The first thing to consider is your budget. Realize that when installing an inground pool, the total cost in normally about twice the cost of the actual pool you are installing. Things like fencing, water test kits, lighting, and additional outlets are common expenses that pool owners fail to consider when budgeting for their pool installation. You need to also consider the cost of digging itself. There are some cases where there is rock found underneath the ground where you want to dig which can be costly to remove. You will also have to decide on what type of pool you wish to have and what type of filtration you want to install along with it. The three types of pools are as follows:
Out of the three, concrete is the most popular because it can be customized to fit the shape and size you want. It is also thought to be the best when it comes to durability and strength. Vinyl pools come with a number of different colored and patterned liners that help you match your pool with your personal taste and design. Fiberglass pools can only be installed via crane, but have a gel coating as a finish, which prevents algae build up so you use less chemicals.
The three filter systems available are:
- Sand Filters
- Cartridge Filers
- Diatomaceous Earth
All filters work great when maintained correctly and often, so talk to a representative from Sunrise to help you decide which is best for your lifestyle. One of our professionals will also aid in deciding where the pool should be installed in your yard and the best design to fit your lifestyle. We know that a pool is more than an addition, but a reflection of yourself and your home. If you are curious at the different custom pools we have installed, check out our gallery. To get started with installing your new inground pool, call Sunrise Premiere Pool Builders at (410)-349-3852. We also have an online contact form available; we will contact you with the information you request.
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