Annual Cost of Owning A Home With A Pool
First off, there is an annual cost to keeping up with having a pool. Think about water, electricity to run the pump, chemicals to keep the water balanced and more.
According to HomeAdvisor.com, you can “expect to spend between $1,200 and $1,800 per year in basic upkeep. Combined with swimming pool repairs and utilities, homeowners can spend as much as $3,000 to $5,000 per year to keep it in good, working condition.”
Upkeep For The Pool
On top of the basic cost to upkeep a Scottsdale home with a pool, you also have to think about the actual maintenance of owning a pool. A pool must be kept cleaned. A pool must be checked regularly. A pool’s chemicals must be maintained. Of course, you are more than welcome to do those things yourself. If you want some help though, you can expect to pay $100-$200 a month for pool maintenance help.
A pool can be fun but don’t forget about the extra costs that come along with owning a home that has some extra benefits.