Inground Pool Kits are very much the same as the standard above ground pool kits except that they are made with the intention of looking like a proper swimming pool. The problem with above ground pool kits is that they look like they have been placed there and dont give the look and feel of what we consider to be a proper swimming pool.
Choosing from the various Inground Pool Kits
The choices are somewhat similiar to the normal kits but in most cases it will be a more expensive operation as it will involve some significant earth moving and you might even need to hire some heavy machinery to get it done unless you can hire a crew to dig the required depth.
The problem with Inground Pool Kits
If your back garden is like mine and not accessible to earth moving machinery then using Inground Pool Kits means that its going to take a lot more time and effort to finish it quickly, so the point of the fast installation of an pool kit is somewhat lost. Above ground pool kits can be setup and assembled in under a week but Inground pool kits require a bit more time. Still they are pool kits and it does still give you a cost saving versus a standard pool construction. This also lends more towards the DIY angle since you could simply buy a pool kit and then hire the contractors to install it for you. What you choose depends on your preference and how much your budget is.
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