San Diego can have some of the hottest temperatures in the nation. Keeping cool during the hot summer months is a big priority, and having a pool at your home can be a great way to do so. If you’re considering building a custom pool, you’re likely wondering just how much it’s going to cost you. The truth is the price can vary depending on various factors.
One of the biggest factors that’s going to influence the price of your pool is its size. It’s going to likely cost less to build a pool that’s only 10 feet by 10 feet than one that’s 10 feet by 20 feet. This is simply due to the cost of more renovations, material, and labor. It’s a good idea to talk with a local custom pool builder to get an idea of what size pool is within your budget.
When it comes to constructing a pool, its location will play a major role in the cost of construction. If you’re considering an underground pool, it’s going to be more time-consuming to remove a large hill to create a level surface than constructing the pool on ground that’s already flat. If there are massive rocks under the surface that need to be removed to construct the pool, it’s going to require more labor and, therefore, will be more expensive.
How deep you want your pool to be is another factor that determines your ultimate installation price. For deeper pools, more ground is going to have to be dug up, which requires more time. Add in the materials and labor needed to construct extra depth, and you’ll notice a large difference in price. You can expect deeper pools to cost more than shallower ones
Pools can come with several features, depending on what your preferences are. Some people may want to install jets or small spas, while others may want to install steps and railings leading into their pools. Other desirable features include underwater lighting, diving boards, slides, and waterfalls. Each of these features is going to add to the bill for your pool construction.
Pools can be made out of a variety of materials, based on your preferences and the finished look you want. Some popular examples include PVC, metal, concrete, fiberglass, and polyurethane foam. If you don’t want to settle for the traditional smooth look, you can opt for installing custom tiles or rocks as part of your outdoor pool. Any of these special additions to change the look of your pool are going to add to your construction bill.
When you’re ready to add a pool to your home, reach out to the experienced pros at San Diego Pools. We’re a family-owned San Diego swimming pool contractor that’s been transforming customer dreams into reality with creative designs and high-quality custom construction for more than forty years. Give us a call today at 888-707-7786 to learn how we can build the pool that’s perfect for you.