Six Deadly Pool Purchasing Mistakes (and How to Avoid Them)


This Consumer Information Department's special report is a free guide from Expert Pool Builders to you. It is designed to help educate you about the common mistakes many consumers make when shopping for the right pool. This free report will arm you with just the right facts, information and questions you need to know to make a smart pool purchase.

The Six Deadly Pool Purchasing Mistakes are Frequently Made as a Result of Simply Not Being Informed and Knowing What Questions to Ask. Avoiding These Mistakes Could Save You Thousands of Dollars and Hours of Heartache and Frustration.

So you want to buy a pool but don't know where to start? Perhaps knowing the common mistakes people make when purchasing a pool will help you start off on the right foot. Every day, people get duped into buying the wrong pool, the wrong way, with no recourse or protection. These same people wind up being dissatisfied and even angry because their expectations were not met. Throughout my long career in the pool industry, I have met many people who have made serious mistakes when they purchased their pool. Every year it seems as though I hear the same stories over and over. As a result of talking with scores of pool owners and through my own years of experience in the industry, I have concluded that there are six common mistakes that people make when purchasing a pool. The Solution to Avoiding the Six Deadly Pool Purchasing Mistakes is. . .

Ask the right questions! It's simple. If you ask the right questions, you'll uncover 90 percent of the potential problems that most pool purchasers commonly face. There's always that 10 percent chance that something will happen that you couldn't have foreseen; but, for the most part, you'll be able to avoid almost any surprise. However, if you're like most other pool purchasers, you know so little about pools or pool construction that you don't even know what questions to ask. That is why I wrote this special report just for you. After reading this report, you will be one of those few pool purchasers who "know what they're talking about.'

The first questions you need to ask yourself when thinking about buying a pool are:

  1. Why do I want a pool?
  2. What will my family and I use the pool for?
  3. Who is going to maintain the pool?

Why are these questions so important? Before you can decide what type of pool you want, you need to understand why you want a pool. Is it for family recreation, entertaining guests, physical therapy, exercise, personal recreation or just to keep up with the Jones'? Knowing the answer to these questions will help you avoid the first deadly pool purchasing mistake, which is. . .