What to Do When Your Area is Closing Public Swimming Pools

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Even though it might seem like the economy is doing well, there are still areas that struggle, and maintaining public swimming pools may be more costly than can be justified by the available budget. When a community pool is slated for closure because they don’t have the thousands of dollars needed each year to operate them, your first emotion may be dismay or even anger. However, when you consider the potential concerns over sending your children to a public pool, it might be wise to consider having one designed for your home instead.

Swimming pools make an excellent investment

Swimming pools make an excellent investment as a home improvement because they not only raise the property’s value, but also make it appealing to the largest number of potential buyers. So, while you are enjoying the benefits to your family’s lifestyle, you can also be thinking about how your investment can pay you back down the road.

Private swimming pools are much safer. You don’t have to worry about who else is at the pool when your children are there or if the pool maintenance company is keeping the water balanced and safe. It can be challenging to maintain a large public swimming pool that gets a great deal of use and when most swimmers don’t follow the rule of bathing before they enter the pool. Another advantage is that you and your children can swim whenever you want rather than be limited by the hours set by the community.

If you would like to learn more about swimming pools so you can decide if having one at your home fits your objectives, give us a call at Lake Norman Signature Pools & Patios. We offer a wide variety of swimming pool designs and options as trusted swimming pool designers with several years of experience in the design process. Call today to learn more.