You look out into your yard to see that open, green space and it just feels like something’s…missing. You’ve been dreaming about having more quality time with your family at home - a private space for you and the ones you love to unwind. After thinking and thinking and some more thinking, you realize having your own pool just might be exactly what you’re looking for. We’ve been there too, friends - the appeal of your own private swimming spot is hard to match with anything else. Bringing families together is one of the things that makes us most passionate about the world of inground pools. You know you want it, so now the question is what size/shape/style/color do you want? Deciding on a size is often the first step since your backyard may only be able to accommodate a pool so large. What is a good size swimming pool, anyway? This is a pretty broad question with a lot of good answers, so we’d like to take a shot at helping you reach the answer that’s right for you. We’ll primarily focus on rectangle inground pool sizes since the rectangle shape is most popular. Today, we’re going to discuss what are the different sizes of pools available, what you might see most often, how a pool’s size may (or may not) affect the cost of your pool, and even what other shapes are out there in case a rectangle isn’t suiting your fancy. We also want to let you know up front - inground fiberglass pools are our wheelhouse, but they may not be a best fit for everyone. We’re going to give you some information to hopefully help you make an informed decision on not only pool size and shape, but the pool type, as well.
If you ask someone who isn’t from Indiana what they think of when you mention the state, you may hear things like “corn” or “open fields” or, more notably, maybe “the Indy 500”. Contrary to the…slightly disappointing answers you might get (minus the 500 of course), Indiana is a place full of rich history, fun things to do and weather that can sometimes leave you guessing about what tomorrow will bring (surprises are fun, right?)
Don't blindly wonder if a fiberglass, concrete, or vinyl liner pool is right for you. Our educational ebook does a deep-dive comparison of the 3 types, all while noting the advantages and disadvantages of each.
You’re thinking about buying a pool, so what’s the first concern you might have about this decision? Maybe “How much is it going to cost me?”
When you live in Florida, you have it all - sea, sunshine and something fun around every corner. Not only is it the warmest US state, but it’s also the only one with a tropical climate (excluding Hawaii). No wonder it’s a hotspot for tourists worldwide.
How much do inground pools cost? This is the first question asked by homeowners and pool shoppers 99% of the time. And the folks in Savannah are no exception.
Looking for a high-quality inground pool in the Boise, Idaho area? It can be tough to know which pool builder or installer to hire, especially in a midsized to smaller metropolitan area like Boise, Idaho's largest (and only major) city.
Looking for a high-quality inground pool in the Des Moines, Iowa area? It can be tough to know which pool builder or installer to hire, especially in a midsized to smaller metropolitan area like Des Moines, which is Iowa's largest (and only major) city.
Thinking about getting a new swimming pool for your backyard? You probably know about the three types of inground pools: concrete, fiberglass, and vinyl liners.
Looking for a high-quality inground pool in southern Utah? It’s often hard to know which pool builder or installer to hire, especially when you live in a smaller metropolitan area like St. George, which is only about 15% as large as the Salt Lake City metro area.
Are you thinking about taking on a pool remodeling project for your concrete swimming pool? Maybe you've just moved into a home that has a concrete pool in the backyard, or you might have an old concrete pool that's become more of an eyesore than a fun addition to your home. If this sounds like you, you may be asking yourself: