Indoor swimming pools can give you the best of both worlds, by letting you enjoy swimming all year long, and make maintenance easier.
Heading out to your own personal swimming pool can be an amazing experience in the summer months, but what about during the colder months? No one wants to swim in an outdoor pool in the winter (at least not if it’s an unheated pool). So what do you do? Well, the best thing that you can do is look at indoor swimming pools that will let you swim in comfort whenever you want.
No more letting your pool go to waste half the months in the year. It’s time to take advantage of that great pool instead.
The Size of Your New Pool
Indoor swimming pools have all the same great options as any outdoor pool you might find, which is great because you want something that works for whatever you plan to do. Whether you want a lap pool or a traditional swimming pool, you’ll be able to find it easily.
There are different sizes available and you can choose from a range of different shapes as well. What you really want, however, is probably a larger pool that you’ll be able to enjoy with your friends and family. Sure it can be fun to be in the pool alone once in a while, but you definitely want to be able to put more people in.
Think about what you have space for and just what you want to use the pool for. At that point, you’ll be ready for whatever you want to do and you’ll be able to move on to the actual installation process. You’ll also be able to get a better quote on just what you’ll be working on for your next pool as well.
Cost of Indoor Swimming Pools
Okay, so the first thing you’re probably thinking of is what exactly that indoor swimming pool is going to cost you. No one wants to spend a fortune on a pool, right? Okay, well maybe if it was a really awesome pool (and some of these definitely are).
Paying for your pool is going to depend on a whole lot of things. It’s going to depend on the size, the shape, the materials used, where you live, who you hire and a whole lot more things that it’s nearly impossible to name. The best thing you can do is shop around but have a little bit of an idea what’s within the realm of ‘normal.’
These types of indoor swimming pools are going to be expensive and for most people and most areas, you’re going to spend upwards of $20,000. For a somewhat normal style and size pool you could spend up to $100,000 and if you’re looking for something truly unique or large you could easily spend more.
Keep in mind that this cost is only going to reflect the actual swimming pool and not the cost of the building you need to put it in (if you don’t already have one) or the cost of a dehumidification system that will keep the building from getting moldy or humid.