Aireys Inlet and Lorne Pool Builder
Are you looking to build a swimming pool in your backyard. Trusted Tradie Pool Builders can really help you.
Right now, there has never been a better time to get a pool for your home. We have access to inground concrete and fibreglass pools for Aireys Inlet and Lorne as well as surrounding suburbs Fairhaven.
Whether you imagine a magnificent infinity pool, a lagoon style pool or a practical plunge pool, lap pool or swimspa, we’ll coordinate with you to design and build you a swimming pool that is beautiful, functional and economical, and with the ‘wow’ factor called for to add value to your home.
Your first decision is, should you build a fibreglass or concrete pool?
Fibreglass Swimming Pools Aireys Inlet and Lorne
Nowadays, most of the in-ground pools built in Australia today are fibreglass pools. Fibreglass pools are quick to set up, because most of the assembly work is done offsite in the manufacturing facility. A conventional installation for our fibreglass pools will typically be completed in one to two weeks, whereas concrete pools will typically take several weeks, usually 2-5 monthsif not months to complete. Very little on going care is needed. Fibreglass pools look amazing with stunning and speckled finishes that glisten in the natural light.
Possibly the only drawback to fibreglass are the size and shape restrictions. You need to pick one of our pre-made designs. This speeds up time and lowers costs, however, sometimes you want to a more customised solution.
Concrete Swimming Pools Aireys Inlet and Lorne
Concrete pools can be crafted to any design you like. Your concrete pool is made totally on your property, so your Trusted Tradie pool builder can adjust your design exactly to suit your needs. Concrete pools usually cost more and take longer to build, up to 2-6 months.
Backyard Swimming Pool design and Pool Landscaping Aireys Inlet and Lorne
Aireys Inlet and Lorne Pool Landscaper
Completely transform your outdoor area with the Trusted Tradie Landscaping team. If you need guidance with design and construction of pool fencing, decks and pavers, steps, garden areas, water features, retaining walls. Contact Aireys Inlet and Lorne Premium Landscaping here for more details.
Best Pool Sizes
Most popular pool sizes:
- Plunge pool are typically 5 × 3 metres, 6 × 4 metres to 7 × 3 metres
- Average family pool sizes are 7 × 3 metres, 8 × 4 metres or 9 × 4 metres
- Typical Lap pool: 9 × 2.5 metres, 10 × 3 metres to 15 × 3 metres
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Aireys Inlet and Lorne Plunge Pools
Plunge pools have become increasingly popular in Australia. Smaller in size than traditional pools– Plunge pools are usually 4-5 metres long and quite deep. If you have a small backyard and you still dream of the value-adding benefits of pool ownership, our plunge pools are an amazing choice for you. You get all the features and benefits of bigger pools whilst fitting so well into smaller spaces.
Aireys Inlet and Lorne Infinity Edge Pools
Have the spectacular visual effect of an ‘edge-less’ pool . Infinity Edge Pools are particularly effective on sloping sites.
How Long Does it take to Build a Pool?
You ought to allocate up to 3 to 6 months for the entire assessment, design, construction and finishing process. This will vary moderately depending on your approval type, weather, the complexity of construction, as well as the landscaping and the finishes you select.
Salt Water vs Chlorine
Chlorine has been used for years and is still the most effective for a clean swimming pool. Salt water chlorinators also produce chlorine in smaller doses to keep your pool clean and safe to swim in.
How Much Does a Swimming Pool Cost in Aireys Inlet and Lorne
Pool prices vary a lot, depending on the size, intricacy of construction and amount of features and finishes you select. As a guide, the approximate amounts on what families spend to get a quality pool varies from $35,000 to well over $100,000. The average spend on a concrete pool in Aireys Inlet and Lorne is currently around $40,000 to $50,000. Fibreglass pool shells cost between $6,500 and $25,000.
The upfront investment of building a pool may be daunting, but compare that to the ongoing enjoyment. Your kids will love being at home swimming and you will save time and money. Instead of spending money on accommodation and travel, you may decide to stay at home over the family holidays and take advantage of the resort-style living pools offer.
Last, but certainly not least, a beautiful and well maintained pool is a huge asset to any home. You will realise the resale value in your pool when you decide to sell the family home.
How Choose the Best Aireys Inlet and Lorne Swimming Pool Builder
The right pool company can save you a lot of time, worry and money. This is how Trusted Tradie Aireys Inlet and Lorne Pool Builders can help. Designing your pool plan, visiting you on site, and going over all your options is very important. This way you get the pool of your dreams, and can experience it with your family for decades to come.
Visit our Aireys Inlet and Lorne Pool Display Centre
Call us or visit our display centre. We service the Aireys Inlet and Lorne area including Fairhaven.
Get a free on-site consultation. Trusted Tradie Pool Builders are willing to come to you and discuss your alternatives.
Contact Us Today. 1300 663 650.
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- Salt Water vs Chlorine
- How Much Does a Swimming Pool Cost in Aireys Inlet and Lorne
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