Pool building is an exciting time. Your dreams of long, hot summer days coming to a relaxing end at your pool will soon come true. Your brand new saltwater pool will be the envy of the neighborhood–but there are a few things to consider. Here at Rhine Pools, we’ve uncovered three tips that we think most people forget when they think about pool building. Read on below to check out some ideas you may not have thought about.
Cost Versus Time
Let’s not beat around the bush: we all want to save money. Pool building is already a costly expense, but you’ll need to factor in long-term costs as well. Saltwater pools will save you money overall, so definitely opt for one of those. It’s important to remember that you’ll need to also pay for regular cleaning and maintenance as well though.
What’s Up With The Weather?
If you live in an area that’s notoriously rainy, you may want to invest in a pool house enclosure. Not only will a pool enclosure protect you from all that rain, it’ll also massively increase the amount of time you can use your pool. Don’t be stopped from enjoying the water by cold weather. Swim all you want!
Insurance and Pools
Your home insurance is probably the last thing on your mind when you’re trying to plan for pool building, but it can make a huge difference. Keep in mind that you, as a pool owner, will now be liable for whoever uses it. Home insurance generally covers the pool itself, so check with your home insurance policy to see where your pool is and isn’t covered.
Swimming Pools from Rhine Pools
If you have questions about pool ownership, Rhine Pools is here to help. We are an all-inclusive company, so you won’t need to worry about working with ten different project managers and faces over the course of your project. Spring is a great time to step up your outside aesthetic, our services include patios, decks, shade structures, fireplaces, outdoor kitchens, water features, plantings, lighting, and even more! Whatever you want as part of your pool and landscaping, Rhine Pools can handle the job! For more information and details on proper pool maintenance, give us a call at (410) 442-2445 or visit us online. For more pool design tips, follow us on social media at Houzz, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, and Google+.