If you have decided that you want to build a pool in your home or garden, you will probably find yourself somewhat overwhelmed with choices, designs, shapes, type of installations and planning concerns. professional pool designers can help you find the right type of pool for your property and lifestyle, plus they can usually undertake the installation of the pool and liaise with the local planning department to ensure the entire job is completed on schedule with the minimum of fuss.
Now come face to face with the toughest part of the pool building process. That is, how do you go about sorting out all those pool builders and picking the right one? Here are some tips to help you get organized, and that I hope will assist you in becoming a happy pool owner in the near future.
A heated and air conditioned indoor pool including the outbuilding would cost between £40,000 and £50,000 on average, whereas a heated, submerged, built in pools built using concrete with a liner or tiled would cost on average between £30,000 and £35,000. For an exact price, please click the "post your job" button on this page to have local builders and swimming pool specialists get in touch with you to provide advice and written quotations free of charge and with no obligation.
You could start by asking friends and family for referrals in applicable, finding some swimming pool companies online and review their Web sites to request information and check their brochures for the styles and designs that appeal to you, or simply use the free quote service on this site by clicking on the "post your job" button. Then pick out a few pool builders and contact them for an appointment to find out more about the services they offer, get advice and their recommendations, then ask for a written quote.
At the same time ask the company for a list of customer references, contact those previous customers, and find out how they felt about the entire process, including after sale service. Don't sign any proposals or contracts until you are sure about the company and the deal, avoid those companies which aim to pressure you into signing up there and then for some sort of "discount". Beware of any swimming pool contractor who requires a substantial down payment, or who wants large payments paid before much work has been done.