When is the Best Time to Build a Pool?
As with most home projects, the sooner you start building a pool, the sooner you can enjoy your new pool. As for the seasons, each has its own advantages and disadvantages for pool construction. Anytime is a good time to start planning a pool installation. If you know you want a pool and have the finances for it then now is the best time to start building a pool. Remember to always look for experienced pool builders that can make your backyard dreams come true.
Regardless of everything…Be Prepared and Plan in Advance
There are many factors to consider when looking for the best pool for you and your home. Get a professional pool builder, like Cody Pools, to discuss your dream pool and request a quote. Learn about the different pool types and narrow your choices based on your preferences and budget.
Ensure to have a consultation with a pool builder to find the right pool and location for your yard.
Below are some of the many factors to consider when planning your dream pool:
- Type of pool deck and materials
- Pool size, design, shape, and depth
- Saltwater or chlorine pool systems
- Pool features – e.g., lighting, pool access, water features, spas, slides, diving boards, etc.
Designing and Building During Fall or Winter is the Best Time
If you start planning your pool in the fall or winter, you will be able to have you pool and landscaping completed come summer.
The fall and winter seasons are the best times to get a building permit. That’s when things are less busy than the spring and summer months when most builders apply. By planning your pool design and landscaping early and obtaining the necessary building permits as soon as possible. Consider the costs and benefits of building your pool at different times of the year and start planning your dream pool.
Winter & Fall Pool Construction Means Getting Better Acquainted
What better Christmas present than a swimming pool? Outside of the obvious added benefit of having a swimming pool serve as your family’s upcoming Christmas or holiday season gift, there are significant perks in having the work done in the Fall and Winter Months.
You Have Multiple Months to Learn Your Pool’s Needs
After building your pool, you will have a chance to better understand how to run your pool. Don’t worry; our experts at Cody Pools are ready to provide you with answers to your questions. We will help you to masterfully maintain the perfect environment for the summer to come.
You Have Time to Decorate Your Outdoor Living Spaces
Building a pool can take a beating on green spaces. By having the Spring to plan your garden and the idealized style for patio furniture and accessories, there is no rush on the big ideas you’ve been thinking about during the construction time frame.
Backyard design includes patios, walkways, steps, walls, garden beds, planting, drainage, grading, privacy, and lighting.
If you plan landscaping around your pool, you’ll also need to weigh the best time to do this work and work with a landscape architect to integrate your pool’s design into your new landscaping. Even if you can not plant anything in the winter, you can still plan your garden landscape. Once it warms up and your pool construction is complete, you can plant flowers, shrubs, and new grass in the spring.
Keep in mind that landscaping your yard can take multiple months, depending on the project’s scope. So ensure you have your landscape design is completed so you can start working on it as soon as possible.
You Benefit by Having Work Done When the Summer Rush has Ended
Suppose you’re looking to throw a Labor Day, Birthday, or Summer pool party and want to feel free. In that case, it’s best to plan and reap the benefits of building your pool during the off-season, allowing you to ensure everything in your backyard is just the way you want it and ready to show off for your party.
Cody Pools is the #1 swimming pool builder in the nation for over 10 years running and are ready to help with the design and construction of your backyard oasis! Contact any of our offices in Texas, Florida, or Arizona, or visit our website to to talk to a designer or schedule a free consultation.