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3 Reasons To Have An Above Ground Pool Installed

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Getting a pool for the backyard is an excellent idea. It can provide hours of fun for your family and friends, and is a great place to gather. However, you have a choice to make when it comes to choosing what kind of pool you would like. You can either go with an above ground pool or a pool that is installed in the ground. This article will discuss 3 reasons to have an above ground pool installed.

More Affordable

Perhaps the best reason of all to go with an above ground pool is that fact that they are much more affordable than a pool that is installed in the ground. You don't have to pay to have a spot dug out, or all of the expensive material required to build the pool. You can instead purchase a large above ground pool for one solid price. The overall cost of an above ground pool generally is between $1500-4000, whereas an in-ground pool can cost you $40,000 or more.  

It Can Have A Deck Built Around It

If you like the idea of an above ground pool, but want to be able to lounge around it, then you may want to consider having a deck built all of the way around it, or at least partially around it. A deck like this looks great and gives your the opportunity to really enjoy your above ground pool. This kind of deck is generally built at the level of the top of the pool, much like the area surrounding a pool that is in the ground. The biggest difference is that the deck around your above ground pool will be made out of treated wood and the patio around your in-ground pool will be made of cement or asphalt. 

You Can Take It Down

If at some point in time you realize that you no longer want the above ground pool in your backyard, either because you want an in-ground pool, you want to replace it, or something else, then you don't have to stress about taking it down. The process will be much easier and more possible than if you had an in-ground pool. You will simply need to remove anything that may have been built around it, and then carefully remove the structure of the pool and drain it. This process likely won't take long, and you won't have to worry about a lot of debris or other items left behind. 

To browse above ground pools for your backyard, check out retailers like Bonnie & Clydes Above Ground Pools & Spas.