Although there are distinct similarities among all swimming pools, there are different considerations when it comes to having one built, especially from a geographical standpoint. In other words, justifying the installation of pools in California, Arizona, or Florida is going to be unique from swimming pools in Kansas.
Some of the specific considerations when it comes to swimming pools in Kansas include:
- Length of Enjoyment – Swimming pools in Kansas cannot be enjoyed year-round like those in warmer climate states. Because of this, you need to start by determining if a pool is a realistic investment. If you are OK swimming for just a portion of the year or can afford to invest in a good heating system, then the price of a pool is worthwhile.
- Types of Pools – The exact type of pool must also be determined. You can have a lavish concrete swimming pool designed and installed by the professionals with Premier Pools and Spas or go with something simpler. There is also the option of a fiberglass pool, which is pre-molded and installed as a one-piece unit. Although aboveground pools are also a possibility, in Kansas, concrete and fiberglass tend to be stronger and more durable.
- Construction Time – Although the amount of snowfall varies from one region of Kansas to another, during the wintertime, the climate throughout the state is cold. This creates challenges pertaining to the length of time for construction, regardless of pool type. This is most important for concrete pools, since this material requires certain temperatures to set and cure. Other factors that impact the installation time include the complexity of the design and size.
- Hiring a Professional – Because there are fewer professional pool companies in Kansas, you need to choose wisely. Fortunately, Premier Pools and Spas in Shawnee has a long history of excellence in both products and service. Having built more than 30,000 custom pools, this company understands the unique challenges associated with swimming pools in Kansas.