Budget Goals for Your Pool

We all know swimming pools are expensive. The cost to install, maintain, replace, and/or upgrade can be overwhelming, but there are some ways your pool can actually save you time and money. Here are a few suggestions on how to get the most bang for your buck!


First things first, you need to assess what exactly you have, what you need, and what you want. You should review your current equipment, assessing when it was installed and how it is operating. Knowing when it was installed will help you determine its lifespan, and if it is nearing the need for replacement. Being aware of how your pool equipment operates will help you determine how efficient it is operating. Some items that are older and require constant repair can wind up costing you more money than getting a new updated version that operates more efficiently and effectively.


Just like going to the big box warehouses and buying large volumes of cereal, you can buy in bulk for your pool when it comes to chemicals. The price per unit goes down the more you buy. You also could consider buying multiples of common items that you tend to replace a lot during the season. This could include things like gaskets, water testing items, and pool toys. This idea of buying now so you can save later is also very relevant in today’s era with the price of almost everything increasing along with shipping and supply issues that are affecting our country.


The advancement in modern technology has also expanded to the pool industry. You now have the option to have remote controlled and app-controlled pool items including lighting, automation, pool cleaners, and more. All these items will help to save you time maintaining the pool which gives you more time to enjoy the pool!


Now is the time to contact us and develop a plan for your pool for 2022. As mentioned, prices are once again on the upswing and some items are harder to get. So, contact us today to make sure all your pool needs and wants can be fulfilled for the 2022 swim season!

*This information is obtained from the Certified Pool and Spa Operator Handbook. This information may not be applicable to your pool based on your pool type and location. One should reference all applicable regulations and standards for your facility.

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