This depends on buyer. If the buyer will use the pool and can afford to care for it the pool adds value. If the buyer will never use the pool, it is a liability and will reduce value.
Depends on condition size time of year quality
an inground pool increases the value anywhere in america.
no home equity
That depends on the swimming pool and the location of the house.
Some are slate and some are not. These are generally low end tables, and even the slate versions have little resale value.
Unless the balls are made of ivory used pool balls have very little value. Balls go out of round as a result of normal play, and therefore a new set of cheaply made $30 balls is almost certainly superior for play than set that has had a lot of use. Ivory pool balls have sold for more than $200 apiece. If the pool balls are not collectible, such as ivory, they have little collectible value.
Your answer depends on your location. A pool in a Las Vegas building adds a different value -- and expense for upkeep, water and additional insurance, than does a pool in Toronto.
that depends on the size and quality of the pool.
it loses value. value is supply vs demand. many people don't want a pool in their house, you eliminate that group from consideration thereby reducing demand.
I have a 17,000 gal pool with a spillover hottub and was charged $4200 for the job by the contractor. He used Florida gem.
The value is about $100, regardless of size, if it is in excellent condition. There is no resale value to the general public, because slate doesn't go bad. The only potential purchaser is a major retailer who may want the slate to be able to replace a set that was damaged in handling. The slate must be replaced as a set for multiple piece slate.
It does but not very much. My Friends have a pool and I have a 1/2 acre larger lot and slightly smaller house and my appraises for more then their property with a pool
The slate has no resale value for pool tables, except to someone who has badly damaged slate (from dropping it, etc.). Most landscapers use slate regularly and are equipped to handle it. If it cannot be sold as replacement pool table slate (it must be in excellent condition of course and a matched set), the major landscaper is the best customer.
In Florida we only measure the floor of the pool. Lenght x width and you have the square footage for a pool. A 350sqft pool with a nice shell, without too many imperfections , will be done with 28 bags of diamond brite (80# bag). Premium Pool and Pavers, Clearwater, Florida 727 271 5975.
Every pool in Florida needs to have a barrier or safety fence around the pool. An existing structure like a fence in some circumstances may count.
Need more specifics for what your definition of a dive poo is, in Florida a dive pool simple means a poo lat least 8' in depth
I would think it depends on what state you reside. Obviously if you live in Maine, a pool is not going to be used in the same way it would if you lived in Florida. And therefore wouldn't be much of an asset. I do know that regardless of where you live, homeowners insurance rates rise considerably when you have a pool. Our real estate agent says only in-ground pool adds a little value to home meaning you can get a little more for it. Above ground pools do nothing and actually can be hinderance because not everyone wants a pool. thankfully its is removable.
It is in florida and it is not that expensive, many people use them when traveling to Orlando. They have a pool and they also allow pets in the rooms.
This question cannot be answered without knowing the kind of pool, the associated structures i.e pool house, cabana etc., and the location of the property.
The hours of operation for a pool pump may not be in Florida law, but the condominium maintenance and use guidelines for the pool and its accessories are determined by the association that owns the assets.
1/4 inch a day. So 1 3/4 inch a week. I service salt pools in Florida.
The Rate at which a pool evaporates depends on the relative humidity in the air surounding it.