4 Things You Should Consider Before Pool Construction

4 Things You Should Consider Before Pool Construction
June 18, 2020 sdcdesign

Swimming pools are great investments for your home, and they serve as great luxury resources for you and your family to have fun, relax, and enjoy the outdoors. However, there are a few things you should know before considering pool construction on your property. So what are the four things you should consider when planning pool construction for your home?

1. Budget

The amount of money you can spend will have a huge effect on the size and construction of your swimming pool. Many things can influence the overall price of your new swimming pool such as size, materials, and location. Therefore, it’s a good idea to contact a professional pool construction and installation company to find out what you can afford up-front before the process begins.

2. Pool size

The size of your pool will ultimately depend on your family size and how much space you have on your property. For example, a pool size of about 10×20 would be okay for small families while a 20×40 pool size would be ideal for larger families. Larger pools are also great for commercial areas, poolside parties, lounging areas, and keeping guests entertained. Just make sure you have enough space on your property to accommodate your desired pool size.

3. Pool shape

The shape of your pool will largely depend on the size and aesthetic appeal you are looking for. For example, larger pools usually feature a square or rectangle shape, as they are more ideal for exercise and swimming laps, while rounded pools are more ideal for relaxing and spending time with family and friends. To add another layer of excitement to your experience, there are many add-ons you can have built into your pool such as lighting, waterfalls, and heating units just to name a few. 

4. Property space

On top of knowing how much you can financially afford for your pool, you will also need to know much you can physically afford for one as well with the amount of space you have on your property. Depending on your property size, you may be limited in what size pool you can have built and which amenities you can add with it. Make sure to measure your property space and account for anything nearby that can obstruct your pool experience such as overhanging trees and wildlife.

Contact us today for a free in-home estimate if you need professional and affordable pool construction services for your property.

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