Why Winter is the Hottest Time to Buy a Pool

With winter setting in in Indiana, thinking about buying an in-ground swimming pool might just be the last thing on your mind. However, winter is a great time to start planning and budgeting for a new pool.

Here are FOUR key reasons to consider purchasing a pool in the winter.

Off-Season Pricing.

Winter is a great time to take advantage of this year prices. Just like all businesses purchasing raw materials, pool builders face the same price increases year-over-year. Buying a pool now will lock you into this year’s pricing and protect you from any raw material cost increases.

Ample Time for Research. inground_pool

Buying a pool is a big decision that involves many detailed processes. Starting the research and planning an analysis now provides plenty of un-rushed time to consider the type of pool you want and the features you want to include.

Sort, Cull and Plan Your Landscaping.

Much of your backyard will be dormant these next few months. The grass and landscaping are hibernating for the season. It’s the time to brainstorm what goes, what stays and what new landscaping needs to be in your plan. It might even be an optimal time to dig, too!


Winter in Indiana sometimes just does not leave Hoosiers with much to look forward to. (IU or Purdue Basketball not withstanding!) Just think how exciting it will be to open your beautiful new pool! Planning and buying in the winter gets you on the next seasons schedule that much earlier!

Are you ready to outsmart other shoppers by purchasing a pool in winter? Pools of Fun wants to be your professional resource for pool purchases, installations, pool accessories and outdoor living furniture and design. We will guide you every step of the way through the purchase process and beyond.

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