There are several factors that affect the actual pool building process. Each has a specific effect on the process, playing a role on how long it will take for your swimming pool to be built.
The primary factors that help determine the dates when your swimming pool will be completed are the current time of year and your geographic location. It will depend on these two factors whether your pool will be completed quickly or will require several months to be finished.
Other factors that will help you determine when the pool building process will be completed are listed below:
- Current Weather – If you are looking to have an inground Myrtle Beach swimming pool installed, you need to consider the current weather in your area. If it is currently raining, you may want to put the construction off and postpone it to the next season or when the rainy season has passed. Keep in mind that temperature fluctuations, which also happens in early spring and late fall, greatly affect any type of construction.
- The Permitting Process – If you live in an area with permitting process, you may want to hire a builder with skills and expertise in permitting processes. It would also help if you hire a builder who has experience in working with local officials as this would make the permitting process a lot faster.
- Pool Building Site – If you are having your swimming pool installed in an easily accessible site, it will be much easier for your pool builder to finish your swimming pool. If your pool builder will spend most of his time reaching and leaving your pool every day, the building process will take a long time to finish.
- Swimming Pool Design – A swimming pool with a complicated design takes longer than the average swimming pool to be constructed. Some of these complicated designs include detailed tile work, specialty finishes, automatic covers, and in-floor cleaners. If you have more than one specific design, you may want to consider doing the entire building process in phases to ensure that you and your pool builder are focused.
On average, a Myrtle Beach swimming pool can be built in about 60 days. For a more specific estimate, ask your pool builder to create a construction calendar for you. This will also help you to know what stage the building process is even when the pool builder is not available to give you an update.
Call Russell Cooper Pools now for more pool building information.
Russell Cooper Pools
101 Folly Rd. Myrtle Beach, SC 29588