Indoor Pool Cost Guide

Indoor Pool Cost Guide

Indoor Pool Cost Guide

How Much Does an Indoor Pool Cost?

From Pool Pricer

Indoor pools are a subset of the inground swimming pool market that is even more exclusive.  In climates that experience harsh winters, the indoor swimming pool extends the swimming season indefinitely.  For those fortunate enough to have the means, the cost of such a project is still always a consideration when contemplating a project of this magnitude.  This post from Pool Pricer gives a great guideline as to the costs of materials, installation, ventilations systems, and ongoing maintenenance.  

Here is an excerpt from the post:

For many homeowners, the biggest obstacle to getting a swimming pool is the nagging feeling that they just won’t get enough use out of it. No matter how big your budget is, you can’t change the seasons or guarantee that Mother Nature will cooperate on any given day. The only way to be sure that you’ll be able to swim year round, rain or shine, is to build your pool indoors.

If this is your plan, be prepared to pay up. Indoor swimming pools cost a lot more than their outdoor counterparts, perhaps double or more the price. As the old saying goes, if you have to ask how much they cost – you probably can’t afford one. Here are some of the things that go into the (high) cost of indoor pools.

Materials and Installation

How Much Does an Indoor Pool Cost?
OCTOBER 20, 2016 BY MAT JOBE

For many homeowners, the biggest obstacle to getting a swimming pool is the nagging feeling that they just won’t get enough use out of it. No matter how big your budget is, you can’t change the seasons or guarantee that Mother Nature will cooperate on any given day. The only way to be sure that you’ll be able to swim year round, rain or shine, is to build your pool indoors.

If this is your plan, be prepared to pay up. Indoor swimming pools cost a lot more than their outdoor counterparts, perhaps double or more the price. As the old saying goes, if you have to ask how much they cost – you probably can’t afford one. Here are some of the things that go into the (high) cost of indoor pools.

Materials and Installation

Not many people have the space in their home to accommodate even a small pool like this.
First and most obvious are the “normal” costs of building a swimming pool. You can generally use the same sorts of pool liners and other materials for an indoor pool that you can use for an outdoor pool. If anything, you might have more options for indoor pool construction because components such as decking don’t have to be strong enough to withstand an outdoor environment.
Another potentially significant difference is that you don’t have to install a pool fence or other safety equipment that may be required by local building codes. Of course, what the building code giveth, it can also taketh away. Depending on where you live, alternate regulations may apply when installing a swimming pool indoors.

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