Clearly Beautiful Pools Prices can vary tremendously depending on what you are looking to purchase. The ultimate discount for a patient pool shopper is to watch local classified ads like a hawk and then swoop in when someone puts in a listing for a free above ground swimming pool. I cannot speak for all areas of the country or the world, but I see at least a few of these in our local “Pennysaver” every year during spring and early summer. Most times, the deal includes the “buyer” taking the pool apart and hauling it away but they do not stay available for very long.
Depending on the individual swimming pool, this can be a great bargain if you have some helpers that you can line up. You should also make sure that at least one of the helpers has some kind of experience working with pools so that you don’t accidentally damage anything while your are taking the pool apart. Of course, you should thoroughly examine the pool’s condition before agreeing to take the pool. That said, there are some who would take even a damaged pool for free looking for scrap value (they are relatively light though).
You can also find very low prices on used pools that are not quite free. These sometimes will also include the stipulation that you must take the pool down, but many times it has already been done before the ad was placed. Once again, this can be a way to grab an amazing deal. Chances are, if you get one of these very cheap or free swimming pools, you will have to buy a new swimming pool liner before installing it, but they are not really all that expensive.
A lot of people don’t want to deal with used merchandise. No problem there at all. There are tons of people and places willing to sell you a brand new swimming pool. Depending on your location, you may or may not be near a retail pool outlet. If you aren’t, there are quite a few places online selling swimming pools. If you are going to look online or visit retailers in person, it is a good idea to check several sources before making your final decision.
Swimming pool prices will depend a lot on the size of the above ground swimming pools you are considering as well as what is included in the swimming pool package. Many places sell their swimming pools with everything you need to get started. This is a nice set up for some people because you will know that the filter you receive will be the appropriate size (double check though) and it might even come with some type of deal on swimming pool chemicals to get you started in your first season. You can usually find prices starting between $1500 and $2000 for a standard above ground swimming pool (round and probably fifteen or 18 feet in diameter).
As you go up in size or look for oval or rectangular above ground pools, the prices usually increase. Keep track of everything you find out as you research swimming pool prices. Later, you will be able to compare and figure out what the best deal is for you and your swimming pool needs.