If you’re toying with the idea of adding a pool to your yard in preparation for next season, know that it is a great investment for most families. A pool is an amazing addition providing a serene and relaxing oasis that doubles as a gym and a fun place for the whole family to play. Nothing beats being able to simply walk outside and already be at the best place to go all summer! Finding the right pool for your family and property does take some work, however. There are so many options. One that often gets initially brushed off is the aboveground pool. Most people think that if you’r going to invest in a pool, it might as well be “the real deal” (an in-ground pool). This isn’t actually accurate. Let’s review all the information about aboveground pools that you should have before deciding if they’re right for you or not.
It Is Still A Pool
When people start thinking about installing a pool in their yard, they often have the misconception that an aboveground pool doesn’t really count as a pool (compared to an in-ground pool) and is more like an overgrown spa without the bells and whistles. Nothing could be less accurate. An aboveground pool is still a pool, still governed by the same laws, including requiring a fence in most places, and offers many benefits over in-ground pools and even spas. Just because it is above ground doesn’t mean it can’t be fun, and in many cases, the above ground pool offers the best value.
An Affordable Choice
An aboveground pool is the most cost effective choice out there. These pools tend to be smaller than in-ground pools (decreasing costs to install and to maintain), but even compared to an in-ground pool of the same size, and above ground pool costs less. It also will require less time to install and disrupt your life less. If you start the process today, you’re more likely to have your pool ready to go by summer if it is an aboveground pool. Above ground pools are also less limiting than most people realize, coming in a variety of sizes, shapes, and options. Finally, most quality pool installers will offer warranties as well.
It Could Be DIY
An in-ground pool is never going to be a DIY project, but for some people, an aboveground pool could be. There are lots of parts that make up the structure of an aboveground pool, aside form the obvious of the frame and the liner. Don’t take it on as a DIY unless you have a good amount of experience with home improvement and landscaping projects. That being said, once it is set up, the maintenance of an above ground pool is much less likely to be outsourced to a vendor, since it is much easier than for an in-ground pool.
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