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Don’t Go Another Summer Without a Pool!

While the valley may still be experiencing triple-digit temperatures, the Labor Day holiday weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. Plus, there is only a few short weeks away from the official beginning of fall. The autumnal equinox is on Tuesday, September 22, 2020.

Before you say farewell to summer, reward yourself and your family to a backyard pool by contacting a swimming pool builder.

The time frame for construction is usually about six to twelve weeks, so if you act fast, you may still be able to dive in before the chill of winter. Of course, if you add either a gas heater or heat pump or integrate an inground spa, you can swim uninterrupted.

Design Your Dream Pool

Whether you have dreamed of recreating a tropical resort’s relaxing atmosphere or the fun-filled experience of a water park, a swimming pool builder can make your backyard your favorite destination to escape, building the pool to your exact specifications.

Today’s builders offer stunning pool designs in a wide range of sizes and shape for almost every backyard. These can be enhanced further with various water features such as lazy rivers, grottos with waterslides, integrated inground spas, and swim-up refreshment areas.

A swimming pool builder can also construct outdoor living creations that flow with the pool to transform your backyard into a retreat. Feature-rich outdoor kitchens, fireplaces with built-in seating and exterior flat-screens, and attached gazebos are popular options.

Connect with a Swimming Pool Builder

Affordable Pool Builder is committed to helping Arizonans make their dreams of having an outdoor oasis a reality by providing referrals to Phoenix pool builders who excel at constructing superior quality inground pools and spas.

The companies we partner with offer three-dimensional models and flexible, low-rate financing to help you visualize what a pool or spa built in your choice of design will look like in your backyard. Make a splash by contacting us today at (480) 254-5530.

Resources:
“Autumnal Equinox 2020: The First Day of Fall.” The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

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