to dive in and give your backyard the luxurious pool it deserves? Here are some top-rated in-ground swimming pool construction professionals in the Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch area.
Once your backyard’s in-ground pool is built, you can use Thumbtack to connect with other pros in the Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch area to complete virtually any home task. You can hire a pool cleaning service, house cleaner, electrician, plumber, landscaper and pretty much any other professional you can think of to help you tackle that to-do list. Thumbtack pros even have reviews, so you know exactly what other Rancho Bernardo-4s Ranch community members thought of their services.
Related: What goes into building a pool?
Pricing data is based on projects requested on Thumbtack in the past 24 months as reported directly by the independent service professional or individual consumer.
*Disclaimer: results are not guaranteed, may not be permanent, and can vary per individual. Some images are of models, not actual patients.
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