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The cost of fiberglass pools depends on the size of the pool. Due to price variation for quarry materials and excavation material disposal, it depends on the package and project location. In today's market, the simple calculation is $1,700 to $2,300 per linear foot. If the desired pool is 40' long, you will be looking at about $65,000 to $95,000 standard turnkey. 30' long pool could cost about $50,000 to $70,000 for standard turnkey. Also, production location plays one of the critical roles due to the high freight cost.
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Concrete vs. liner vs fiberglass pools
Vinyl liners are entry-level pools and require more intensive maintenance and protection, not kids or pets-friendly due to liner vulnerability. The liner will need to be occasionally changed. In addition, the cost of water chemicals is higher.
Concrete or Gunite swimming pools are the most expensive to buy, have a rough surface, and require resurfacing after some time, which is very expensive. Construction time can range from 3-6 months. In addition, the cost of water chemicals is much higher.
Fiberglass swimming pools are maintenance-free with nonporous surfaces that never need to be resurfaced or changed. Construction time is much quicker. The cost of water chemicals is minimal.
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Standard construction time will vary depending on the pool type, size, added features, and project location. Also, some backyards are more accessible to dig than others.
Here is the list of steps required for pool construction:
- - Township permits
- - Standard excavation
- - Rebar, plumbing, and pre-electrical setup
- - Pool installation / construction
- - Electrical
- - Pool deck / bond-beam
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As an inground fiberglass pool supplier, SPN meets you halfway with pool financing options. If you’re strapped for cash, you may qualify for a favorable loan program with fixed rates. You may finance up to $500,000 for your poolscape project and the entire home improvement project and have your pool installed straight away.
There are several financing companies on the market, and they all get the job done. The difference between them is whether or not they offer 100% direct-to-consumer funding and no-stage funding. It means some companies don’t release funds to the homeowner but rather to constructors, and they do it based on the preset stages. For example, SPN offers 100% direct-to-consumer no-stage funding so the homeowner can completely control how they want to spend their money.
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According to the Architectural Digest, adding a swimming pool is a 100 percent sure way to increase a home’s value. Copings and tanning ledges or wet decks – wide, shallow in-pool shelves that let you cool off without venturing all the way into the water, they’re trendy in today’s market. Likewise, landscaping, hardscaping such as patios, walkways, or gazebos, and lighting are absolutely crucial in the house’s future value.
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Fiberglass pools warranty
Not every fiberglass pool is created equal! Most of our fiberglass pools are from the Eminence Pools brand and built by Latham Pools, the largest pool manufacturer in the world. Latham Pools offers the most comprehensive warranty that can be transferred to a new home buyer. It means if you sell your house, you can transfer the pool warranty to a new homeowner.
Fiberglass pools are the only pool type that can raise the value of your home due to the extensive pool warranty and its transferability.