Ultimate Mini Guide to Inground Pool Types and Costs

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Ultimate Mini Guide to Inground Pool Types and Costs

The days are longer, the sun is high in the sky and weather is taking the turn towards the warmer weather. It is thus the pool season.

Whether it is an adult or a child, everyone’s favorite memory of summer is spending time in the pool with friends and family. Along with creating new memories, the swimming pool also increases the value of the pool.

As a homeowner, it is an arduous task to determine the types of pools you should add to your home. The swimming pools come in a variety of sizes and as experts in the swimming pool industry, we will help you choose the pool that suits your home perfectly.

How much does it cost to put in a pool?
The first things you know is the cost it takes to install a swimming pool in your home. On average a swimming pool costs $19,797 with $200 as lowest and $78,000 most expensive.

While the above ground pools are inexpensive, they are not the pools, a homeowner would want to invest in.

The above ground pools of high quality often become as expensive as high quality in ground pools.

In ground pools give your home a classy feeling and make your backyard look like an oasis.

Generally, the homeowners on average spend somewhere between $8,589 – $31,432. The amount is based on the size of the pool. There are various types of inground pool types that can be used and the cost of the pool depends upon it.

Different inground pool types
In ground pools are fashioned from a variety of materials such as fiberglass, concrete, and various alternative finishes.

Fiberglass
The pools made from the fiberglass are sold as one piece shell and are installed in the same way. These pools are ready made and have a huge variety of size and shapes. These pools are generally installed in spas. The benches and steps are also installed by our experts to make the swimming easy.

Concrete
The pools created using steel-reinforced concrete are most common materials used to create pools. Concrete is durable. It is also porous as it allows the shell to easily hold water, provide stability and can be easily replastered to add to its longevity.

Vinyl
The vinyl pools are lined with metal or plastic frames which are then set in the excavated hole. On the bottom of the vinyl, a bed of sand or any other alternative material is used. The top is held by the coping. This creates an attractive look for the pool as the edge also acts as a pool deck.

Alternative finish
Along with the above-mentioned materials various other materials are also used to give the pool a finished look. The materials can be tile, stones, glass and other textures fashioned by our experts. Pebble aggregate is one of the alternative finish that is becoming quite popular these days.

Want to know more about inground pool types and pool accessories? Call now for an information kit, or to speak with one of our experts today!

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