5 Things To Consider When Buying A PoolPosted: January 19, 2022
The Space You Have Available
You also need to consider how much space you have available on your property, since this will help you determine how large your pool can be and where it should be placed.
If you have a small backyard, then it may be a good idea to invest in a smaller pool with some cool features, like a waterfall. Larger pools are great for those with a big property, as they allow more room for parties.
The Type of Pool You Want
When it comes to inground pools, there are three main types to choose from: gunite, vinyl and fiberglass. Each type of pool has its own benefits and drawbacks when it comes to cost and features.
Gunite pools are known to be the most durable and are quite easy to customize. However, they are some of the most expensive pools to build. Fiberglass pools aren’t as easy to customize, but they don’t require as much maintenance as other types of pools. Vinyl pools can be the least expensive but aren’t as durable as gunite.
The Installation Process
The time it takes to install a pool should be heavily considered. Some pools only take a few weeks to complete, while others can take a few months. Pool installation might also depend on the size of your pool and the local weather.
You’ll want to be mindful of when to start your pool building process to ensure it gets built in a timely manner and can be used as soon as possible. With the current demand on pools, you’ll want to get started as soon as possible to get your construction timeframe reserved. Getting a pool the same year you request one isn’t too likely. The sooner you start the process, the better!
How Much Maintenance a Pool Requires
Your pool will routine maintenance to keep it clean and safe for everyone to enjoy. This will require you to buy chemicals and cleaning tools or hire a professional pool maintenance service. There are standard service and maintenance routines you’ll need to follow on a weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual basis to ensure the longest life of your pool. If you’ve had landscaping work done around your pool, you’ll probably have to do routine maintenance on that, as well. Factor in the time and costs required for this maintenance to make sure you can keep your pool in good shape.
After you’ve taken all these considerations into account, reach out to a pool specialist like Emerald Pools & Spas to get started on building your new pool!