Bergen County NJ Pools & Spas, Landscapes & Construction by Mufson

traditional stone pool njMufson has been installing custom gunite pools in Bergen County NJ for over 25 years.

Mufson is Bergen County's leading Pool, Spa, Landscape & Hardscape contractor

Mufson Pools, Landscape & Design located in Bergen County, New Jersey can help with all phases of swimming pool and landscape construction, and hardscape construction.

Our work includes custom gunite swimming pools and spas, pool renovation, construction of pool decking and coping, all kinds of landscaping and hardscaping services, outdoor kitchens and fireplaces, masonry, driveways and walkways, landscape lighting and more.

Mufson has been creating and building outdoor living spaces in Bergen County and surrounding areas for more than 25 years.

About Bergen County, New Jersey

From Allendale to Wyckoff and the 70+ towns in between- THAT is Bergen County. It is the most populated County in New Jersey with over 934,000 residents. Located directly across the George Washington Bridge from Manhattan, Bergen County is considered part of the New York City metropolitan area.

Bergen County was founded in 1683 and consists of 247 square miles of land and nearly 13 square miles of water. It is a serine and peaceful place to live and is one of the few places in the country that still observes blue laws or Sunday laws- laws designed to restrict or ban some or all Sunday activities in observance of religious standards as a day of worship or rest. In parts of Bergen County, only food stores and gasoline stations are opened.

Bergen County is rich in culture in both the arts and sciences. The Bergen Museum of Art & Science was formed in 1956 to stimulate adult and youth interest in the arts and sciences. They offer art camps, adult workshops and art classes, digital workshops and have local exhibits. Additionally, after-school and weekend programs are available designed to stimulate interest in science, technology, engineering and math. In 1972 the Aviation Hall of Fame & Museum was founded to preserve over 200 years of aviation and space heritage. It consists of historic aircrafts, space equipment, aviation artifacts, photographs, aviation art and an extensive model collection. The library has over 4000 volumes of aviation literature.

The Bergen Performing Arts Center (bergenPAC) is the busiest no-profit performing arts center reaching audiences of over 250,000 each year with nearly 150 events. The bergenPAC represents the arts well with performances from rock, classical, dance to comedy. They also are home to innovative arts and educational programs and boast a wonderful performing arts school. In 1957 the Blauvelt-Demarest Foundation established the Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum. It was a legacy to the late Hiram Blauvelt and features his private collection of wildlife art and big game collections. The contributions promote the value of wildlife and the need for conservation of animals and their habitats. The Art School at Old Church is both an art school and fine art gallery. They offer art classes, craft classes, workshops, children's classes as well as art exhibits.

Totaling over 9,000 acres, Bergen County has a strong parks and recreation department. Residents enjoy overnight camping, an environmental center, a zoo, guided nature hikes, a Revolutionary War battle site, 2 equestrian centers, 5 golf courses, a park for railroad and pony rides, 6 miles of bike path for cycling, jogging or walking, several picnic and play areas, a park for swimming, ball and soccer fields, tennis courts, ice skating and a ski center. The county parks system also includes 5 dog parks.

The Bergen County Historical Society is a house museum and organization showcasing regional artifacts and furnishings from prehistory to the Revolutionary War Era. Bergen County also maintains several historical sites. The Camp Merritt Memorial Monument marks the center of an important WWI embarkation camp where more than one million U.S. solders passed through on their way to and from the battlefields of Europe. The camp was 770 acres and could hold up to 42,000 men at one time. The hospital on base had a staff of 300 nurses who treated 55,000 sick men. The last soldier passed through Camp Merritt early in 1920. On the base of the monument are the names of 578 people who died in the camp. Garretson Farm is one of the oldest homesteads in Bergen County. The stone house and farm were occupied by six generations of the Garretson family from 1720 until the middle of the 20th century. Built in 1900, Easton Tower is a stone and wood frame structure that was once an irrigation pump as part of a scenic park. Now this historical fixture abuts the Saddle River Bikeway.

The economy in Bergen County is strong and consists of a vibrant and diverse business community and retail opportunities. Local business and employment opportunities continue to grow at a steady pace. The labor force is strong and according the 2010 U.S. Census, Bergen County's percentage of adults with a college degree or higher is 44.2% which is 10% higher than the national average. The Bergen County public school system is among the top in the state academically and in the arts. There are seven Colleges / Universities in Bergen County including The Touro University College of Medicine.

Bergen County is progressive with regard to education, the arts and sciences, maintains a good sense of historical balance within the county and recognizes the importance of preserving and maintaining open spaces. Bergen County continues to be among one of the most desirable New Jersey communities in which to reside.