WHAT TO CONSIDER BEFORE BUILDING A POOL
Updated: Jun 14, 2020
There are many reasons for wanting a pool: personal or family recreation, exercise, physical therapy, entertainment, etc. Defining the "why” beforehand will help you choose the best location for your pool and decide on the style that meets your needs. HOW’S THE WEATHER? Depending on where you live, the weather can determine certain pool building decisions. People in colder regions should consider enclosures to prolong the pool season. In milder climates, swimming pool covers can slow evaporation, deter leaves and debris, or protect the pool when not in use.
HOW CAN A POOL FIT IN YOUR YARD? In addition to your yard's size, consider the slope, soil type and accessibility for construction equipment. Pools are easier to build or install when a yard is leveled. A pool contractor like Swimwell will be able to tell you which shape would best suit your needs and whether or not it would actually be possible to construct a pool in your desired location.
WHAT TYPE OF POOL IS BEST? There are many ways to build a swimming pool. Some are made of concrete, others are made of fiberglass, and still, others are vinyl Liner or Membrane Pools. Renolit Alkorplan is the world's leader in Swimming Pool Construction and makes 70% of all the Pools in the world (Swimwell FRP Pools Pvt Ltd is the only Channel Partner of Renolit in India). However, that’s just the first step. Also consider cleaning systems, filtering systems, artistic finishing touches like pool rails and ladders. Learning “pool language” will give you more confidence in the decision-making process when you talk to a builder.
WHAT’S YOUR BUDGET? You probably already know what you’re willing to spend on a new swimming pool. We can give you a better idea of what your project will cost. You may have to adjust your plans, or you may actually have the resources to make your initial concept a reality. Either way, we should know what your budget is from the start.
WHAT ARE THE FINISHING TOUCHES? Things like coping, decking, and borders can make a bold statement, helping your pool stand out. The materials used for each varies—stone, concrete, ceramic and glass tile—and each has its own merits. Discuss with your designer which options are right for you.
WHEN DOES THE FUN START? As your pool nears completion, gather all those goodies that make pool ownership fun: toys, floats, swimsuits, patio furniture, you name it. Then throw a party to celebrate your new swimming pool in style.
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