An above-ground pool is easier to maintain, mostly because of their size. They can also be moved from their original location and relocated someplace else, if at sometime you decided you didn't want it anymore. In-ground pools, in most cases, increase the value of your home, as well as created buyer appeal, if you decided to sell. In-grounds are considerable more expensive, but once you got it...you got it. Same is true for most above grounds. They are very well made these days as opposed to twenty years ago, when an above ground pool may last a year or twenty years, according to what type you bought.
I think you are asking about above-ground, versus a concrete inground. In ground:PROS:Nice looking, more durable/not very suceptable to damage or UV detioration (except for ground shift). Last many years (30+, if maintained well and in good soil) CONS: Expenseive to build. Expensive to repair. Permanent. Ground shifting, as with clay soils, cn cause structural damage. You are stuck with the design/style you have. Above ground:PROS: Cost less. Easy to put up. Easy to take down. Easy/inexpensive to get the latest style/features CONS: Some people consider them tacky compared to inground. More subject to damage and UV deterioration. Do not last very many years(3-5) I have inground gunite pool. I like the look of it, but if I were starting from scratch I would probably opt for an above-ground pool. == == Pros: don't have to deal with walls cracking, easier to install and cheaper, easier to clean since it has a smooth surface, quicker to install. Cons: can't let your animals swim on it for they might scratch the liner, can be subject to puncture and locating it could be hard.
Depends on alot of things per the customers wants and needs. However, the more obvious pros and cons: An inground pool is a permanent structure and therefor affects your taxes. An above ground is temporary and does not. Cost, inground is more expensive, although you can get really close to a inground price on some of the fancier above grounds. Above ground pools do not usually need extra fencing, where ingrounds are usually required to be fenced per Code. Most people who spring for the inground pool get a deep end, therefor increasing your water volume and increasing the amount of chemicals you need for upkeep. Inground, you have to winterize, blow out lines, have water pumped out, etc. Above ground you unhook your top hose, let water drain out. When it stops put two plugs in, unhook filter and etc and put them in the garage for the winter. Above ground you can take with you when you move. Check your local codes with regard to fencing. My local code requires a 6-foot high "non-climbable" enclosure for any pool with a depth of 18 inches or more.
The pro of ozone is at atmosphere level. The cons are the ground level as pollutant.
There are some pros and cons for floor pillows compared to chairs. Some of them are comfort, safety, child safety, soft quality, ease of comfort and many more.
Pros are the same as those of an in ground pool. Swimming in the deep end. The only cons are the safety one if you have small children and unless your deck goes all the way around the pool, cleaning the deep end is a little more difficult than for an in ground pool. I enjoy a deep center in a round pool.
They are complex and take much maintenance compared to winged aircraft. They have limited speed.
beer cans are good for the environment, you drink the beer, get drunk, throw the can on the ground, and then beer plants grow out of the ground.
Swimming pool types include above-ground pools, fiberglass pools, vinyl-lined, gunite and poured-concrete pools. Learn the pros and cons of each type of pool.
Had two outdoor concrete pools, and because of various ground shifting from time to time, they would severly crack in 8-15 places. Trying to have the cracks fixed was a nightmare, because of a "void" area in the ground, just kept pouring the fix into the void. Finally buried it. Gunite seems to be the best approach. It has held for over 20 years.
Pros- Road salt melts ice. Cons- Hurts the environment. Contaminates water. Only really works above 20F
The cons of baking food is that the food may be less appealing compared to other cooking methods. Another con is that the baked food makes a spreading smell that people in the building may not like.
Pros: they have company Cons: - if you have a buck and a doe (that are not spayed/neutered) you will probably have babies - They may end up becoming territorial, so you will have to separate them - They may fight
Pros It's interactive It has a lot of fun games.You can get games where you can put your music on. cons The graphics on the games aren't great compared to the XBOX 360 or PS3 It costs more than an xbox 360 in Europe.
When kids are done with their gum, they choose to put in under tesks, tables, chairs, or on the ground.
Pro's: Very easy to learn, fun instrument to play on. Cons: You're very limited to what you can play, compared to say a guitar. You'll find it becomes rather boring once you've mastered the techniques.
The pros of electronic publishing are open access, rapid publication, lower costs, high visibility and international readership. Cons are a perceived lack of credibility compared with paper publications. They also do not have an adequate peer review process.
The pro of Hon office chairs is that they are very high quality. The con is that they can be expensive compared to other types.
pro:Bmx is a fun, cheap sport(compared to motocross) con: many skateparks in the USA dont allow bikes to get in
It has no cons. The zipper is the best with no cons and just pros.
Most of it are cons and these cons are factors of death
Petroleum is good, as it can be cracked and polymerised into other use full chemicals, it is bad because drilling from the ground is expensive
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Cool deck is a real pain to clean. Looking back I would done something else Cool deck is a real pain to clean. Looking back I would done something else
pros: even peasants and serfs are included in the society cons: Because the kings had no lord above them, they had all the power. This created a somewhat oppressive system for anyone who wasn't a king (which was like 99.9% of the people).
There are pros and cons to the LCD panels compared to the modern panels. Examples would be the LCD is better quality, but you need a certain angle to look at the screen properly. There is great information on it here. ww.techmind.org/lcd/index.html