How to save money on pool fill-ins?

Posted: June 6, 2013 in Construction

It is surely a pleasure to have a pool in your backyard. You can take a dip in the cool water on hot summer days whenever you want. And of course, it would be great fun to have pool side parties on weekends. But if you have decided to construct a pool, you must be aware that pool construction would cost you quite much. Here is how you can save some bucks on pool fill-in

Do not think of filling in your pool with a hose. An above ground pool takes approximately 5000 gallons of water to fill in the pool whereas an in ground pool takes as many as 20,000 gallons. Depending on where you live, your local municipality may charge you water fees depending on your water usage. You may be charged extra for large scale water usage. So, before you drop in a hose to fill in your pool, check with your municipality about the charges.

It would be better to have water trucked in for filling in your pool. You may arrange for the tanker trucks to carry the water in for you. It would cost you anywhere between $35-40 per 1000 gallons of water. Compared to using a hose, this would be affordable and also a fast way of filling in your pool.

In case you are hiring a pool fill in contractor, he would use the best way to fill in your pool. To enjoy the best, yet affordable pool dig in, hire an experienced contractor who is well versed with the local rules and regulations for swimming pool fill in.


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