Morris County NJ Pools & Spas, Landscapes & Construction by Mufson
This pool was custom designed and built by the professionals at Mufosn Pools, Landscape, and Design.
Mufson is Morris County's leading Pool, Spa, Landscape construction contractorMufson Pools, Landscape & Design is Morris County, New Jersey's leader in all phases of swimming pool, landscape and hardscape design and construction.
We provide Morris County residents with custom gunite swimming pools and spas, pool renovation and pool decking and coping.
We also provide the region with a variety of landscaping and hardscaping services such as landscape design, installation and maintenance as well as designing custom outdoor kitchens, fireplaces, driveways, walkways and more. For more than 25 years, Mufson has been designing and building outdoor living spaces in Morris County.
About Morris County, New JeresyLocated 25 miles west of Manhattan, Morris County is comprised of 40 towns with a total population of approximately 49,200 residents. Founded in 1739, the County is made up of 460 square miles of land and 21 square miles of water. Nearly 50 Fortune 500 companies have headquarters, offices or major facilities in Morris County including Norvartis Life Sciences, BASF, AT&T and UPS Logistics.
In 2009, Forbes ranked Morris County as the 6th best place in the country to raise a family based on the high graduation rate (98.4%) and employment possibilities from area industries. Morris County is home to a Community College, a two year Roman Catholic women’s college (Assumption College for Sisters) and three Universities, including a campus of Fairleigh Dickenson University.
Morris County offers much in the way of history and cultural heritage, parks and recreation, the arts and culture. There are over 150 places listed on the National Registry of historic places including historic districts, houses, inns, churches, farms and even a blacksmith shop. Historic Speedwell is a 7.5 National Historic Landmark site that preserves the restored estate of Stephen Vail, former proprietor of the Speedwell Iron Works. Visitors can learn and experience what life was like during the mid-19th century through guided tours, special events, programs and exhibits.
There are over 17,500 acres set aside for recreational opportunities, programs, special events, school programs and activities for all ages and includes outdoor educational and recreational facilities, conservation areas and 150 miles of trials. Spring to fall activities include biking, hiking, fishing, boating, swimming and the use of recreational fields. Cold weather options include sledding, ice fishing, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Additionally, there is an ice skating arena that doubles in the off season to host the annual Shriners circus, cat & dog shows, craft shows and antique shows.
Morris County is also home to several unique arboretums including the Frelinghuysen Arboretum. The 127 acre property includes a magnificent Colonial Revival mansion, woodlands, meadows, beautiful gardens and a distinctive collection of trees and shrubs indigenous to the soil and climate of the area. The Frelinghuysen offers self-guiding trail books, special tours, group tours, educational programs, special events and a comprehensive collection of botanical literature.
Morris County is a suburban cultural mecca for the arts. The Mayo Performing Arts Center, the Bickford Theatre and the New Jersey Shakespeare Theatre all call Morris County home. Additionally, the Morris Museum offers visitors the best in fine and decorative arts. The quarterly Art Around the Park is a night for strolling between venues around the Morristown Green to see the latest work or regional abstract artist.