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Which above ground pools last the longest?

Which above ground pools last the longest?

Whether you’re looking for an above ground pool with steel, hybrid, or resin components, Backyard Oasis has the most durable options for every category and every budget. The market average life of an above ground pool may be shorter than you think at about 7-15 years.

What shape of above ground pool is best?

The number one reason homeowners choose round above ground pools over ovals is the price. While that may not be shocking, just how much can be saved overall might be. Round pools provide more swimming area at a lower price meaning you’re getting the best price per gallon.

Is it worth having an above-ground pool?

An above-ground pool is, by far, the least-expensive option for a pool. Kids love them, and built-in fencing and locking gate options make them safe as long as an adult monitors them. The main disadvantage of an above-ground pool is that it generally adds no value to your home.

Should I take my above ground pool down for the winter?

Pools very rarely need to be drained completely. If you have a vinyl-lined above-ground pool, leaving it full for the winter will protect the vinyl liner from shrinkage and other damage. Since these pools are above ground level, keeping them full ensures that the wind will not damage the walls, liner, or frame.

Can you do salt water in an above ground pool?

Simply put, steel and aluminum above ground pools are not compatible with saltwater systems. Even when such pools have protective coatings, they remain far too vulnerable to corrosion and oxidation. The only type of above ground pools compatible with saltwater sanitation systems are those made from resin.

Is an above ground pool worth it?

Should I cover my above ground pool every night?

Covering a heated swimming pool at night will reduce heat loss. For a swimming pool that relies on the sun for heat, covering it at night can still make it warm enough to swim in the next day, instead of losing all the heat overnight when the temperatures drop.

Should I cover my above ground pool when it rains?

When preparing your pool for a storm, leave it uncovered. Installing any kind of cover across the pool will not do much to protect against dust and contaminants because storms often bring strong winds and heavy rain that can cause the cover to lift off your pool.