As the Greater Boston's inground fiberglass pool company of choice, we proudly serve the following Massachusetts areas: Chelsea, Revere, Everett, Malden, Medford, Winchester, Melrose, Saugus, Lynn, Woburn, Stoneham, Marblehead, Salem, Peabody, Wakefield, Burlington, Reading, Lynnfield, Beverly, Danvers, North Reading, Wilmington, Billerica, Tewksbury, Andover, Topsfield, Gloucester, Ipswich, Rowley, Dracut, Lawrence, Methuen, Haverhill, Amesbury and Newbury
and the following areas in New Hampshire: Pelham, Windham, Salem, Londonderry, Derry, Raymond, Epping, Exeter and Portsmouth
Why should you trust River Pools Greater Boston as your local pool installer?
As a leading installer of high-quality and innovative fiberglass pool shells, you can be confident with your investment. You can count on us to ensure you know what will happen every step of the way as your backyard is transformed. Communication is essential, and your installation team will help you understand what to expect throughout the process.
The way a fiberglass pool is installed matters. A LOT. The advanced installation techniques used by River Pools Greater Boston have virtually eliminated the most common problems associated with fiberglass pool installations:
- Settlement or shifting of the pool shell
- Leaks in plumbing lines and around jets and other pool fittings
- Separation between the pool and patio
- Bulges in the side walls of the pool
The River Pools Way: Advanced Installation will create a backyard you'll love.
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How Much Do Inground Pools Cost in the Greater Boston area?
Inground pools in the Greater Boston area typically start around $60,000 and can go upward of $200,000, with an average price range of a fiberglass pool typically being between $70,000 and $85,000.
Some of the factors that affect the price of an inground swimming pool in the Greater Boston area are:
1. The pool type (fiberglass, gunite, or vinyl)
Gunite pools are typically the most expensive type to install and own in the Greater Boston area.
Vinyl liner pools are the least expensive to install initially, but the cost of liner replacements over time makes them more costly in the long run.
Fiberglass pools have the advantage of having a lower initial price than gunite, and a lower lifetime cost of ownership than both other pool types.
This is due to the unmatched durability of fiberglass pools.
With a lifetime warranty on the structure of the pool and an amazing low-maintenance gelcoat finish, a fiberglass pool shell will typically not require any repair or refinishing work for decades.
2. Access to the backyard
Pool construction requires moving a tremendous amount of construction materials (dirt, stone, concrete, the pool shell, etc.) in and out of your backyard. Because of this, the accessibility of trucks and other equipment to the site plays a factor in the price of your pool.
In the most extreme cases, this can impact the pool installation price by as much as $5,000 or $10,000.
3. The scope of the project
River Pools Greater Boston specializes in designing and building pool projects of all sizes, but it all begins with an amazing pool and patio.
According to your budget and needs, the design often integrates elements such as gazebos, pergolas, pool houses, hot tubs, custom retaining walls, etc.
As the scope of the project grows, so does the budget.
At River Pools Greater Boston, we are experts at helping you develop your long-term vision for your backyard and creating a plan to get you there, whether implemented all at once or phased in over time.
Why is River Pools Greater Boston considered the area's pool builder of choice?
The father-and-son team of Jason and Chris Morey knows a thing or two about transforming backyards that bring families together.
Working together, you'll see your ideas come to life with a refreshing lineup of fiberglass pool designs and a backyard transformation that is just your style.
Once you select the shape, style, and amenities that fit your vision, the only thing left will be inviting everyone over for the first pool party.
Bring your family together with River Pools Greater Boston.