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Let’s break down the custom pool purchase hierarchy

The swimming pool construction process usually consists of several phases and can involve many different professionals and companies. Here is a general overview of the purchasing hierarchy when building a custom pool:

Research and Planning: 
This may include researching different pool types, materials, and design options, as well as understanding local regulations and zoning requirements. You can contact a pool designer or pool builder to help you make informed decisions about your project.

Budget and Financing:
Determine how much you can spend on your fundraiser and explore financing options such as loans, home equity lines of credit, or credit cards.

Pool Builder Choice: 
Find local pool builders and get quotes from multiple companies to compare costs and services. Consider factors like the company’s reputation, experience, and warranty options.

Purchasing Materials and Equipment:
Work with the pool builder to select and purchase the materials and equipment needed to build the pool, such as pool decks, covers, shingles, and filters.

Construction & Installation:
This may include excavation, grading, plumbing, electrical and concrete work.

Add additional features or amenities like a pool house, patio, or landscaping.

It should be noted that the specific stages and purchasing hierarchy may vary depending on the pool design and location. Are you looking for a custom pool estimate to get things started?


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