Above Ground Pool
Hot and humid weather can make even the easiest dispositions cranky and crabby. Why have a house full of people who can’t get along? An Above Ground Pool will have everyone getting along swimmingly!
Is it permanent?
Before deciding on the size, depth, shape or cost of a pool, you should first think about whether you are planning to stay in your home for a while. A large concern these days is the possibility of foreclosure, layoff or a job transfer. Although an Above Ground Pool is not meant to be moved, it can be. They can be taken apart carefully, boxed up and moved. The average life expectancy is 10-15 years on these pool types.
When deciding to add a pool to your property, you should consider what you like. There are so many different styles. How do you plan to use your new pool? Is it for your children to splash around and cool off in? Do you plan on entertaining guests? Time to do some research to discover what you like!
- Go online and search pool images
- Look at 500 images
- Print out five that you like and take them shopping with you
Choosing to install an Above Ground Pool is less costly than the in ground versions. You can purchase a soft-sided Above Ground Pool from a big box store for $200 to $800, but the quality of them will not withstand time. By purchasing one from Blockco, you can get similar dimensions with aluminum or steel sidings for approximately $2,000 to $7,000. It will all depend on the quality, pattern of the lining and things of that nature. Also, an Above Ground Pool does not require any added landscaping like brickwork, adding a deck, or adding a walkway. You just pay the price of the pool, put it up, and you are on your way to lazy poolside days!