Alan Bettin Swimming Pools

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Swimming Pool Installation Surrey & Hampshire

The Ultimate in Relaxation and Leisure

ESCAPE FROM EVERYDAY LIFE

If you’re looking to enhance your property and create somewhere where you can truly relax after a long, hard day, then speak to Alan Bettin Swimming Pools of Farnham. From swimming pools to saunas to steam rooms a, we specialise in creating places where you can relax and unwind. If you’re looking for a indulgent relaxation heaven like no other then you’re in the right place as we also provide hot tubs in Surrey, Hampshire and all surrounding areas.

EXPERIENCED POOL BUILDERS

With over 50 years of experience in the industry, Alan Bettin Swimming Pools is your first choice when it comes to transforming a part of your Surrey home into your own personal paradise.

DISCUSS YOUR IDEAS WITH OUR SWIMMING POOL BUILDERS

Ready to start planning your new swimming pool? Or looking to create an environmentally friendly swimming pool? Contact our team in Farnham today and we’ll arrange a convenient time to pay you a visit and complete a free site survey and quote.

WHAT AREAS IN SURREY DO YOU COVER?

We cover all the major settlements in Surrey such as Woking, Guildford, Walton-on-Thames, Ewell, Esher, Camberley, Redhill, Leatherhead, Epsom, Weybridge, Ashford, Egham, Staines, Farnham, Horley, Godalming, Reigate, Caterham, Frimley, Cobham, Dorking, Addlestone, Ashtead, Chertsey, Oxted, Haslemere, Banstead, Cranleigh, Warlingham, Lightwater, Hindhead, Witley, Virginia Water, East Horsley, Bagshot, West Clandon, Send, Whitebushes.

WHAT AREAS IN HAMPSHIRE DO YOU COVER?

We cover all the major settlements in Hampshire such as Southampton, Portsmouth, Basingstoke, Eastleigh, Gosport, Farnborough, Andover, Aldershot, Horndean, Winchester, Havant, Locks Heath, Warsash, Whiteley, Fareham, Fleet, Totton, Hedge End, Stubbington, Hythe, New Milton, Emsworth, Alton, Romsey, Bordon, Tadley, South Hayling, Lymington, Petersfield, Yateley, Ringwood, Blackfield, Hook, Blackwater, Bursledon, North Baddesley, Liphook, Netley, Bishop’s Waltham, Liss, Marchwood, Denmead, Fordingbridge, New Alresford, Oakley, Headley Down, Kings Worthy, Four Marks, Hamble-le-Rice, Whitchurch.

FAQs

How much does it cost to have someone install a pool?

The cost to have a professional to install a pool depends on the size of the build and the materials used. For example, more attractive, concrete and mosaic-tiled pools may cost more than a one-piece fibreglass installation.

How much does it cost to install a swimming pool UK?

The average cost of a DIY swimming pool installation in the UK is £7,000-10,000. Understandably, the cost for a professional company to install your pool will be higher than this and will also depend on the type of pool you choose and where you’d like it to be installed.

Do you need planning permission to install a swimming pool?

You do not usually need planning permission to install an outdoor swimming pool, however, there are exceptions for those living in areas of outstanding national beauty, green belts or in listed buildings. Indoor swimming pools are subject to building control and planning applications, like any other extension project.

How long does it take to install a pool?

A concrete pool can take between 2 to 4 months to install. Stainless steel, panel systems or pre-fabricated DIY pools can be much quicker to install but might not have the same longevity.

What is the cheapest way to install an inground pool?

The cheapest ways to install an inground pool are by:

  1. Choosing vinyl over concrete or fiberglass. They are much cheaper, but do require more upkeep and are more vulnerable to damage.
  2. Building a much smaller swimming pool. Cut down on construction, labour and maintenance costs by having a modestly sized pool.
  3. Using a pre-fabricated pool kit. Taking the DIY approach can be satisfying but you will not get the same finish that would be achieved by a professional.
  4. Booking installation for the off-season. Some pool installers are quieter during autumn and winter, so you may be able to get a cheaper deal.
  5. Resist buying extras. Swimming pool accessories and additions can mount up costs. Cut back on these to keep your pool installation as cheap as possible.

How can I afford a pool?

You can make a pool easier to afford by choosing the right size, type of pool and add-ons to suit your budget. You should also consider the maintenance and upkeep costs associated with running your pool before committing to a build.

Is financing a pool a good idea?

Financing a pool is a good idea if you are financially prepared to do so. The costs of installing and maintaining a swimming pool should not be taken lightly, so you must be able to ensure that you are prepared to for it in the long term, as well as the short term.

What is the least expensive pool?

The least expensive in-ground swimming pools are typically vinyl liner swimming pools. They offer better value for those who want a larger swimming pool but find that concrete or fibreglass finishes are out of their budget.

What credit score is needed for a pool loan?

There’s no specific credit score that you’ll need to apply for a personal loan for your pool, however, most banks only offer a maximum of £25,000 as personal loans. Whilst you may be able to secure a loan through a financing company, the interest rates may make this against your own financial interest.