• 4 Reasons to Build a Pool in the Fall

    August 2, 2017
  • While it certainly pains us to admit it, there’s no denying that the fall season is rapidly approaching. This transition may feel like, to many people, an end to pool season. However, it doesn’t have to be. There are actually several key benefits to booking a fall pool installation, making it the perfect season to get your job done and you backyard ready for the next time sunny weather rolls around:

    1. Maximized Summer Swim Time

    One of the best parts about starting your pool build in the fall is that you’ll be able to maximize your swim time next summer. Get your project rolling now, and start swimming sooner once the warm weather hits again.

    2. Lower Demand

    It’s not surprising that most homeowners consider spring an optimal time to build a pool. After all, the weather is just starting to warm up and it’s likely getting easier to picture that sparkling backyard oasis now that some of the snow has melted away. That being said, a great benefit to a fall pool build is the decreased demand. Most people aren’t planning on building a pool in the fall, so you’ll likely be able to receive even more personalized attention than what would be offered during peak season. Scheduling may also be a bit more flexible with both your pool builder and other contractors, since they don’t have as many other jobs to fit in too.

    3. Less Stress

    Many homeowners purchase a pool in the spring with the intention of having it ready for a special party or other event. While North Eastern certainly does its best to fulfill these wishes, there are certain factors that are out of any pool installer’s control. For example, the weather! Rain can take a massive toll on construction schedules, not to mention other unexpected factors that may arise. Eliminate the stress of having your pool ready for a certain date next summer by starting your pool installation now.

    4. More Preparation

    We’ve covered several benefits of a fall pool build. The downside though? You won’t get that instant gratification of being able to use the pool right away. Believe it or not though, this may be a blessing in disguise in some cases. Sure, you won’t have much time to enjoy your fall build. However, this actually provides you with more time to learn about your pool and master its operations. Winter is the perfect time to curl up with your owner’s manual and prep for an amazing summer with your new pool!