Concrete Wall Inground Pools
How much do concrete wall pools cost?
A concrete wall inground pool, professionally installed, typically costs between $50,000 – $100,000, depending upon pool size and selected custom options.
Pool & Spa Depot, the premier pool building and service company in Middle Tennessee, will help you choose the right pool for your backyard and your budget. A vinyl liner pool reinforced with concrete walls is a great, affordable option that enables you to achieve a distinctive look for your poolscape. Our friendly design specialists give you all the details to help you design pool of your dreams and provide you with the expertise to create the backyard you have always wanted. Click on the tabs below to learn more about concrete wall inground pools from Pool & Spa Depot, then contact us to set up an appointment.
Concrete Wall Pools
The Best Vinyl Liner Inground Pool Construction Available!
Forget about expensive vacations and create a stay-cation that your whole family will enjoy! Our concrete wall inground pools are constructed of a 10″-thick concrete wall that is rebar-reinforced for maximum strength. The walls of the swimming pool are dramatically stronger per square inch than standard steel or polymer wall options, and feature a 15% deeper pool bottom for a deeper shallow end. These corrosion-resistant pools stand up to oxidizing and rust, so they stay in brand-new condition for the life of the pool. And, if you want to add salt water, the pool can stand up to it without a problem.
Overall, concrete wall inground pools give you the opportunity to customize the size and shape of your in-ground pool and, offer the durability to make your investment last a lifetime.
The Best Inground Vinyl Liner Pool Construction Available!
Pool & Spa Depot’s concrete wall inground pools continue to be our most popular choice among families in Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Cookeville, Bowling Green and Clarksville because they are extremely durable, strong and affordable.
What’s Involved In Building Concrete Wall Pools?
Before ground is broken, a Pool & Spa Depot designer works with you to determine if the pool you want is the best option for your terrain. This is done with an in-person store visit, or it’s done on-site at your location. We offer a free design at the store or we can do a 3D design for a small fee.
Once the pool is designed, we will detail the whole project out and price out your favorite options to take off or add. An install agreement will be signed, and a deposit will be secured. Now, you’re officially on the construction schedule. Once the plans are good to go, the area is marked out to ensure that no underground pipes are hit during construction. Dimensions and grading are once double-checked, then the excavation is dug out.
The installation process is similar to a steel wall pool, except the backbone of the pool is concrete and is not made of steel. Instead, we use pre-molded aluminum forms to meet the design of your pool. Next, half-inch rebar is laid, and then 4,000 PSI concrete is poured monolithic into the forms. We use our signature Pool Bottom mixture to finish all pool floors. Then the concrete is smoothed, and the vinyl liner is installed. A licensed electrician makes all electrical connections, and they take care of your code inspections. The entire area will be backfilled, and decking and coping finish it off. After everything is complete, we clean and grade the yard to ensure that any construction debris is removed, and your yard is ready for summer.
You will then learn how to take care of your pool at our Pool School. Now it’s time to enjoy your new pool!
Adding a Fence to Your Concrete Wall Vinyl Liner Pool
What about a fence? Great question! Most municipalities require the construction of a fence anytime a pool is installed. The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals recommend that pool owners use “layers of protection” to ensure that any swimming or poolside experience is completely safe. A minimum four-foot-high barrier that completely surrounds the pool is recommended. A variety of fencing materials are available from basic safety fencing to decorative wood, iron, aluminum, or vinyl and your Pool & Spa Depot designer can help you decide what will best fit into your budget and complement your poolscape.
Well How Much Does a Concrete Wall Vinyl Liner Pool Cost?
Ok, so now that I know everything that goes into the planning of a concrete wall vinyl liner pool project, what does one cost? What should I budget for the project? There are two things you need to consider when researching the cost of inground pools:
- The initial purchase price of the pool
- The lifetime cost of ownership associated with the pool
First, let’s take a look at the initial cost of just building the pool, and then look at all of the options, to get an idea of how much to budget for each. Keep in mind that these prices will vary greatly from region to region.