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You may be debating whether or not to get a pool installed. One of the decision points is whether you want an above ground or inground pool. We’ve put together the perks commonly associated with each one to help you decide before you take the plunge into pool ownership.
Why People Choose An Above Ground Pools
Above ground pools can be delivered and installed quickly, meaning you can enjoy them a few hours afterward. They are also budget-friendly. Compared to an inground pool, an above ground one is more affordable. This is mainly because it can take an entire team to install your inground pool.
It’s also easier to dismantle an above ground pool and reuse the land for other purposes when the kids grow up or go off to college.
Why People Choose Inground Pools
An inground pool can make a great addition to your property for a number of reasons. First of all, it adds to your property value. This can make a real difference if you’re planning to sell your home in the future.
The sleek look of an inground pool makes it an attractive backyard feature. Since you design the pool with your contractor you can choose special features and sizing appropriate your property. Be sure to consider the various options for lighting, step design and tiles that will stand the test of time.
Another benefit of an inground pool is that it’s easier to get in and out of thanks to the stairs.
Decks And Patios
If you are considering a patio or deck, this is another factor in deciding whether to install an above ground or inground pool. For example, if your property slopes and you want to walk out the back door into the pool, an above ground option may be best for you. However, if you want to design a luxurious patio area with a kidney or other specialty shape, then an inground pool is clearly the best option.
As always, if you have questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at Arizona Mirage Pool Service and Repair!