An inground pool is a swimming pool installed on a natural ground substrate such as sand, soil, or gravel.

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There are so many types of inground with sand liners and plastic enclosures that provide fun and entertainment. There are the ones with landscape fabric liners, concrete, and cinder block enclosures. The inground pool prices vary with all the available different types, including a warmer, cleaner, and healthier environment for you and your family.

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Here are the factors to consider:

  1. Location Of Installation

The location of installation affects inground swimming pools’ price. The cost of setting up is higher in urban areas and places that are easily accessible due to expensive fees for land development and labor costs. These areas are usually congested and are mostly tall-rise buildings where there is a higher concentration of safety hazards, fire traps, heavy traffic, and more. The installation of an inground pool in these areas is both challenging and costly compared to areas that are located in remote locations.

  1. Shape And Size 

The shape and size of the inground swimming pool determine the cost. Large pools are more expensive per square foot than smaller sizes due to the amount of installation labor and heavy materials needed in an extensive collection of stones, walls, and filters.

  1. Quality Of Inground Swimming Pool

Most inflatable and cheap inground pools are not durable and stand for only a few years before they need to be replaced. Buying cheap will not give you the best value for your money, and you need to spend more money to replace them with better ones that could last up to 20 years without breaking down.

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  1. Pool Accessories

Accessories such as covers, heater systems, filters, and pumps affect the cost of inground swimming pools. An automatic cover is more expensive than a manual one because it requires a lot of installation equipment. Heater systems and filters also affect the price of an inground swimming pool because they require regular replacement and cleaning, which poses a high maintenance cost.

  1. Liner Used In The Swimming Pool

Vinyl liners are cheaper than composite liners and are more durable. Composite liners are more expensive due to the heavy and bulky materials needed in this liner, and the installation cost of composite liners is more severe than vinyl liners.

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  1. The Type Of Pump Used

The pool pump type is another factor that determines inground pool prices. Different pumps are used in an inground swimming pool, but automatic start and stop pumps are the most common. The price of this type of pump is higher than a diaphragm or piston-type pump due to the heavy materials and complex mechanical parts.

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  1. The Features And Amenities

The features and amenities installed in an inground swimming pool also determine its price. These features include waterfalls, tile mosaics, lighting systems, benches, ladders, and loungers. These features are added to the collection and increase its value and cost.

  1. The Type Of Pool Enclosure

In-ground swimming pools with concrete walls and coverings cost more than those with combination vinyl liners, landscape fabric, and rock and liner pools. These types require more installation labor since many nail points are exposed during installation.

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Final Words 

An inground swimming pool is excellent for your health, and it should be installed in an area where you do not mind having a collection. Whether or not to build one depends on what you are looking for and what you can afford. Having a pool in your backyard is an excellent way to have fun with friends and family or take a cool dip in the hot summer sun.