The size and shape of your new in-ground pool are limited by several factors. While you may be dreaming of a large, uniquely shaped pool with a variety of water features, there usually are practical considerations that need to be addressed.
The first is the size of the space available for your pool. The design of your new pool needs to take into account room for mechanical, service areas, and physical space for people to actually walk around your pool. If you want to include a deck or sunbathing area, that’s going to take up even more space, reducing even further the room for the pool itself.
The cost of building your pool goes up with its size, its features, and its design. Standard-sized pools in traditional shapes are usually more cost-effective to build. But anytime you choose something unique or unusual, it’s probably going to drive up construction costs.
Another important consideration is how much it’s going to cost to run your pool. Generally, the bigger and more elaborate your design, the higher the operational costs. If you are building a pool for use in a commercial development such as a condo complex, a vacation rental property, or a public or private institution like a pool or health facility, those costs may be absorbed by the end users. But if the pool you are designing is for a private residence, those costs are going to be all yours.
So here’s the difference between Essig Pools and all the other pool construction contractors in South Florida. We will be upfront with you about the cost of building and maintaining your pool. We simply think you should have a clear understanding of what you are getting into.
But at Essig Pools, we also will work with you to keep your costs under control so you can get the pool you want within the budget you have set.