Savings Analysis

From the Moment the pool is drained, DECKOVER starts to pay you back.

Most people don't realize what their swimming pools really cost. Remember that the cost of the pool is relative to the size. The average payback time for a Deckover pool cover is LESS than 4 Years. Sometimes much less.

Example of Average Pool Costs
 
Electricity $68
Chemicals $30
Water $18
Pool Cleaning Components and Hoses $14
Pool Maintenance Labor $45
Pool Replastering (Averaged over 10 Years) $33
Insurance $10

Potential Monthly Savings

$218

Annual Savings
$2,616!!

*This payback is based on averages and may vary for your particular situation.

Deckover vs. Fill-In vs. Replastering

 

 
Deckover
vs.

Dirt Fill-In

vs.
Replastering
Initial Cost Similar   Similar   Similar
Add Storage Area   -   -
Retain Value in House   -  
No Liability in Home Sale*   -*  
Stops Maintenance     -
Stops Costs   -   -

Why Deckover?

  1. COST SAVINGS - From the moment the pool is drained, your pool retirement starts to pay you back.
  2. MAINTENANCE COSTS KEEP RISING - The cost of water, chemicals, insurance, and maintenance go on and on
  3. YARD SPACE - Does your pool take up a large section of your backyard? Put DECKOVER up and take the pool fence down! IMAGINE THE NEW SPACE!
  4. VALUE - Retain the value of a pool in your home's resale price.
  5. BEAUTY - It becomes a new backyard focal point. Ready to entertain at your next party! Changes an eyesore liability into a beautiful asset.
  6. SAFETY - Protect your loved ones or beloved pets
  7. NO MORE DANGEROUS CHEMICALS
  8. GAIN STORAGE SPACE - Store items below deck
  9. NO MORE HEADACHES.
    CONCERNED ABOUT LOSING THE VALUE IN YOUR HOUSE?
    TIRED OF THE CONSTANT HEADACHE?
    DO YOU NEED TO SPEND MONEY TO KEEP YOUR POOL WORKING?


*Remember: if you fill in a pool and hide it under the dirt, you must disclose that fact upon selling the home. The excavation costs for a new pool in the location where the old one was, could be astronomical.

Filling in a pool creates an expensive liability to the home. If you replaster, the beast continues to eat. The costs and maintenance goes on and on.