Preparing to Install an In-Ground Pool in Your Backyard
August 4, 2015
For years, you’ve wanted your very own swimming pool. Now, at long last, you’re going to get it. Having finally set aside enough money, you’re determined to have your pool built while summer is still in full swing. However, before construction can begin, there are a number of tasks you’ll need to attend to.
To determine what type of pool is best-suited to your yard, you’ll need to schedule a design consultant to come survey the property. Based on her observations, this person will be able to recommend a pool that flawlessly complements your backyard, as well as the rest of your property.
Before beginning construction on your pool, you’ll need to confirm that your property is zoned for such a project. The exact mechanics of this task vary from place to place, but if your property isn’t already zoned for a swimming pool, you’ll need to apply for a permit with your county’s zoning board.
To ensure that your pool is built at a reasonable price within a manageable timeframe, get quotes from multiple contractors before deciding which one to entrust with the job. When interviewing contractors, keep in mind that cheapest doesn’t always mean best.
Having an in-ground pool is sure to make your backyard a popular place to be throughout the balmy summer months. Before diving headfirst into such a project, a number of preparations need to be tended to.