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Building A Pool: How Long Does It Take?

Are you thinking about building a pool in your backyard? If so, you might be wondering how long it takes. You want to use your pool when the weather warms up during the summer, so how can you put yourself on an appropriate timeline? 

The Design Phase
First, you need to think about what type of pool you would like to install in your backyard. You will need to work with a professional designer who can go through a few options with you. Today, you can take advantage of advanced software programs that can make the process easier, but you should still expect to spend between one and four weeks designing the pool that will eventually be installed on your property.

The Permitting Process
Once you have a design in place, you will need to have a residential building permit before you can install a pool. If you work with a professional company, they should be able to handle this process for you, but it will take a while for your permits to get approved. Depending on where you are located, you should expect the permitting process to take between two and six weeks. 

The Installation Process
Once you have your permits in place, the installation process will begin. It will probably take approximately one week to excavate the property, then it will take another week to install all of the steel, plumbing, and electrical equipment.

The plastering, fiberglass, deck, landscaping, and custom features are all going to take a month or two to finish. Then, you will have an opportunity to review your work before the process is finalized. 

Expect Two To Three Months To Install A Pool
Clearly, there are a lot of factors that are involved in installing a pool, but you should expect the entire process to take between two and three months. Most people want to have the pool finished before the weather warms up outside, so if you want to make sure that your pool is ready to go during the summer, you need to reach out to an expert team as early as possible. 

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