Frequently Asked Questions About Pools
When you are mulling over your options about getting a pool for your home, you might come up with a lot of questions. Over the years, we have heard just about every question about pools in the Anderson area. For your convenience, we have compiled these questions and answers for your pool installation and repair.
Q. Does a swimming pool increase the value of my home?
A. Yes, Usually between 8-16%. Where your home is located is a factor as well. Akin to your home, a pool will also increase in value overtime.
Q. Are swimming pools a lot of work?
A. Today there are many tools available to make owning and operating a swimming pool easy. With items like automatic pool cleaners, quality sanitizing products, programmable filtration and heating systems, time is cut down. Technology has certainly come a long way in simplifying pool care and maintenance.
Q. How would I go about choosing the right pool contractor?
A. Ask questions like how long has the company been in business? Ask friends and neighbors that have used the company. Were they satisfied with the results? Over the years, what is the company’s experience? How many pools have they built? Is the company and it’s workers properly insured? Has the company had any complaints made against them?
Q. Is financing available for swimming pools and spas?
A. Yes! Ask your financial institution about a home equity loan. It is usually the simplest way to get the money you need and is tax deductible!!
Q. What are some of the “extras” available for swimming pools?
A. You can have many things added to your pool and it’s surroundings to add the character and special effects you are looking for. Options include fiber-optic lighting, automatic pool cleaning systems, salt chlorinators and the list goes on and on. The question is, “What do YOU want?
Contact Us Today
If you still have questions, we are always happy to help answer your questions.. You can reach us at 864-225-0505. We are located at the intersection of Liberty Highway (Hwy. 178) and Clemson Blvd. (Hwy. 76) beside Wal-Mart.