Tuesday, June 22, 2021

The Difference Between Above Ground Pools and Inground Pools

If you're looking to purchase a swimming pool and don't know what you should get, there are two major ground-related ones to choose from. There is the above ground pool, which is easier to build and install. They are also cheaper to purchase. This is because these pools have kits that anyone can assemble. Or if you don't want to try it yourself, hire a pool builder or professional installer to put it together for you. Either way, it only takes a few hours to install.

The thing about above ground pools is that even though they don't cost a lot of money, there are several downsides to having one. First, you don't have many options for designs and styles. In fact, there are only two shapes you can choose from, round and oval.

The next thing is that you always have to be on the lookout for pool leaks. Since the pool is above ground, leaks are more common. On the other hand, this pool does not sit in the ground. It can be taken down and moved to another spot.

Inground swimming pools are nice. However, they cost more than above ground pools. You have to take into account construction costs and other things if you decide on this kind of pool. It also takes more time because you have to meet with a pool builder or contractor.

They have to come to your property to see how much room you have in your backyard. With inground pools, you have more designs and styles to choose from. However, with the construction and installation, you're looking at several weeks as opposed to a few hours to build this.

You can also make your pool look nice by adding features such as waterfalls, streams and colorful rocks or stones. When finished, it will enhance the beauty of your pool. In addition to that, it will also increase the value of your pool.

An above ground pool is suited for those who are on a budget and are not looking to spend a lot of money on a pool. The cost for them can start in the $1,400 range up to about $7,000 or $8,000.

The prices depend on what shape you get and how big it is. With an inground pool, you're looking at five figures starting out, around $30,000. Most people end up financing the amount. They just need to make sure that they can make the monthly payments if they choose the latter.

In the end, the final decision is up to you. You have to weigh the two options to see which pool would be better for your home.