- 1 How much does it cost to build a pool deck?
- 2 Is it illegal to build your own pool?
- 3 How big should the gap be between a pool and a deck?
- 4 How much does a 12×12 deck cost?
- 5 How much does it cost to build a 20×20 deck?
- 6 What pool deck surface is the best?
- 7 What is the cheapest pool decking?
- 8 Can you build a deck around an Intex pool?
- 9 Is it cheaper to build your own pool?
- 10 How much does it cost to build a backyard pool?
- 11 Does Intex pool need permit?
- 12 How close to House can pool be?
- 13 How much concrete should go around a pool?
- 14 How much backyard do you need for a pool?
How much does it cost to build a pool deck?
On average, building a pool deck costs around $5,000. Most homeowners pay between $3,000 and $12,000 for this project.
Is it illegal to build your own pool?
Yes, you can! Subcontracting the build of your own swimming pool is not rocket science. When most people think of building their own pool, they think that they would be like the professional pool contractor out digging the hole for the pool, doing the plumbing and electrical, etc. – but this is not the case.
How big should the gap be between a pool and a deck?
The maximum gap between the decking and the pool coping is generally 3/4 inch. Slip resistance, gaps between boards and slope of the deck may also be regulated depending on the local codes. These design requirements should also be considered for any deck adjacent swimming pools or hot tubs, whether in or above ground.
How much does a 12×12 deck cost?
Composite Decking Costs at a Glance
|National Average Cost||$8,064|
|Average Range||$6,611 to $8,901|
How much does it cost to build a 20×20 deck?
Cost To Build A Deck By Size
|Deck Size||Square Feet||Average Cost|
|12×20||240||$3,600 – $8,400|
|14×20||280||$4,200 – $9,800|
|16×16||256||$3,840 – $8,960|
|20×20||400||$6,000 – $14,000|
What pool deck surface is the best?
Poured concrete has been the material of choice for pool decking for decades because it’s durable and water-resistant. When finished with a brushed surface, poured concrete allows swimmers to walk barefooted without the risk of slipping.
What is the cheapest pool decking?
Poured concrete is the most popular – and usually most affordable – pool decking material.
Can you build a deck around an Intex pool?
Sure. Pressure treated lumber lasts just as long around a swimming pool as it does as a patio. I have a setup like this that came with the house. I put that in between the deck and pool.
Is it cheaper to build your own pool?
After some discussion on pool size and shape, I can always say that, as a rule of thumb you will typically save half of what it would cost to have the pool installed by a local pool contractor. The Deluxe and Deluxe Plus pool kits are much more inclusive and include everything needed to build your own inground pool.
How much does it cost to build a backyard pool?
Swimming pool installation costs from $1,000 to $55,000, with inground pool prices at $35,000 on average, and above ground pools at $2,800. The cost mainly depends on the size and depth of the pool and if it’s installed above or inground. Additional features and different types of pools can easily double the cost.
Does Intex pool need permit?
Soft-sided Intex Pools are considered non-permanent and as such are not required to pull a permit, whereas permanent swimming pools do need a building permit.
How close to House can pool be?
National and Local Requirements
There is a national standard that requires that all swimming pools must be at least 10 feet away from the house walls. As mentioned, this will protect electrical wiring from leaks, floods, and splashes.
How much concrete should go around a pool?
For concrete purposes we generally recommend 5′ x 5′ concrete slab. Tanning lounger/ Chaise loungers need a minimum of 8′ of concrete off of the swimming pool.
How much backyard do you need for a pool?
This will depend on the size of your yard and the size of the pool that you want. For example, you should probably have a minimum of 1,200 square feet of space to install a small inground pool that’s around 12 feet by 24 feet (this includes around ten feet on all sides to account for setbacks and patio).