Inground Pool Costs

The million-dollar question on your mind. Thankfully, the pool doesn’t cost a million dollars. There are several factors in determining the price, but all of these factors are set by you. We can work with any budget.

The average base inground pool price ranges from $50,000 to $70,000+ across the states. A base model includes freeform, geometric, and classic-style pool shapes with no spa attached.

Some other elements that may affect cost depend on your geographic location—hard, rocky, or sloping terrain may incur extra engineering costs.

One more factor that will affect the cost of your pool is the type of pool you choose. Gunite, fiberglass, and vinyl all carry different costs over their lifespan. Click each one to find out more.

One thing that makes our pools more affordable to you is our size and buying power. We’ll work with you to make sure you get the pool you want within your budget. Also, due to our partnerships with several great companies, we offer incredible swimming pool financing.

Inground Pool Costs

Cost to Install an Inground Pool

Installing an inground pool comes with a price tag that averages around $40,000, with a potential range of $30,000 to $60,000. However, for customized features and special additions, the cost can exceed $80+,000. If you desire a hot tub alongside the pool, expect an additional expense of $7,000 to $16,000, while pool lighting will set you back approximately $700 to $1,800+.

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