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Tips for Choosing An Above Ground Swimming Pool The decision to acquire and set up an above ground or inground swimming pool is one of the joyful decision promising years of pleasure for you and your family. But it is always better if you have good understanding about the product before you are going to purchase it, knowledge of the other options available in the market for the same product; it helps to make your decision-making process far better & efficient. Around 50% of the pools owned in the USA are aboveground. Many are turning to aboveground pools as they are built to last and offer a wide variety of wall and liner options. The other reason for the popularity of the above ground pools are
Cheaper than inground pools. Offers a certain flexibility and convenience that an inground pool does not Provides technically sophisticated options such as lighting and water features Installation-friendly and low-maintenance. Portability
When you are going to buy an above ground swimming pool there are some things you should keep in mind. (1) Decide and measure the area where you will place your pool. Give some space around the pool for the clearance & to walk around the pool. You may also need to place the filter near the pool. Depending on the type of pool you choose, may need room for pool supports. (2) Decide the best pool with respect to your need & budget. Temporary above ground pools such as those made by Intex, only stay in your yard during swim season. After swim season, they are taken down and stored. There are mainly two types of temporary pools: those with an inflatable ring at the top and the frame set type. While manufactured to be durable, these pools are not likely to last the 15 to 20 years that permanent above ground pools can last. (3) Steel pools are the heaviest type of permanent above ground pools and can last 20 years or longer. Although these pools can rust, they are factory rust-proofed. Aluminum pools are resistant to rust, but oxidation can cause pitting in the pool’s surface and small holes in the liner over time. These pools are generally more expensive than steel pools, but may not feel quite as sturdy. (4) Resin pools are the one of the latest type of above ground pools. They are not totally made of resin, but the parts that you can see are made of resin. Resin pools are light in weight & don’t get rust. Resin pools can be carved and shaped during the manufacturing procedure. (5) Decide from the two that you want a totally above ground pool or an on ground pool. On ground pools can be installed partially underground. They are a bit more expensive than above ground pools but will give a more custom look to your pool. (6) Decide the shape and size of the pool you want to have at your place according to the area you can allocate for the pool. Mostly above ground pools are round or oval in shape, though there are some rectangular shaped pools available. (7) Decide the type of filter, pool ladder, vacuum system and cover you want to have with your pool. There are a numerous options to choose. You should also decide that you want your pool to be salt-based or chlorine-based.
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Published on Aug 19, 2010
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