Glendale Pool Contractors
When it comes to pool insulation and hiring a pool designer, the pool contractors you choose will determine your final results. You’ll want a company that has many Glendale referrals and testimonials, who can offer you financing options, and have long-standing industry contacts who they work with when subcontractors are needed.
There’s a lot more that goes into inground pool installation than digging a pit, and more that goes into aboveground pool installation than assembling some walls. Residential or commercial, you want your pool built durably, and up to all the safety standards. For years Lowell's Pool Service has been doing this for your friends and neighbors with incredible results.
For tried-and-true residential and commercial pool builders, get in touch with us today and make your summer the best one yet.
Inground vs. Aboveground Pools
For most of our Glendale clients, the main consideration when it comes to choosing an inground or aboveground pool, is cost. As far as pool installation companies go, we have constructed a lot of pools. When you know your way around the industry, you know that there are more considerations than just cost when it comes to choosing which type of pool you want.
The cost of an inground pool can range from $25,000 to $50,000. When constructing a custom pool, Lowell's Pool Service will excavate and sometimes even grade your landscape, then construct within that pit. Afterwards, you’ll also require the construction of decking or a patio.
While inground pool costs can seem hefty, there’s a good reason. On top of the construction that’s necessary, the results you get will be beautiful, pristine, and even add some value to your home.
An inground pool is a permanent landscaping feature, whereas an aboveground pool can’t help but look temporary, even when you construct a surround for it.
The average aboveground swimming pool kit will cost between $1,500 and $4,500 depending on quality. Adding labor and possible ground leveling you could be looking at another $500-$1,000. Still, miles more affordable than even the smallest inground pool.
Aboveground pools are also considered to be safer due to their height. Many Glendale homeowners take this into consideration if they have small children and/or pets.
There are a lot of great reasons to construct an aboveground pool, but take into consideration the temporary appearance, and fact that it won’t raise the value of your home. Aboveground and inground pools require the same maintenance, but in the long-run an inground pool is more of an investment.
If you’re looking for commercial pool builders, we’d recommend an inground pool every time. A more permanent installation is more beneficial to your business whether it be a community center, school, or office facility.
New Pool Construction That Lasts
When you’re looking to build a new pool at your home or business, the hard-working team at Lowell's Pool Service are just the builders for the job.
When it comes to maintaining that pool, we’re also on-hand to tackle any issue that comes our way.
Summer is better when you have your own pool, so let’s design and construct one that lasts a lifetime!