If you’re thinking about getting a new, inground pool for 2020, it’s important that you begin the pool planning and building process now.
Just like Rome wasn’t built in a day – same thing with your pool. You need plans and building permits to be approved. And it’s a whole lot easier to assure that your pool will be ready when Spring rolls around if you can get construction underway this fall or even in the winter.
If you think it’s okay to wait for construction to begin in March, April or May, you’ll probably be looking at a late June, July or August completion. Remember, we’ve had a lot of rain the last few spring seasons and rain days often add up to lost days where construction simply can’t take place. That’s a lot of potential swim time literally going down the drain.
If you’re like the majority of pool building St. Louisans and have decided to build a concrete pool, Liquid Assets Pools is the right company to call. We’ll work with you to help design the ideal pool for your backyard, designing it to fit the space, grade and overall configuration of your yard as well as any other special considerations like tree removal, power lines or buried cable.
We’ll also help you think beyond the pool – taking into consideration landscaping, your pool decking, pergolas or pool houses or simply how to have your pool area become a natural extension of your living quarters the moment you walk out the back door.
That first initial meeting is an important one to help you fully understand the types of timelines involved in the process as well as all of the various cost implications.
From working closely with you on initial concepts and designs – to applying for permits – to the actual construction of not just the pool, but everything you want and need to turn your backyard into an outdoor oasis, we can help.
But it all takes time. And with October about to hit the halfway mark, we suggest you do as the headline says: Start the pool planning and building process now! Call Liquid Assets Pools at 314-822-SWIM today.
Now in our 15th year, Liquid Assets Pools specializes in designing and constructing gunite concrete pools for its customers in central and eastern Missouri, Lake of the Ozarks and southern Illinois.