Swimming pool cost (and what comes with it) is a common concern among first-time pool buyers.
This is understandable. A pool is an investment but you need to spend for it. A sizable investment is required, to start with. And, this varies, depending on a number of factors.
A top consideration here is jurisdiction. Different locations mean variable swimming pool cost. Other aspects that add to the cost include access issues, soil condition, the size of your pool and the amount of decking required.
In Northern California, Premier Pools and Spas Sacramento pegs the cost at $30,000, at the very least. This includes the basic makings of a high quality swimming pool, such as lighting, pump, filter, sanitation system, decking and its plaster interior.
Your swimming pool cost spikes when you upgrade from a basic pool. You might want to add a variable speed pump to conserve energy. Or, you might want to splurge a little, and make your pool interior look extra special with pebble or aggregate pool finishes. Maybe, you’d like a spa too. All this will increase your costs – of course, they up the value of your pool too.
If you’re in Northern California, get in touch with Premier Pools and Spas Sacramento to know more about your swimming pool options. You can have your dream pool, at a budget you can afford.