You've made your budget to construct the swimming pool and now you know how much you can spend to have it installed. Have you considered though, the lifetime maintenance and upkeep costs? This is something you want to consider when making your plans for swimming pool ownership. Remember, simply installing the swimming pool is not the only cost associated with pool ownership. You need to buy motor pool cover also.
Here are some things to consider when putting together a pool maintenance budget:
Pool chemicals: you need chemicals to keep your pool water clean and safe for swimming. If you decide to do the cleaning yourself and buy your own chemicals, you may see a price tag of around $ 200 for a single season.
Switching to an automatic chlorine generator that uses salt as a cleaning agent instead of chlorine will be charged less. If you decide to not clean up its own pool, the pool talking with the contractor to get an estimate of what the annual cost of maintenance contracts will.
Electricity bills: Because your pool pump runs on electricity, your electricity bill will increase. The amount will be difficult to determine, but the pool contractor may have some bid estimates to help you with budgeting. An increase in your electric bill will depend on certain variables – the size of your pool, the cost of electricity in the area where you live, and how often you will run the pumps and filters.
Water: The upfront fee, following the construction of the pool comes in the form of the first time you fill the pool. Costs can be determined by whether or not you will have the first water to fill swimming pools transported or whether you will replenish itself from the hose. After the pool is filled, it is rare that you will never have to refill it.
You may need to add water occasionally to make up for evaporation. To help address the problem of evaporation, if you keep the pool closed when not in use you can reduce the amount of water lost through evaporation.