The dead of winter is the perfect time to start thinking about planning that new pool that you’ve always been dreaming about installing in your backyard. To help you along, following is a selection of new and renovated pools at different price points from homeowners who have submitted reviews on HomeStars in 2016.

Company: Durham Fibreglass Pools

Price: $70,000

This Ontario homeowner elected to go with a fibreglass pool as opposed to a traditional vinyl liner pool, even though fibreglass is more pricey.

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Company: Dream Pools

Price: $39,000

A lovely 14’X34′ lap pool built was constructed for this Ontario homeowner.

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Company: Classic Pools and Landscaping Inc.

Price: $37,000

Sometimes a renovation is preferred over installing a brand new pool. In this case, the homeowner elected to renovate the existing 30-year old structure to create a salt-water pool. The scope of work included a new concrete bottom, all new liner, pumps, heaters, hose, lights, salt generator and safety cover.

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Company: M.E. Contracting

Price: $33,000

The owners of this ranch bungalow built in 1954 wanted to keep and repair the original pool which was also constructed in the 1950’s. Doing so meant dealing with the very old concrete deck as well as the retaining walls consisting of 60 year old railway ties. The pool deck was cracked and in dire need of repair, and the entire decking system needed replacement.

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Company: Jameson Pool & Spa

Price: $50,000

From consultative design to dig to finish this homeowner had a new pool within 2 weeks.

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Company: Sunshine Pools and Landscape

Price: $59,000

This homeowner had a brand new pool installed, included a retaining wall, concrete patios and re-siding.

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Good luck with your project! When you’re in the planning phases, don’t forget to check out our Pool Pinterest board for lots of inspiration.

Posted by Leslie Andrachuk