Posted on: 4 April 2022
If you live in an area where it's warm most of the year and your neighbors have pools in their backyards, then you've likely wondered if getting an in-ground fiberglass pool installed in your yard is beneficial to you. However, adding a pool to your property might not be ideal for you, and the installation from your pool contractor will be a better investment if you've considered the following and feel confident this is the direction you should go. Consider the following, then have your in-ground fiberglass pool installed professionally if you still want to move forward after doing so.
How often will you use your pool?
If you only want to install an in-ground fiberglass pool because you think you should or that it will add value to your property, you won't get as much value out of your investment than if you were to install the pool because you'd use it often. Does your family like to swim? Do you need a pool for medical reasons? Do you want to get in shape and use swimming as your outlet? Is a local pool or community center more convenient than getting a pool installed in your yard?
If you believe you will use your in-ground fiberglass pool regularly and will take care of it, then it can be a great investment. Have your pool contractor give you a quote for installation.
How much space do you have?
You have to not only install the in-ground fiberglass pool, you have to install a patio and shower area as well in order to get the most out of your investment. You have to make room for a fence and potentially a hot tub as well if you want to make a complete outdoor swimming experience on your property. If installing a pool and patio for the pool will take up a majority of your yard, you may want to reconsider the idea. However, if your yard is big enough for a pool and then some or you don't want your yard for other purposes, then an in-ground fiberglass pool can be your best investment.
How much time and money do you have?
Aside from the investment in installing your in-ground fiberglass pool, you have maintenance costs, home insurance costs, and the time to keep the pool clean and maintained. If these potential costs don't intimidate you — speak to a pool contractor from a place like Premier Pools & Spas for an idea of what time and costs are associated with a pool installation — then you can move forward with your pool ideas for your home.Share