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The three main types of inground swimming pools are:
Fiberglass pools, which typically offer faster installation but come in limited shapes.
Shotcrete / Gunite Pools which are high durable and can be created in any shape.
And finally Vinyl Liner Pools, which offer excellent value, fast installation, and high durability.
An Inground Spa isa permanent fixture that is usually built with gunite, fiberglass or vinyl. It can be fully customized and is usually designed with an inground pool in mind. The equipment for the spa is usually stored on the side yard of the house or building.
Far more options for customization
Usually placed next to a pool
Has a longer lifespan when cared for
Holds a higher value over its life
Adds aesthetic and uniqueness to your backyard
Usually more expensive than a above ground hot tub
Above-ground pools come in two basic types: ring and frame. Ring pools, also known as “float to fill,” are commonly around 12 feet in diameter and 3 feet high. Made of heavy-duty vinyl, they get their name from an inflatable ring at the top of the pool, which rises as the pool fills with water and lifts the sidewalls into place. The filled pool is flask-shaped, wider at the bottom than the top for greater stability.
An above ground hot tub is a a prebuilt hot tub that can be placed in many different locations. It has all of its equipment built into the shell of the hot tub and can be moved if needed. Due to its portability it can be placed closer to a house than an inground spa.
Ergonomic seating to fit people of all sizes
Typically have around 50 jets
Requires less maintenance than an inground spa
Quicker to install
Typically has a lower monthly cost
Loses its value quicker than an inground Spa
Does not have the same aesthetics and beauty as an inground Spa
Getting a swimming pool is a fun experience so we don’t believe that getting swimming pool financing should be a cumbersome process that takes away from it. Our philosophy here at Pool Educate is to leave the swimming pool financing to the experts. We have chosen some of the best swimming pool financing lenders in the industry to advise and direct our customers to the best loan options that are available to them. These professionals specialize in the specifics of financing your pool project, so you can rest assured that you’ll get a thorough evaluation and understanding through the whole process.
Add a glowing centerpiece to your backyard this fall by installing a fire pit or outdoor fireplace for year-round enjoyment of your outdoor space. Fire pits and fireplaces are great for adding warmth to your backyard for cozy gatherings on cool nights or to set the scene for intimate outdoor dining. From modern to rustic, permanent too portable, here are three amazing options you may want to consider when choosing a fireplace or pit to suit the architecture of your home and living style.
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