In Ground Pool Cost
22 Nov In Ground Pool Cost
How Much Does an Inground Pool Cost? Let’s Break it Down
From Pool Pricer
The Inground pool can be considered the ultimate luxury item. It is desired by many, and posessed by relatively few. For those that make the decision to acquire one, the cost is always a consideration. This post from Pool Pricer discusses the average costs for inground pools, and also outlines the factors that can drive the cost such as features, materials, geographic region, etc.
Here is an excerpt from the post:
Asking how much does an inground pool cost? is a lot like asking how much does a house cost? There’s no simple answer. Inground pool prices are dependent on so many factors that the only meaningful way to find out the true cost is to get a quote from a contractor – or better yet, many quotes from many contractors.
But before you call in a contractor, it helps to do some homework ahead of time. First, to get a very rough ballpark estimate of what an inground pool costs, so that you know whether you can afford even the most basic pool. And second, to get an idea of the sort of things a contractor is going to talk about that determine the price of the inground pool, so that you can be prepared to tell him or her what you want. That’s the humble goal of this site – to give you the basic facts you need to begin the process of getting an inground pool.
For an Average Pool, Expect to Pay $25,000-50,000
Understanding that this is a very rough figure, you can expect to pay $25,000-50,000 for an inground pool. Of course, that’s assuming a pool of average size, in an average city with the average cost of living, average extras, and average materials.
Of course, you probably aren’t average.
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