Many homeowners are preparing for spring – and dreaming of warmer weather that brings long days, plenty of sunshine and outdoor activities with family and friends.
It’s the time of year when homeowners start to think about how great it would be to have a pool to dip into to cool down in the heat of the summer. The good news is that a good time to contract a swimming pool is anytime. It’s really a matter of when you’re ready – when you’ve made the decision that a pool would be a great addition to your home and would be ideal for your family.
Here is some information on the four seasons of pool buying to help guide your decision:
Talking to a pool contractor in early spring will give you a jump start on the busy season. Spring is the time when many new pool products hit the shelves including the latest in liner designs and potential discounts on products. Spring weather can be unpredictable, though, and nasty weather may put a dent in construction plans especially if it’s rainy and muddy.
This is a busy time for pool contractors who also often open and close pools as well. Starting a pool build later in the season could mean your landscaping and lawn will take longer to recover. Depending on how early in the Summer you choose to build your pool, it may be complete in time for you to enjoy it during the hottest months of the year. Additionally, you’re less likely to encounter weather-related disruptions.
If you’re not in a rush for your pool to be complete, Fall might suit you well. The busy season for pool builders has come to an end and contractors will more than likely be free to take on new projects. When pool construction begins in the fall, there is less pressure on you and your pool construction company. You’ll have plenty of time in the fall, too, to complete the decking and landscaping so that when it’s time for you to have your first dip, everything will be ready.
Even if the snow is blowing and it’s freezing outside, you can still start your pool project with the proper planning. Talk to the experts at Solda Pools and begin working with our team of experts to design your perfect swimming pool so when the weather warms up, your pool project can begin.