There’s just something about installing an inground, concrete pool that puts your backyard leaps and bounds over what it was before. You’ll have the perfect yard to host parties, barbecues, and get-togethers with no shortage of entertainment. But how do you know you’re getting the best pool you can in the Tyrone area? At Hilltop Pools and Spas, Inc., we specialize in inground pools and help all of our customers get just the pool they had in mind. Follow these 5 steps for the perfect concrete pool in Tyrone, GA.
Establish a Budget
Our company can build all types of pools to fit within your budget, whether you’re working with $20,000 or $200,000. It’s important to know how much money you’re willing to spend for this project and stick with it. We will let you know all of your options according to your budget. If you leave your pool needs to us, you know you’re getting the most for your money, as well as a warranty to back it up.
Pick a Shape and Style
Taking the size of your yard into account, you’ll need to decide what you want your pool to look like. We’re not limited to building standard rectangle pools, but can bring to life any kind of pool you want. This is the advantage of choosing concrete—the shape can be completely customizable. If you need ideas to get started, we can help with that too!
Site the Pool’s Location
Now it’s time to choose the best location for your pool. Even if your yard is smaller and you don’t have many options, it’s important to make the yard work with the pool’s new location. Make sure you don’t have tree branches hanging over the top, as this will cause unnecessary work cleaning out leaves and debris. Make sure it’s the proper distance away from power lines, sewer lines, septic systems, or any other electricity. Check with local zoning laws to ensure your pool will be within code.
Choose a Circulation System
No one wants to swim in a pool with dirty water, so keep it crystal clear and clean with the proper circulation system. No matter the type of filter you choose, it should do its job well as long as it’s properly installed and well-maintained. If you’re not sure what kind of filter to choose, we can help with that as well as discuss the pros and cons of each type.
In addition to keeping your pool filtered, you also need to keep it sanitized. Standard chlorine is the option most commonly used, but getting a salt chlorine generator is another way to keep your pool clean. Salt water is much easier on your hair and skin.
Once you have everything in place for your actual pool, it’s time to turn the area around it into pure paradise. Since the weather is pool-friendly for a large majority of the year in Georgia, you want your backyard to be a place you never get tired of and want to spend time in frequently. Adding some patio furniture, a grill, or a slide will add that extra something special that appeals to the whole family.