Why Fall is the Best Time of Year for Building a Pool

Summer just ended, school is back in session, and the weather is thinking about getting colder. The holidays are on the way and you’re getting ready for the end of the year. Building a swimming pool may be the last thing on your mind right now. The leaves are getting ready to fall and you’re thinking about Thanksgiving turkeys and Christmas wreaths, after all. But did you know it’s actually one of the best times to build a pool?

3 Advantages of Building Your Pool in the Fall

It’s very common to build a pool in the spring or summer when the sun is out and it’s getting hot outside. You and your kids are ready to swim! Because of this, however, many people don’t think about building one in the fall.Consider the following 3 advantages of building your pool this fall..

1) Cooler Weather for Pool Design & Construction

It’s always better to work outside in the moderate weather of the fall. The construction team building your pool will be able to focus more clearly on the work they’re doing.The cooler temperature provides a much more pleasant environment for hard work.

2) Slower Season Means More Attention for Your Project

During peak season, a contractor might have several projects on their mind all at the same time. Fall is typically a slower season, so they will be able to give your pool design extra attention.

3) Plenty of Time to Build Before Pool Season

If you begin building your pool in the spring, there’s no guarantee it will be finished in time for the start of summer. Spring showers and storms cause unforeseen delays that can push project completion into the summer months. By starting in the fall, you’re giving yourself plenty of time to have it completed for the summer. Plus, you can also have additional landscaping and hardscaping done as well.

Getting Started

If you’ve been thinking about building a pool, consider getting started this fall instead of waiting for the spring or summer. The cooler weather and slower season provide the best work environment, plus you’ll have plenty of time to make sure it’s ready for the summer.

Contact Us to learn more about pool design ideas and options or to get started building your pool this fall.