If you have finally decided that it is time to launch the construction of the pool you have been dreaming about, then you are probably now struggling with the decision concerning what the best time of year to construct your new pool should be. Many salespeople will probably tell you it is always best to do it now, while it is fresh in your mind and you are willing to spend the money. However, there are several factors to consider when trying to decide what the best time and season is for the new swimming pool construction.
Early To Mid-Summer Pool Construction
One of the worst and least recommended times for pool swimming construction would be early summer to the middle of the summer. Most likely you will experience an increase in prices and a lot of busy pool construction companies that are already in the process of scheduling other pool constructions to get ready for the summer.
Swimming pool construction is a rather sizable investment of your time and money, and the summer is when most people spend much of their time in their yards. You should consider how long your yard will be out of commission while they are constructing the new pool. However, if you plan on the end or late summer, then you may find a pool contractor that is willing to continue working and schedule your construction.
Spring or Winter Pool Construction
If you are in a warmer climate, such as what you can experience in Florida, then pool construction during the winter may not pose a problem. The climate in other places, especially those that get colder and have snow, can pose a serious hindrance to the pool construction process. If you are in a warmer climate, you also must take into consideration how high the prices will go at the beginning of the year.
While there are many factors to consider when trying to schedule your new pool construction, it comes down to the time and money you have available. It is a time-consuming process and can cause a mess in the backyard. Are you willing to suffer through a pool construction during less than convenient times or are you willing to pay a little more and perhaps have to wait a bit longer? The decision is entirely left to the homeowner. It is always a good idea to consult with the pool contracting company to distinguish what the best time of year in your area would be.