As you can see there are many options for your Leisure fiberglass pool available. When a consumer receives a quote from a Leisure Pools Dealer, the fiberglass dealer thoroughly examines each option benefits with the homeowner in efforts to both educate and to ensure customer satisfaction.
So to answer the question on how much does a Leisure fiberglass pool cost; the best we can offer is a range of pricing for small, medium and large pools:
- Leisure Pool Installed - Small – Low $25,000 to Low $30,000 and up
- Leisure Pool Installed - Medium – Low $35,000 to Low $40,000 and up
- Leisure Pool Installed - Large – Low 45,000 and up.
As you can see the price ranges vary quite a bit due to a consumer’s needs, wants and budget in purchasing and having a Leisure fiberglass pool installed.
How much does a Leisure fiberglass swimming pool cost compared to a Concrete or Vinyl Pool?
When considering the cost of a inground Leisure swimming pool you should think about two issues; the initial cost and then the cost of ownership. In many areas of the country the initial cost difference between a Leisure fiberglass pool, concrete and vinyl liner swimming pool varies. There are many regions in the country that the initial cost of a fiberglass pool is less expensive.
However, there are also regions of the country where the initial cost of vinyl liner inground swimming pools and in some cases even concrete swimming pools are less expensive.
As far as Leisure fiberglass pools cost of ownership comparison with the other two types of inground pools, one might expect to find the following:
Inground Vinyl Liner Swimming Pools
Although in some parts of the country the initial cost of a vinyl liner can be less than a Leisure fiberglass or a concrete inground pools, its cost of ownership is often much more. With the average life expectancy of the liner to be between 5 and 10 years at best and the average liner replacement cost to be at least $4,000, one can easily make up any price difference on the first replacement. This combined with the additional chemical costs year to year versus a fiberglass swimming pool makes this type of swimming pool not a good long term investment.
In ground Concrete or Gunite Swimming Pools
Concrete, or gunite, inground pools typically cost more initially than both vinyl liner and fiberglass pools in most areas of the country. When one analyzes cost of ownership against a inground fiberglass swimming pool they will find a huge difference. Concrete swimming pools typically have to be resurfaced every 8 to 12 years at a cost of $7,000 to $10,000. There is also a substantial difference each season on chemical and maintenance costs.
Why Leisure Fiberglass Pools have the lowest cost of ownership?
- Inground Leisure pools use less electricity (up to 30%) and chemicals (up to 70%) than other types of inground swimming pools which will save you time and money.
- Fiberglass swimming pools are the easiest to maintain. They require little time and effort which should offer you more free time to enjoy with your family.
- Fiberglass pools have a smooth satin surface finish which resists staining and repels bacteria and algae. They do not require expensive acid washes, re-plastering or liner replacements as do other types of pools.
- Inground Fiberglass pools smooth satin surface is more comfortable to swim in and enjoy.
- Fiberglass swimming pools can be installed much faster than other types of pools. The fiberglass swimming pools are built at a factory to precise specifications and delivered to the job site finished. This allows minimal time for the construction process and results in you being able to enjoy your swimming pool much quicker.
Whatever your budget, there is a Leisure Pools and Artistic Development will fulfill your dreams and enhance your family’s quality of life.