Choosing Your Phoenix Pool

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There’s probably nothing better than taking a dip in your backyard pool. And then of course, there’s the poolside parties and barbeques — always a favorite for family and guests. If you are considering either installing a new pool or upgrading an existing one, it may be a daunting decision. There are so many questions, possibilities and options. Here’s a quick guide that can help you choose that new feature.

Find a Reputable Phoenix Pool Builder

The best pools in Phoenix have been built by trustworthy and experienced professional pool builders. Do your homework. Get references and ask questions to find the best company for you.

Research the Different Types of Pools

Phoenix pools are an investment, so you want to make sure you buy the one that is right for you. Make sure you do your research on the different types of pool. For instance, some pools are concrete, while others are fiberglass or even vinyl. You’ll also need to establish the type of coping you want, along with artistic finishes, filtering and cleaning systems, and so on. This is the perfect time to consult with your professional from one of the many pool companies in Phoenix.

Establish a Realistic Budget

You may already know how much you can spend on your new Phoenix pool; however, you should speak with your builder to get more information and a complete sense of how much the project will cost. Your builder should listen to your ideas and plans, and then provide an estimate. It is possible that you may have to adjust the plans, or you may even find you can have a larger or fancier pool than you expected.

Choose Your Pool Shape

Choosing the right shape is essential to the overall look you are trying to achieve and what activities can be done in the pool. Rectangular pools are timeless and classic and are great for swimming laps. Kidney or free-from shapes can accentual surround landscaping.

Don’t Skimp on Features

As was stated previously, it is important to stay within your budget, however, don’t just “settle” if you can avoid it. If you truly want that waterfall or slide, try to make it happen. If it breaks the budget, consult your builder to see if you can find savings elsewhere. You want to have the best pool possible.

The professionals at New Image Landscape and Pools can help you design and build your dream pool. Just give us a call today to get started!