Swimming Pool Financing: Investing In A Better Life
MOST OUR CUSTOMERS USE FINANCING.
As with most meaningful life improvements, a swimming pool or spa is an investment. When you consider that pools and spas in Florida can be used almost daily for at least half the year, owning them is one of the most cost-effective activities in which your family can invest. And that is before considering the health benefits.
Similar to purchasing a car or building a home, the total cost of building a pool is highly dependent on your design needs and preferences, as well as landscape factors like the type of soil, access to utilities, and how difficult it will be to get equipment into your backyard.
At Legacy Pools, we offer competitive pricing on only the best and most durable pool construction materials and equipment, but we understand that most families will still need some sort of financing to build their dream backyard. We have a dedicated finance manager and multiple preferred vendor relationships to ensure that all viable options are available to you as your family considers how and when to transform your backyard.
LEGACY POOLS FINANCING OPTIONS
At Legacy Pools, our dedicated office manager, Kristin Black, will be more than happy to talk through swimming pool financing options with you. You can reach her by filling out the form below or calling 321-775-3621.
We are proud to offer a variety of swimming pool financing solutions at Legacy Pools. We have preferred vendor relationships in order to secure the best possible finance programs and rates, and make sure the approval and funding processes moves along quickly and easily.
Because a pool can add value to your home, banks and other lenders often look favorably upon pool financing. Since payments can be spread out over a series of years, the monthly payment is often reasonable enough to make your dream backyard design possible.
REQUEST POOL FINANCING INFORMATION
Because a swimming pool loan is usually secured by your property, the interest on a pool loan may be tax-deductible. You should consult your tax advisor for further information.
You can also learn more about swimming pool budgeting, financing, and pricing in our Frequently Asked Questions section.