Buying a new house? Get a pool! Is this too much of a change all at once? Many new home buyers are looking for a house with a pool, but if you find the house of your dreams and it is sans pool — you may want to have the pool constructed as you’re moving into the new house. Why not!

Whether you’re having a new home built or buying an existing property, you can certainly have a new swimming pool constructed along with the home build or purchase. Swimming pool contractors in Knoxville, Tennessee say that an in ground swimming pool could very well add to the value and resale value of your new home.

Buying a new house? Get a pool

Whether you believe a pool is a luxury or a necessity (like if you live in a desert area of the country) a swimming pool, for many families is a dream come true. In fact, the National Association of Realtors has found an in-ground swimming pool can increase property value by as much as 15%. The resale value may not be a factor, but if it is you don’t want to forget how much work they involve.

Swimming pools are also a safety responsibility and you also need to factor in the cost of additional electricity into the budgeting process.

If you’re going to have a pool constructed, here are a few things to consider:

  • Concrete pools offer the most flexibility of design. It is the most expensive building material, but is most adaptable and longest lasting.
  • Vinyl liner pools are the least expensive of the building materials but are durable. It is the second longest construction time. Vinyl liner pools are a very popular option.
  • Fiberglass pools are delivered to your home in one piece, set into an excavated area in the backyard and are almost immediately ready to use. Fiberglass pools are the mid-ground of pool price, but they make up for it in how easy they are to keep clean. Fiberglass is not prone to algae growth and use fewer chemicals than other pools.

If you’re determined to have a pool in your new home, give us a call and let’s talk about your options and plan your dream pool project.