It is important that you have a budget to begin with, doing this will give you and the pool construction business some boundaries to work with. Sad to say, not all pool construction business provide a great designer, so be sure that your voice is listened to and request details when reviewing the job with the contractor. Listed here is a list of important questions that may help you when discussing with prospective pool tradesmans.
– Does your spending plan permit altering the shape of the pool?
– How many litres is the capacity of the pool? (This is useful also for when you need to work out the amount of chemicals you’ll need to keep your pool hygienic).
– What sort of warranty does the contactor offer for the pool, does it encompass everything?
– What kind of Coping do you recommend? (This is the coating, if could be Tiles, concrete, or something like a Pebblecrete surface).
– What’ll be close to the pool? (There’s a good factor why grass is not optimal in the pool area, it will result in filling up your filter with grass clippings).
– What variety of filtration unit is supplied?
– Lastly, the big questions, does the pool contractor understand pool safety laws in your community? Do they account for them during concept and development? And, are they ready to collaborate with your pool fence company?
There are also a great deal of areas that may inflate the cost of your pool.
Extra costs you might have to consider.
– Landscape design.
– Additional concreting.
– Pool Safety Fence, – Glass, Semi-frameless, Frameless, Aluminium or a combination?
– Pool chemicals.
– Water (if from the council, or by the truckload if on tank water).
– Servicing/Maintenance (not for everyone, but if you don’t have the time to do it yourself, could be an option).
– Pool safety fence inspector for certification (mandatory in all states in Australia).
Many people don’t think about the fence until after the swimming pool has been built, this can cause issues when it comes to installing your pool fence, whether it will be glass or aluminium. When you plan your project make sure that you seek advice from a quality pool fence company in the conceptual stage so that you can get a fence designed which will maximise the potential of your outdoor pool area. It is also necessary to recognize what kind of costs you could be up for. Because it can be very discouraging to spend your whole budget on the pool, only to realise that you can only purchase a cheap, tacky looking fence. An aluminium pool fence is not something you want surrounding your latest investment as they can quickly become an eyesore– opt for something worthwhile that will enhance the value of your pool.
If you want to talk to a Gold Coast glass pool fencing company about how we can work with you to put in your next pool fence, give us a call on 1300 937 902 and take a look at a few of our success stories at our pool fencing website