Inground Swimming Pool Cost
The big question I hear all the time is how much does an inground swimming pool cost? If I ask you how much a car costs I bet you’ll answer “it depends” on what you buy. This is so true with pools and I’d be doing you a disservice to try and even give parameters to what a pool might cost. For an average sized pool you’ll need to plan on a budget of $50,000 and up depending on the size, type, and landscaping. Our project, not including the pavilion / fire pit area was approximately $60,000 which included the pool, electrical, deck, fencing, and landscaping.
The best advice I can give is to be sure and get pricing on all the aspects of the pool before you commit to the pool itself. My experience is you’ll likely spend twice the cost of the pool once you’ve included all the other items (our pool itself was approximately $30,000 for the pool and equipment). Remember to get multiple estimates and lots of references. Most pool projects of this nature will take 6-8 weeks to complete.
Good luck and enjoy!