If you’re currently weighing the pros and cons of installing a pool at your Denver, CO home, you’ve come to the right place. Our company has more than 20 years of experience in helping local homeowners with all of their swimming pool design, installation and maintenance needs.
For this blog, we wanted to address some of the things you’ll want to consider before you commit to having the work done.
What’s your budget?
You’ll want to ask yourself what your needs are, and how much money you want to allocate toward the pool. If you’re looking for something simple without any frills, you’ll want to relay that to the contractor. On the other hand, if you want a waterfall and a water slide, you’ll want to have the swimming pool design team help you understand what your options are. If you start this process off with a budget number in mind, that will help you determine what features you can afford, and which ones you’ll want to pass on.
Above ground or in-ground?
If you’re leaning toward an above ground pool, you should be able to install that on your own. If you’re leaning toward an in-ground pool, this is most certainly not something you should attempt to do on your own. When you call Wetworks Pool and Spa we’ll be happy to schedule a time for one of our design consultants to come to your home. We can help you understand the differences between concrete and fiberglass pool options and we’ll take as much time as needed to answer any and all questions you might have. It’s our goal to help you choose the best pool for you and your family.
Pick your shape
Are you wanting a pool you can swim laps in? If so, a kidney-shaped pool probably isn’t for you. At Wetworks Pool and Spa we have experience in designing and installing pools of all shapes and sizes. If you can imagine it, we can help you build it.
Chlorine or saltwater?
Lastly, you’ll want to choose which type of pool you want. There are a number of pros and cons associated with chlorine pools, and there are also a number of pros and cons that are associated with the installation of a saltwater pool. We’ll be more than happy to help explain everything, so you can make the best possible choice for you and your family.
Swimming pool experts in Northern Colorado
Yes, 2019 may still be several months away, but it’s never too soon to start planning for your new pool. Although some people choose to put this off until the spring, we find that clients who start the planning early can also have their pools installed before the warm weather hits.
For more information on the swimming pool design and installation process, or if you have questions about how long a pool install will take, call Wetworks Pool and Spa today at 720-401-0004 to speak with a customer service specialist in Denver, CO.