Shasta Pools & Spas is the preferred swimming pool builder for Arizona's top home builders.
If you're building a new house, ask your home builder about including a swimming pool in your first mortgage. It's the best option for you and your family.
These are the top things to consider when deciding whether to build your new swimming pool and your new home simultaneously or to build your new swimming pool after you are moved in:
Building a new home takes time, so does building a quality swimming pool. There is no question that by building them together, you will save a lot of time. It's clear that the best time to build your new swimming pool is during your new home construction.
Imagine that you don't build your swimming pool right away. You still need to landscape your backyard, right? You may plant large - and expensive - trees or gardens that may have to be torn up when your swimming pool eventually goes in. It's going to be much less of a hassle to put in your swimming pool before you landscape your back yard.
Building a new house is expensive and even though adding your swimming pool when you're building your home is an additional expense, there are some real financial advantages to building both at the same time. Because you can roll the cost of your new swimming pool into your first mortgage, your monthly payment goes up only a relatively modest amount. For what adds up to just a few more dollars per month, you can be enjoying your back yard swimming pool soon after you move in.
One reason we have all chosen to live in Arizona is the great desert lifestyle. Swimming is practically a way of life here. Why shouldn't you participate in that enjoyment soon after you move into your new house? Why wait? Think about it. With a swimming pool, your yard becomes an outdoor extension of your home. Your living space expands to include your backyard oasis. It feels like your house is bigger!
DID YOU KNOW?
Swimming became a part of the Olympic Games in 1896.