What is the average life of an above ground pool?

What is the average life of an above ground pool?

What is the average life of an above ground pool?

between 10 and 20 years
2018. A high-quality above ground pool from Valley Pool & Spa should last between 10 and 20 years depending on how well you care for it. However, your pool liner will not last as long as your pool. Contact a pool expert at our store to see if you need a new liner before you decide to replace your entire pool.

Are above ground pools expensive to maintain?

Factors in Calculating Pool Maintenance Cost Above-ground pools cost about the same to maintain as inground pools since they basically have the same structure. You can expect to spend between $1,200 and $1,800 per year on basic pool maintenance costs.

Do above ground pools reduce home value?

An above ground pool may provide lots of fun for the kids or perhaps even for you, but do not expect it to add value to your home. These are considered so unsightly that they can lower your home’s value, just because most customers will calculate the cost of their removal into an offer.

Can above ground pools be permanent?

They are a long term option, as traditional above ground pools can easily last 15 – 20 years if well maintained. This type of above ground pool is an affordable option for a permanent pool as compared to inground pools – often with the above ground pool kits starting at $3,000.

How long do cheap above ground pools last?

Above ground pools last about 10 years on average. Some cheap pools can last less than 1 day when not taken care of, while some better-built pools can last up to 20 years when taken care of in the right climate.

How far should an above-ground pool be from the house?

10 feet
National and Local Requirements There is a national standard that requires that all swimming pools must be at least 10 feet away from the house walls. As mentioned, this will protect electrical wiring from leaks, floods, and splashes.

Does an above-ground pool increase homeowners insurance?

Let your insurance company know that you have a pool, since it will increase your liability risk. Most homeowners policies include a minimum of $100,000 worth of liability protection. Pool owners, however, may want to consider increasing the amount to $300,000 or $500,000.

Can I leave my above ground pool up all year?

A common question asked is, “Can above ground pools stay up year round?” And although the easy answer is that “Yes, they can,” whether you want to leave them up year-round really depends on the type of pool you have. Dismantling some above ground pools for the winter may be more hassle than it’s worth.

Can you do salt water in an above-ground pool?

Simply put, steel and aluminum above ground pools are not compatible with saltwater systems. Even when such pools have protective coatings, they remain far too vulnerable to corrosion and oxidation. The only type of above ground pools compatible with saltwater sanitation systems are those made from resin.

How much does an above ground swimming pool cost?

In-ground pools typically cost between $37,000 and $67,000. Even at the lower end of the range, an in-ground swimming pool will be 25 to 30 times more expensive than an 18-foot round rigid steel wall pool ($1,300 to $1,400). Above-ground pools are moderately easy to maintain as long as you keep up on the maintenance schedule.

Which is the cheapest semi inground swimming pool?

All the pools mentioned above cost about the same. It might interest you to know that the best semi-inground pool is usually the cheapest. That is the Aquasport 52; this is why I don’t sell the other pools. A 24 Round Package Cost $5000.00 – $6000.00

Why are round pools more expensive to install?

Factors affecting the pool installation cost include the size and the shape of the pool and the grade of the soil at your designated site for the pool. Oval pools are more expensive to install than round pools; rectangular pools cost even more because they require additional structural support.

How much does it cost to maintain a swimming pool?

Professional services are available to keep your pool maintained, and they cost from $85.00 to $150.00 a month, depending on the size of your pool. However, they usually also provide winterizing your pool and preparing it for the start of the swimming season. Properly maintained, your pool should last 6 to 10 years.