When it comes to having a swimming pool installed on your property, there are two main options to consider. They include above ground and in-ground pools.
Poor Lifespan: above-ground pools will typically last anywhere from 5-10 years before giving up. This can become an issue if you want to make it a permanent part of your house, as you will need to replace its structure periodically. When compared an expectancy of 40 plus years for in-ground pools, above-ground pools are more like a temporary feature for your home.
The Walls are Wanting in Terms of Durability: the walls of above-ground pools are subjected to a variety of weather elements which potentially leads to damage within a short time. There is a higher likelihood that it may become damaged as time goes by because the walls are likely not to be able to withstand such abuse for extended periods.
Poor Depth: above-ground pools are usually not very deep. They get to only 4 feet in depth without much opportunity for additional depth options.
Poor Aesthetics: while they continue to grow regarding quality and versatility, above-ground pools are still limited in shape and size. You are limited to choosing either a circle, oval or rectangle shape with above-ground pools.