How Much Does An Inground Pool Cost?
If you’re thinking about buying a pool, but want more information on pricing, you’ve come to the right place. Here we will do our best to break down how much a pool costs. Remember, we have plenty of partnerships with financing companies to help you out!
It’s A Lot Like Buying A Truck
When you go out to buy a truck you have a few different options. You can get a standard, single cab, 200 horsepower, 2-wheel drive for about $25K. But if you want a powerful truck that can really get the job done you will probably pay more like $55-$75K because you’re adding on things like 4-wheel drive, leather seats, 450 horsepower, etc. It’s the same thing with buying a pool.
Pool vs. Pool & Spa
You can either build a pool only, or a pool and spa. A pool only is cheaper, but what’s a pool without a hot tub?
Investing in outdoor kitchens, lighting, grills, patios, and more are all available to consider for your project
The better idea you have on your budget, the better we can help you make the most of your project
Pool Only: $50,000 +
If you are just looking to build a pool, the cost starts at $50,000. When we say, “just build a pool” we mean we will design, build, and install your inground pool.
Most customers get more than just the pool because they want a separate, smaller body of water to for relaxing.
Pool & Spa: $65,000 +
Our Pool and Spa package starts at $60,000. Adding a spa (or hot tub as some like to say) means you now have 2 separate bodies of water. One for swimming, and one for being super easy to heat up and relax in.
The other items you can add on, water features, outdoor living, and automation are listed out below.
Below are some of the options available to make your pool better and your backyard your favorite place
Outdoor Living $7-$20K +
Whether you just want outdoor living, or you want to add it on with your pool construction, the price range is the same.
There are a few things you may not realize that may affect the cost of building a pool
We’ve designed and built pools of all shapes and sizes. The bigger ones cost more than the smaller ones.
Every job has a set amount of time for the dig; if we hit rock, it can make the dig take longer and cost more
If there isn’t enough space for the proper machinery, construction can take longer than normal
Ideally your yard’s ground would be perfectly level. If there is slope or rise, we have to make it level for the pool.
The location of your utilities can affect pool costs by causing things like gas line, electric, or septic re-routes
If you have concrete pathways, decks, or other landscape obstructions it can affect construction costs
Are You Ready To Build A Pool?
If you think you’re ready to buy a pool, or you’d like more information, fill out the contact form below or call us at (972) 423-7178