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What is the average cost of an in-ground pool?

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The average cost of an in-ground pool is just under $22,000. The dimensions and features of the pool affect the overall cost. The type of swimming pool installed also affects the cost.

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What is the average cost of an in-ground pool?
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Another factor that affects the cost of installing an in-ground pool are local regulations regarding the installation of safety fences. In addition to the costs of installing an in-ground pool, consider the costs of maintenance. In addition to daily care to insure that the water is safe for swimming, the parts of in-ground pools occasionally need to be replaced. All of these ongoing expenses factor into the overall cost of an in-ground pool.

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