Planning A Pool? Consider These Crucial Things To Save Costs
A pool is a great feature to add to any property. With hot weather for much of the year, Queensland homeowners can make great use of their pool on a regular basis. Despite the fact you can pretty quickly get your return on investment back with frequent use, the initial costs of a pool can be steep.
Luckily, there are many ways in which you can save money during the planning and building stages of adding a pool to your property. Here at Frameless Shower Installations, we’ve rounded up some of the ways that you can save money when getting a pool installed in Queensland.
Some materials are more costly than others. For example, exotic tiling is a more expensive option than cheaper tile alternatives. Beyond extra aesthetic appeal, these tiles add nothing to the functionality of your pool. The same can be said for extravagant finishes; vinyl lined pools are regarded as being cheaper than concrete or fibreglass ones.
The pricing of materials regularly changes depending on the popularity of that material. For instance, concrete pools may be more expensive than fibreglass pools one year, but cheaper than them the next. If you have a particular material in mind, regularly track the prices associated with that material so you can catch installation at a cheap point.
It can be tempting to try and install your new pool yourself using DIY methods. However, this is inadvisable. You should always invest in the services of a professional pool installation company. If you do have a particular budget and you need to cut costs, try approaching the company for a special deal.
They may also have particular payment plans that you can use to spread the cost of pool installation over several months. Before you commit to a particular installation company, remember to compare the costs of other companies to make sure you’re getting the best deal for your budget.
Pool fencing is a legal requirement in Queensland, so this is something you shouldn’t skimp out on. If you do want to save money with pool fencing, there are some factors to keep in mind. For one, the positioning of the pool and its overall size will both affect the costs of fencing installation. The larger the pool, the more expensive the fencing.
If you want a pool but don’t care much for the size, consider having a modestly sized pool. This will save you money and is also easier to maintain and clean throughout the year. You can also opt for cheaper fencing material, though glass is most commonly preferred for both its practicality and aesthetics.
What shouldn’t you skimp on?
There are some areas of a pool’s construction that you shouldn’t skimp on. For example, always hire a reliable construction company to install your pool; never attempt to do it yourself as this could be a more costly decision in the event that you do something wrong.
Something else that you shouldn’t skimp on when building a pool is the functional features that keep the pool clean. This includes piping and any filters. Choosing to maintain the pool yourself is also cheaper than hiring a pool cleaner; this is something to take into consideration during the planning stages too.
Choose Frameless Shower Installations
If you’re considering building a pool on your Queensland property and need professional pool fencing installation, look no further than Frameless Shower Installations. We offer quality pool fencing solutions, including attractive glass fencing to elevate any pool. Get in touch today for more information or call 07 5479 003 to get a quote from a member of our friendly team.