The great plains of North Dakota are a showcase of the beauty that is the American Midwest. North Dakota homeowners typically reside on larger sized lots allowing for some seriously over the top inground swimming pools. However given that it’s one of our northern most states and it’s short summers you will only find 3 months in the calendar in which to fully enjoy an outdoor inground swimming pool in North Dakota. Still, that doesn’t stop North Dakota pool buyers from building residential pools to enjoy during the summer months. Researching North Dakota Pool Prices? Keep reading.
Construction Costs: AVERAGE
Swimming Season: SHORT
Whether you live in Fargo, Grand Forks, or Bismarck. Odds are that if you live in North Dakota, you’ll be be able to use your pool typically from the end of May until around the end of August. Pool buyers in North Dakota typically opt to add on a pool heater to extend their swim season past Labor Day. We also see many homeowners adding on an automatic pool cover to protect their investment during the off-season. Other popular features North Dakota pool buyers add are hot tubs located within close proximity to the house for use during the winter months.
Construction costs for installing an inground swimming pool in North Dakota are on par with what you’ll find around the rest of the country. A quick survey of North Dakota pool builders in multiple cities came back with prices that start in the $38,000-$50000 range which sounds about right for an Inground Swimming Pool in this area of the country. Many homeowners opt to install an indoor swimming pool so that may pad costs a bit. The building permit process for installing a pool in North Dakota are easier in comparison to most states but there are special rules and regulations about installing a perimeter fence around your pool, so plan to spend a bit there as well. We hope you find these tips helpful but always consult with a professional swimming pool contractor first.
Average North Dakota Pool Prices start at $38,000-$50,000 for a basic inground pool. Check prices from local pool contractors below.
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