Swimming Pool Contractors Washington DC

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Olympia Pools
(301) 420-2020
4040 Penn-Belt Place Suite 100
Forestville, MD

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Premier Enterprises Inc
(703) 373-0350
Alexandria, VA
(703) 778-2579
Springfield, VA
Pool Tek
(301) 468-9300
Rockville, MD
Crystal Pools Inc
(301) 299-6414
Potomac, MD
Hatchik Supply Company
(301) 967-3949
District Heights, MD
Hatchik Supply Company
(703) 321-7699
Springfield, VA
Baystate Pool Supplies
(703) 644-7570
Springfield, VA
Premier Aquatics
(703) 373-0350
Fairfax, VA
Hatchik Supply Co.
(301) 420-5960
4050 Penn Belt Pl.
Forestville, MD
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How much does a Swimming Pool cost?

For many home owners, adding a pool to the property

offers both a means of entertainment as well as a way to increase the value of the property itself. When considering if the investment is right for you, here are a few figures that might help along the way.

If you are able to do the installation work yourself, in-ground swimming pool kits can be purchased for as little as $4500 , with the kits including liners, stairs, and polymer walls. Pool covers, which are recommended for the seasons when the pool is not in use, start at $350, with solar heating blankets costing more. For in ground pool cleaners , expect to pay anywhere from $400 to $800 dollars, with perpetual scrubbers costing more. Diving boards average around $400 to $500 a piece, and if you are considering adding a slide, expect to pay around $1200. Above ground pools cost less than in ground pools , but they do not add the value to the property that in ground pools do. The advantage of an above ground poo l is its ease of installation and tear down. Expect to pay between $800 to $1500 for an above ground pool.

To have an in-ground pool installed, expect to pay on average $15-$30,000 .  If you have deep pockets and would like something mimic a local resort with fake boulders, grottos and fountains then you can expect to pay $100,000 or more for the pool and landscape install.  The landscaping, be it pavers, cement or some other stone can really add up so be sure to get multiple...

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