Have you had enough of the triple digit temperatures in Arizona that keep you indoors more months of the year than you can enjoy the outdoors? If that’s the case and if you’ve been yearning for a swimming pool we have tips for designing your Arizona swimming pool. Take this list to your swimming pool contractor as it’s a great jumping off point for the construction.
SwimRight Pool Service & Repair can be your go-to for pool service once the pool construction has been complete. You can give us a call and we can talk with your pool construction pro and give you insight into the cost of ongoing upkeep and maintenance one the project is done.
A custom designed swimming pool or an easy to have installed fiberglass pool will help you and your family reclaim your outdoor life in the heat of an Arizona summer. This is especially true in these times of coronavirus when you can’t even pack up the family and head safely to a commercial swimming pool.
Your own pool can turn your desert based backyard into an oasis of relaxation and a hot spot for a staycation.
Tips for designing your Arizona swimming pool
- Interview at least three swimming pool contractors to ensure you’re getting the best price for your money and that you’re getting the highest value and quality equipment.
- Know that an inground pool will cost you more, but will potentially increase the value of your home.
- Decide whether you want a concrete pool, vinyl liner or a fiberglass pool They each have their advantages and disadvantages and you need to understand what they are in order to make an informed decision.
- Where will the pool go? Ask for a bird’s eye view of your yard with the pool in place so you can see what it looks like and how it fits into the footprint of the yard.
- Will you need to landscape in order to have the pool, or part of the pool and deck covered so you can enjoy the pool in the heat of the sun and summer?
Don’t wait until the pool project is complete before you give us a call to come and give you an estimate on what pool service and ongoing maintenance will cost once the pool is complete. Pool maintenance is a DIY for some people, but do you want to take on that responsibility with this beautiful and expensive addition to your property? You may also find it’s less expensive ot hire a pro than to DIY the maintenance yourself.