When it comes to building your inground swimming pool, there are many details and pieces that will determine your project budget. It’s a big, exciting decision that involves a wide variety of options to create your backyard dream, and it is important to understand that every project starts with standard necessary costs.
YOUR POOL PROJECT BUDGET STARTS HERE
In determining the estimated budget of your pool project, your starting price will include basic expenses that a pool requires, no matter who builds your pool. The price of the type of pool you select will need to include these estimated expenses to create your starting pool project budget range.
The following price ranges are only estimates to help you create your starting budget.
These are not exact costs and some may be subject to price increases.
ESTIMATED BASIC COSTS*
**Pricing varies depending on the distance from electric meter to filter system.
ADDITIONAL POTENTIAL PROJECT EXPENSES*
*Please note, price ranges are estimates based on average pricing for the 2020 season.
As you can see from the estimates given above, your budget starting point needs to be a minimum of $65-80,000 for a small pool project. Below is a basic chart outlining an example of how the type of pool combined with the estimated necessary expenses brings you to this starting budget amount.
Below includes the expenses that may need to be applied to your estimated starting budget. These expenses are not guaranteed but may be required in your pool project.
Continue to build your pool project budget by downloading the pdf chart provided below.This chart includes the details explained above as well as pricing for additional options you may already know you'd like to incorporate in your pool project. This will help you calculate an accurate starting budget, and guide us as we move forward with your pool project.