how much does an in ground pool cost Tag

UNDERGROUND VS ABOVEGROUND POOLS: COSTS AND COMPARISONS

From River Pools and Spas

Truth be told, this is not even a fair comparision, as the above ground pool is so different from the concrete inground pool that they are not even in the same ballpark.  The inground vinyl liner pool is a closer cousin to the above ground pool, but even the vinyl liner has so many key differences than an above ground pool that it really is a stretch to compare them. Nevertheless, this post from River Pools and Spas does do a great job in presenting the key differences between these vastly different products, and sheds some light on the entire subject admirably.

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What Do Inground Pool Costs? – How to Determine the Price of your Pool

From Premier Pools & Spas

The old addage that originated with the upper class snobbery of the gilded age goes something like this: "If you have to ask the price, you can't afford it".  Well folks, this just isn't true in today's modern age.  The proliferation of available information everywhere makes this sentiment completely obsolete.  Whats interesting, however, is that the cost of a swimming pool project still perplexes even the most connected modern consumer.  This post from Premier Pools & Spas talks about the factors that determine the costs, and thereby eliminating the need to ask this sometimes embarrassing question.

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How Much Does it Cost to Install an Inground Pool?

From Home Advisor

Now that Summer is here, many people's minds turn to installing an inground swimming pool.  If you have waited until Memorial Day to think about a custom inground swimming pool, you are probably looking at swimming next year.  This post from Home Advisor explains the factors that drive costs when installing an inground swimming pool. These factors include construction type, size, features, location, etc.

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How Much Does a Pool Cost? 93 Real World Examples

From INYO pools

We have posted numerous articles that talk about costs of inground pools.  Usually the post will focus on types of construction, and use general terms that often lead a researcher confused and no closer to being able to budget than before.  This post from INYO pools is unique in this respect, and extremely helpful:  Pictures of finished pool projects are labeled with a price tag.  

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The Top 6 Hidden Costs of a Swimming Pool Project

From River Pools

Unfortunately, nefarious business practices are present in every industry, everywhere.  Sometimes these practices involved not outright lying, but leaving out important details in order to make a sale, and then springing these details on the unsuspecting homeowner at a time when the homeowner has no recourse.  The issue of hidden costs is a frequent place where this technique is utilized but unscrupulous businesses, and this post from River Pools discusses the most common causes for actual hidden costs in any swimming pool project.  Hopefully this post will help arm and educate the consumer to ask the hard questions of their prospective contractor and eliminate most or all of the surprises.

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How much does it cost to build a swimming pool?

From Fixr

Budgeting for a new swimming pool can be an extremely frustrating experience.  There are so many variables that can affect the price of a swimming pool project, and there is scarce information available with which to formulate a solid budget that adjusts for geography, site conditions, material choices and market area.  Fortunately, this post from Fixr gives a great starting point.

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How Much Does an Inground Pool Cost? Let’s Break it Down

From Pool Pricer

How much an inground swimming pool will cost is the least understood aspect of home ownership.  Updating or renovating one's backyard to an outdoor living space with a pool is usually the second largest expenditure in one's life, and yet probably the one for which the homeowner is least prepared.  This post from Pool Pricer gives a great preliminary analysis of expected costs for this type of project.

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