How To Build Budget-Friendly Swimming Pools In Myrtle Beach

Myrtle Beach poolFor many homeowners, the possibility of owning swimming pools is very costly and out of their reach. From the cost of purchase to the installation and maintenance, there are lots of expenses to prepare for. And most often, you need to work with a trained and experienced professional to ensure proper installation and efficient maintenance of your Myrtle Beach pool.

Fortunately, there are easy ways for you to be able to build your own pool without spending a great deal of money. Aside from the fact that pool ownership is now more affordable than before, there are ways to help reduce the initial costs of purchase and installation. With the following tips, your dream of becoming a pool owner is within your reach.

1. Smaller sized swimming pools require less construction materials

Using less construction materials for your Myrtle Beach pool would reduce your installation expenses and costs of construction. Moreover, a smaller sized pool is easier and more affordable to maintain than larger pools. Do not worry about the purpose of the pool because everyone will be able to enjoy it regardless of its size. Whether you are building a pool for relaxation, play, exercise or recreation, there is a small scale pool for your every purpose. The best thing about having a smaller sized pool is that your maintenance costs will also be reduced. You do not need as many chemicals to balance your pool water and you do not have to more frequently shock or replace the pool water. A smaller size also makes for easier Myrtle Beach Pool Repair and renovation in the future.

2. Opt for smaller pool decks

For many homeowners, pool decks are an important part of Myrtle Beach pools. These along with landscaping and patio additions complete the pool area. On the other hand, if you have limited budget, opt for smaller pool decks instead. According to many pool professionals, adding to and expanding the pool deck area is easy. In regards to landscaping and patio additions, carefully choose and plan with your contractor those that you can add during the installation as well as those that you can add down the road.

3. Decide which features are more important

If you are looking to cut down the cost of building your pool, you will have to reduce the features that you will add to it. Remember that you can always have these features added later in time when you have the money. At the moment, what is more important is to build your pool.

You do not have to have all the features added to your pool upon construction. Decide which features are more important and include that in the construction. Discuss with the rest of the family what other features they want to add to the pool and have the pool construction company plumb and prepare for these features so that it will be easier to install them at a later date. Some of the features that you can consider adding a later time include waterfalls, slides and fountains.

4. Consider above ground swimming pools

Above ground pools are more affordable to install than in-ground pools. The primary reason for this is because there is no need for an excavation when you build an above ground pool. This, thus, reduces the construction costs. Other than this, an above ground pool is pretty much the same as an in-ground pool. There are lots of features that you can opt to add to an above ground pool without spending a lot of money.

Remember to work with a trained and licensed pool professional in the construction of your pool. Call Russell Cooper Pools now to learn more about their services and discuss the available swimming pools options for you and your family.

Russell Cooper Pools
101 Folly Rd.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29588
(843) 293-6757