By Jennifer Adamson
DISCLAIMER: The information in this article was fact checked and accurate at press time, but 417 Magazine cannot guarantee its accuracy indefinitely.
Before you take the plunge and spend your hard-earned dollars on a pool, make sure you know what you’re getting into. With so many options, Fishel Pools (417-886-6699, fishelpools.com) and Doug’s Pool & Spa (417-882-7665, dougspoolandspa.com) help us break down the four most popular types of pools installed locally.
Ready to Buy?
Not sure if being a pool owner is right for you? Experts from both Fishel Pools and Doug's Pool & Spa suggest talking to a professional. Most pool stores have sample products on hand and offer one-on-one instruction that can guide you in making your decision. You can also ask for a booklet that explains different chemical treatments to give you a better understanding of the upkeep required.
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