Sometimes, looking at other people’s pools can blow your mind! You are probably wondering, where can I find a swimming pool contractor that I can afford? Well, you should consider doing it yourself! Does that sound absurd? It isn’t. In fact, building your own pool can reduce your budget by 6,000 dollars or more! That probably sounds impossible, doesn’t it? 

Well, some of our previous clients have compared what they spent on a pool that they built themselves with our help here at BYOP with the quotes they got from pool companies in their area. Those numbers are based on having much of the work completed by pool contractors. That means that you could actually save more money if you choose to that work by yourself. But we have a list of reliable pool contractors available and ready for your call. 

Is There a Pool Builder Within You? 

Let’s birth the creative pool builder in you! Perhaps your spouse is encouraging you to step out there and create a fantastic pool. If so, are probably lost in a clash between the world of possibilities and the reality of impossibilities. We are here to clear up the options by helping you overcome difficulties. The steps with us for easy to make. The do-it-yourself pool is an easy way to gain access to rock-bottom prices, bypass the high cost of engineers and jump past crooked contractors in your area to achieve a breathtakingly, gorgeous pool in your own backyard. The first step is to choose your pool. 

What Vibe Do You Want? 

What type of pool do you want? You can create a relaxing and tranquil experience like at a spa or create a luxurious or contemporary feel like at a resort. You could also be looking for a full-blown tropical oasis or a simple, family-like atmosphere. No matter what you’re looking for, we have what you need. 

Fun accessories including slides, tanning ledges, diving boards and hydrotherapy spas can be added to your swimming pool design. Consider your landscape and choose a pool to match the overall design. If your budget only allows you to add one portion of your plan at the time, it’s best that you have an overall plan before choosing the pool shape and location. 

Questions to Consider: 

1. Who will be the primary users of your pool? 
If you will have children frequently playing in your pool, you may want to consider a slide or additional safety features. If you have anyone with mobility challenges, you may want to add extra wide steps or handicap features. 

2. What type of swimming activities do you expect to take place on a regular basis? 
If you are swimmers will be engaging in lap swimming, pool parties, diving or water sports, you will want to design a pool that meets those needs. 

3. How deep would you like your pool to be? 
Certain recreational activities, like diving, will require the pool to be a certain depth. 

Visit us online today to review our pool packages and financing options. There are options for everyone. It will be our great pleasure to help you achieve the look that you want in your own backyard. Bragging rights for your do-it-yourself pool will belong exclusively to you!