Summer is almost over and the swimming season is winding down to a close as well. If you don't have a pool yet, then this is a good time to start planning for a pool for next season. Why? Read on to find out!
- You have more time to plan properly - building a swimming pool isn’t something that should be rushed. Taking your time to plan properly will save you hundreds, if not thousands of dollars in revision costs and other “unplanned” changes when pool building is rushed.
- You can get good discounts on pool equipment - Pool equipment usually goes down in price at the end of the season and many online pool shops (and physical pool shops) will have end-of-season sales where you can take advantage of the lower prices. Just store them somewhere safe and away from the elements or until it’s time to install them! And as an insider tip, pool equipment will usually start to go up in price around early Spring especially since the demand is going up once people start to open their pools for the season!
- You can plan your yard renovation at the same time - Since you’re already going to be digging up the yard, it’s you can also plan a landscaping project at the same time so that when spring rolls in, your bulbs and other plants will start to bloom, giving you the perfect backdrop for your backyard paradise!
- You can do more research - Planning early will allow you to read up on all of the available options for pool equipment like energy-efficient pool pumps, energy-efficient LED lighting, oversizing your pool filters, and other things not usually included in “basic” pool construction packages.