Imperial Pools contractors explain how to save money on your pool project. They also say that this is the best time of the year to begin talking with a potential swimming pool contractor about having your 2018 pool project started. Autumn may not seem the ideal time to think about a pool project, but depending on the area of the country in which you live, you may be able to get your project started, and completed now, and that means that once summer rolls around you will be ready to swim — not having to stand around waiting for the project to wrap up so you can jump in.
If you have the budget for a pool project in mind, give us a call today and let’s talk about the project and what type of pool you can get with the money you have set aside for it. Talk to us to see if we can find a way to help your family get the pool of your dreams, no matter what budget you have. Talk with your pool contractor from Imperial Pools to look at creative ways to get the pool you want.
How to save money on your pool project
- How big of a pool do you really need? If you just don’t have the budget for a massive swimming pool. scale it back to fit your budget. A bigger doesn’t always mean it’s a better pool. Invest in a pool that meets both your needs and your budget.
- Location matters when looking at a pool project. Locate the pool where it receives sunlight during the day to save on pool heating costs. Locating the pool close to the house means you can save money on running plumbing and electricity.
- What kind of features do you want in your pool? Do you want a fountain? A diving board? Sun shelves? Rock waterfall? A spa or hot tub? Even if you don’t have the budget for all the accessories you want in your swimming pool right now, let us know and we can plan it into the drawings and you can add items in at a later date. Don’t forget to plan for a pool deck and your outdoor living space. You will spend as much time around the pool as you do in the water — maybe even more — so you will want a space where you can relax and enjoy time with friends.
Having a budget in mind for your project also means you will budget for the construction, increases in your utility bills and pool upkeep and maintenance costs. Let us know during our first meeting, what your budget is, what you want for your pool and what concessions you’re willing to make in order to have your dream pool project realized.