Your property renovation is important and your inground pool builders may have to deal with ground that isn’t level or clearing plants and trees from the area in order to build your pool. Think about the size and shape that you want your pool to be and where on your property that you want it to go.
A smaller pool may be good for a property that is limited, especially if you want to add other areas to entertain and enjoy your yard. Your pool doesn’t have to be Olympic sized for it to be inground or for you to be able to enjoy swimming it.
If the ground isn’t level on your property, you may not have to do anything to get your inground pool. Talk to the builders about where the pool could go and what size and shape would be best for your property.
If there is debris like plants and trees in the way of where you want your pool to go, find out if the builders will clear it or if you’ll have to find a way to get it cleared yourself before they can start building.
Don’t forget about spa options and pool equipment! The pumps, heater, and attached or detached hot tubs will also take up space. Our team can design a space where you won’t have to see them.