#2. Types of Pool
Commonly, they are called swimming pools, but in reality, they have different types and purposes. To help identify which pool suits you and your family, here are the two main types of residential pool that you can choose from:
#2.1: Outdoor Pools
An outdoor has its pros and cons, not only to the costs but also to maintain. Many people prefer an outdoor pool because it has more options for pool designs. Plus, it can serve as an astounding backdrop for your front or backyard.
#2.2: Indoor Pools
#3. Saltwater vs. Chlorine
#4. Pump and Filter
The water pump and filtration system are essential parts of a swimming pool. Together, they will keep the pool free from debris, algae, and other microorganisms. High-quality pumps and filters may cost more today but can save you from troubles and additional costs in the future.
Like a brand new car, a pool installed by experts will not require immediate maintenance on pool liners replacement and resurfacing as they can last a minimum of 5 years. However, all swimming pool, regardless of their shapes, depths, and types, they require regular cleaning. Meaning, it will be a continuous expense for chemical solutions, filters, and such. As mentioned above, indoor pools are less likely to get dirty as they are not as exposed as those that are outside.
#7. Other Cost
The cost of building a swimming pool seems to be endless. Partially true because the maintenance should never stop. As you may notice, this guide is pretty long, and it just gives an idea of how much it will cost. It only indicates that building a pool is not just about setting up a tub above the ground or digging a hole and paving it. It has to undergo intensive planning for construction and budgeting to make sure your effort and money will not go down the drain.