There is no single answer to this question because the cost of a swimming pool can vary greatly depending on a number of factors. For example, the size and type of pool you want will have a big impact on the price tag.
A small, above-ground pool is going to be much less expensive than a large, in-ground pool with all the bells and whistles. Additionally, the pool site location (and whether you need to excavate for your new pool) will also affect the overall cost.
Why not check out our Swimming Pool Price Quotation Calculator to price up your own pool.
When it comes to budgeting for your new swimming pool, be sure to factor in not only the initial purchase price or construction costs, but also long-term maintenance costs like chemicals, cleaning, and maintenance.
To help our customers save on long-term costs of their swimming pool, we provide bespoke service contracts so there are no hidden costs, you simply pay a fixed monthly fee and we take care of the rest.