Building a swimming pool in your backyard is an exciting experience. Having a swimming pool is the perfect opportunity to create great memories with your family and friends. You're able to entertain people, host parties, and relax after a hard day of work. Then it comes down to price, but in the end memories with your family is worth more than a dollar amount. Lets breakdown how much an inground pool cost.
Having a swimming built in your backyard is a big decision. It is a large investment, but it is worth every penny. Depending on the area or region you are located a base priced swimming pool will be anywhere from $30,000- $55,000. This is the cost for all of the construction and materials. Keep in mind that every pool builder has different prices, but if you are not ready to spend a large sum of money, we suggest letting the idea of a swimming pool sit in your mind for a while.
The factors that effect the price of a new swimming the most is the additional features that you decide to incorporate into your swimming pool design. Water features can be a few thousand dollars depending on the size and quantity that you're getting them. Another important factor to consider is the dimensions of the swimming pool itself, and the design of that swimming pool. The bigger the swimming pool the more money it will cost to have it built.
Building a concrete or gunite pool can be more costly, but lets break it down by the pros and cons.
There is nothing like the care of an experienced pool cleaner. Our expert pool technicians can check the surface for any abnormalities and the pipes for leaks. Make sure you schedule an annual service appointment for your pool. Maintaining the pool chemicals properly balanced is important to have clear, clean pool water. Our pool technicians recommend weekly testing of levels of pH balance, alkalinity, and chlorine. This will help prevent the growth of algae and other less than favorable problems.
If you are trying to tackle pool maintenance on your own, it will save you money; however, it is a lot of working keeping up with pool maintenance. From removing the debris from your pool, to checking the skimmer baskets, and testing the chemicals in your pool water. You have to complete all of this kind of stuff weekly. Then monthly you have to brush down the walls of your swimming pool as well as clean out the filter pump. If you ever need questions answered Premier Pool Service is only one call away!