Looking for the Best Swimming Pools

Selecting the best swimming pool is a demanding task. You might end up searching for weeks and months and comparing all the pool manufacturers and the pools within their portfolio. However, maybe it does not have to be that complicated. Read our advice on how to identify the best swimming pools on the market and especially how to find a pool that will match your requirements. Set your priorities and ask yourself, is it an investment for a few years or for my whole life? Do I want to spend time cleaning the pool? Is it a local manufacturer of durable and high-quality pools? And so on.

Pool Contractors Matter

When you find a swimming pool that you like, the next step is planning and executing your pool installation project. There are many skilled pool builders around. You might want to talk to a couple of them to get a feeling of their communication and professionality. Getting references from people that already have a pol in their backyard might come handy as they can exactly tell you all the ups and downs they experienced. You can start by searching our list of authorised pool builders by inserting your postcode to find a skilled and reliable pool builder to install your new Compass Pool in your area.

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Above-ground pool options

If you like the idea of having your own swimming pool but your site is not well suited to an in-ground solution, then the good news is that you still have plenty of options. Sometimes, it simply isn’t practical to install a pool completely in the ground. In this article, we explore the pros and cons of some of the more permanent options available to you when planning your new pool. Like most construction projects there are options for different budgets.

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How much does an in-ground pool cost?

One of the first questions people usually ask is “How much will my new in-ground pool cost?” The answer to that question is best given in two parts: What will it cost to get a new in-ground pool up and running? What will be the likely ongoing costs involved with owning that pool? The most common types of pool sold in Australia include concrete, fibreglass and vinyl-liner. Understandably, all pools have different price points in the market.