Having a swimming pool is an immaculate thing to have. Though buying one may be pretty difficult. There are plenty of options for swimming pools but the two main categories to choose from are underground (or inground) pools and aboveground pools. Below we’ll go over what to consider when deciding what kind of pool to purchase.
Lets start with inground swimming pools. These types of pools are very beautiful and sometimes even in a certain class of luxury. Though with this state of luxury and beauty, inground swimming pools are obviously more expensive. There are plenty of expenses associated with purchasing an underground swimming pool. From the surrounding decking, to electrical hookup, to accessories, to even the installation of the pool itself, anything and everything involved adds to the cost. The cost, by the way, will run you anywhere from $30,000 to $70,000 for everything involved as stated above.
Aboveground pools are much much cheaper. The blatant fact is that above ground pools run anywhere from $4,000 to $15,000. This include the pool kit, the installation, and even the decking if that applies. They’re much much cheaper but you do lose out on some luxury and pizazz that the inground pools provide.
SIZE AND SHAPE:
Aboveground pool can be much bigger than inground swimming pools a lot of the time. Most of the time aboveground pools are circular. They are very rarely have any differences in depth. There is no stereotypical ‘deep end’ in your aboveground swimming pools.
Lets keep this simple… Aboveground pools last about 7-15 years with a liner replacement every 5-9 years. Underground pools all basically last about 10 years at least. (Take note that there are different types of inground pools. Fiberglass pools last about 20 years where as concrete can last for quite a while but may need to resurfaced every once in a while.)
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