There are several advantages to having an above-ground pool instead of an in-ground one

The process of building a pool is intriguing in and of itself. You’re aware that from this point forwards, your summers will be far more exciting. Relaxing by the pool, taking a dip, and hanging out with loved ones is a scene that may easily come to mind. Naturally, there are a great many substantial decisions that must be taken before reaching that point. The choice between an in-ground and an above-ground pool is one example. These two varieties represent the vast majority of pools available.

Before we go any further with this piece, we want to make it quite clear that Rock Water Farm does not construct above-ground pools. The fact that certain pool businesses actually construct above-ground pools explains why people sometimes ask us about them.

While there are numerous advantages to having an in-ground pool, we do not want any part of the hassle that comes with maintaining an above-ground pool. However, before making a final decision, you may want to consider the following benefits of having an affordable pool installed.

Owning an above-ground pool has several advantages.

We only construct inground pools because, for the many reasons already mentioned, we firmly believe that they are the best option for our clients. Let’s have a look at some of the most noteworthy advantages.

It’s more appealing to the eye to have a pool dug into the ground.

One of the most significant advantages of having an inground pool placed in Northern Virginia is that it is not an eyesore but rather a beautiful addition to your property. An in-ground pool’s aesthetic superiority over an above-ground one is undeniable. It will still be something that “sticks out” on the land, even if you build a deck completely around it.

  • Most HOAs have rules and restrictions that make it illegal to put up an above-ground pool, so it’s important to know this ahead of time. Getting an above-ground pool may be impossible if you live in a neighbourhood with a homeowners association (HOA).
  • Above-ground pools have all of the aforementioned disadvantages, and they also often do not increase the value of the properties to which they are connected.
  • The addition of an in-ground pool to your backyard will radically alter its appearance.
  • One of the many benefits of having an inground pool is the serenity it can bring to your backyard.

This is a major consideration for many Northern Virginia residents who are thinking about having a pool installed in their backyard. They want their backyard to be a “destination” where they can gather with loved ones more often, and not only because they like going for swims.

With an above-ground pool, this is just not doable.

Actually, keep in mind that an above-ground pool is technically a “temporary pool.” Even if you have invested much time, energy, and resources into it, it is not a permanent solution.

You Can Pick From Many Options. When You Have a Pool Dug Into the Ground

Having an in-ground pool also allows you to make it uniquely yours by selecting from a wide range of options, which is a major perk. To a large extent, the shape and depth of an above-ground pool are predetermined by industry standards. Above-ground pools are available in either a round or an oval shape, but these shapes cannot be altered. To rephrase, above-ground pools provide little customization choices.