If you want a pool but do not think you can afford one, you may be surprised to find that you can afford one quite easily if you buy an inflatable pool. Inflatable pools are not what they used to be. You may remember seeing them in people’s yards with little toddlers splashing about. Now they are available in a much larger size for adults to enjoy as well. You no longer have to deal with paying for swimming pool designs and installation; an inflatable pool can be just as big as a traditional one these days.
The advantages of inflatable pools is that they are inexpensive, can be set up in very little time, do not cost a lot of money to keep the water circulating or require much chemicals, and can be installed on top of the ground anywhere you have enough space.
Large inflatable pools cost less than eight hundred dollars. It includes with the pool the ladder, pool pump and filter, a ground cover to set your pool on, a cover for the top and all of the necessary pool accessories to get you set up and swimming in a very short period of time. The top of the pool inflates and then you start filling it with water.
The vinyl that the pool is made from is a thick gauge and extra strong to support the water. There is also a plug near the bottom that you can hook a hose to remove the water when you are ready to store the pool after the season is over. By taking the pool down after the warm season and storing it, you do not have to keep the chemicals circulating during the cool season unlike inground pools that require it all year.
You can enjoy splashing and keeping cool in your own pool! Inflatable pools are an inexpensive way to give your family a lot of entertainment in the summer. They are easy to care for with very little maintenance.