your swimming pool need to be updated or renovated? If you’re not sure or if you’re new to pool ownership, talk with your swimming pool contractor from Tipton Pools and talk about budgeting for swimming pool repairs. We can inspect your pool and its components and let you know an estimate on how long the pool equipment will last, what it will cost to repair or replace. Once you’re armed with that information you can begin budgeting for the project.
Budgeting for swimming pool repairs
When you own a swimming pool you will find out that it is expensive — from upkeep and maintenance to repairs to increased utility bills a pool is not cheap. Consider the price of a swimming pool construction can cost you upwards of $30,000, you will definitely want to keep up with maintenance to protect this investment.
What do pool repairs cost? Is there an average amount? No, not really. The cost of repairs vary based on the equipment, its age, what type of repair or replacement you want to effect and many other factors unique to your pool.
Owning a pool may force you to start budgeting for its ongoing upkeep and maintenance as well as for the increases in your utility bills. Setting up a bank account specifically for money for your pool repairs whether they are emergencies or planned repairs.
Here are some pieces of pool equipment that will eventually need repair or replacement
- The pump
- The filter
- Replastering the pool
- The liner
- The pool motor
- The heater
- Deck repair or replacement
The most common repair the swimming pool contractors from Tipton Pools see is pool pump motor replacement. The pump motor typically lasts about six years and can cost about $500 to replace. Don’t forget to budget for the cost for your pool contractor to replace it.
When you find a pool contractor you like and trust and who is familiar with your pool and its inner workings you can rest assured he will let you know when your equipment is in need of repair or replacement.