Average Cost Of Pool In South Africa

What is a pool?

The pool is a large hole in the ground that has been made and filled with water so that people can swim in it.


Average Cost Of Pool In South Africa

The average cost to build a swimming pool in South Africa: The average cost to build a swimming pool ranges from R60 000 – R120 000.

How Much Does it Cost To Build A Pool In South Africa?

The price of a new swimming pool depends on various factors. The size, depth, shape, cleaning technique, filtration system, and extras will determine the price. Generally, you can expect to pay between R 65 000 and R 120 000 for a new swimming pool.

How much does it cost to run a pool per month in South Africa?

The Cost Of Swimming Pool Maintenance?

50 000 – 64 000 litresR 800 – R 900 per month
65 000 – 79 000 litresR 850 – R 950 per month
80 000 – 95 000 litresR 900 – R 1000 per month
96 000 – 120 000 litresR 950 – R 1100 per month

How long does it take to build a pool in South Africa?

Precast fibreglass pools are the most reasonably priced and in-demand pools in South Africa, according to Bruce Deeley-Smith of Robust Pools. He also explained that fibreglass pools are manufactured in a factory and placed into an excavated hole in the ground, a process that takes about two weeks.

Do you need building plans for a swimming pool in South Africa?

The answer is yes, you not only need plans, but you also need an engineer to sign the plans and you need approval (permission) from the local municipality before you can commence with the build.

Building a swimming pool is adding a structure to your property.

How long does it take to build a pool?

On Average, How Long Does It Take to Build a Pool? Luckily, you may still have time to enjoy your pool this summer! Although many variables impact installation time, the average for a backyard pool is about six to 12 weeks.