Cornelius homeowners can make the best purchase of the year by deciding to incorporate an inground concrete gunite pool this year rather than a vinyl pool. Having a concrete understanding of the pros and cons of each can lead to the conclusion that not only will a concrete gunite pool enhance the atmosphere of your existing décor, it’ll enhance the resale value of your home. Reach out to our Carolina Pool Consultants family for a better understanding of the differences between a vinyl pool and concrete gunite pool.
Vinyl pools are often attractive to homeowners due to their low entry cost- in fact of all pools, vinyl pools cost the least to build. With this said, vinyl pools cost the most to maintain and repair, while creating a quandary if or when you decide to sell your home.
Concrete gunite pools are 100% customizable and extremely durable; in comparison vinyl pool liners must be replaced every 3-8 years, with an average replacement cost hovering around $4000.
These expenses quickly add up, above and beyond any repairs that need to be made should the vinyl liner become scratched or punctured. While the smooth liner can handle smooth objects, if you have kids, animals, overhanging branches or are concerned something with an edge may enter your pool, you risk puncturing the vinyl liners, adding costs above and beyond regular maintenance.
For families looking to get the most out of their backyard, a customized concrete gunite pool offers sustainability, high resale value and the peace of mind that comes with a closed pocketbook. Our pool designers will be with you every step of the way throughout the design and build process to ensure we make your dream pool a reality.