The decisions you need to make when you’re having a new swimming pool constructed are daunting! One of the questions you will ask yourself and a Fort Worth, Texas swimming pool contractor is should you have a concrete swimming pool constructed?
Pool construction material is a personal choice. Some people love vinyl, others concrete and still others swear by their fiberglass pools. The choice of a construction material is one you will make with your pool contractor based on the pros and cons or you may already know what building material you want and the decision is made before you talk with your pool contractor.
The swimming pool contractors from Seahorse Pools & Spas understand the importance of choosing a construction material that will surprise and delight you and your family for years to come and they will offer insight and information to help you make an informed choice.
Should you have a concrete swimming pool constructed?
Here are some of the items to consider if you’re trying to decide if concrete aka gunite is the best option for you.
- Concrete pools will increase the home’s resale value. If you may eventually sell your home, a well-built concrete swimming pool is an investment you may reap a return on your investment from at the time of a sale.
- They are the longest-lasting of the pool construction materials. They are low maintenance (but because the surfaces are not smooth, you may run into algae issues if you skimp on or miss pool service tasks).
- Inground concrete swimming pools truly enhance the ambiance of your backyard and complement the style of your home. Adding a hot tub or spa, a deck and an outdoor living space or pool house, as well as water features like a fountain or rock waterfall only, add to the beauty.
- If you want a pool that will be with you and your family for decades — then concrete is your best choice. Concrete may need to be acid washed and eventually resurfaced, but it will not spring a leak and it is durable as well as beautiful.
- The design and shape options of a concrete swimming pool are only limited by your imagination, budget and your yard size. Concrete gives you design flexibility to work with your existing landscape, to skirt other landscaping items and add a unique shape appeal to your project to make it uniquely your own.
Before you many any final decisions you will want to gather information on the advantages, disadvantages, challenges and joys of all the construction materials. Once you have your questions answered, then you can get on your pool contractor’s schedule and get that pool ready for the 2020 pool season.