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Bellmore, NY Semi-Inground Pool Installation Questions and Answers

Since 2009, the homeowners of Nassau County have been relying on JAS Aquatics for beautiful, long-lasting, affordably priced swimming pool design and installation services. As a leading Bellmore, NY pool company, we specialize in swimming pools of all shapes, sizes, and styles. Whether you’re interested in a simplistic fiberglass pool or a custom semi-inground pool installation, you can count on JAS Aquatics to create a stunning outdoor living oasis.

Frequently Asked Questions About Bellmore, NY Semi-Inground Pool Installation

A swimming pool offers a wealth of benefits. It can turn a ho-hum yard into a useful, inviting space, provide hours of entertainment, offer welcome relief from the summer’s heat, and can increase the value of your Nassau County property. With so many advantages, you’re seriously considering installing a backyard swimming pool; however, you aren’t quite sure that you want to spend the tens of thousands of dollars on an inground pool, yet you want something that’s sturdier and more visually appealing than a standard aboveground pool.

There’s a solution that offers the best of both worlds: a semi-inground pool installation.

Wondering if you should take the plunge on this innovative type of swimming pool? Read on to find answers to the most commonly asked questions about this type of pool from the premier Bellmore, NY pool company.

Q: What is a semi-inground pool?

Also referred to as an “Optimum Pool”, a semi-inground pool is exactly what it sounds like: a backyard swimming pool that is partially installed in the ground and partially installed above the ground. In other words, it offers the best of both worlds: the durability and quality of a traditional inground pool with the more affordable price tag and quick installation of an above-ground swimming pool.

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Q: Why would someone consider a semi-inground pool installation?

A: There are several reasons why Nassau County homeowners opt for semi-inground pool installation over a standard inground pool or above-ground pool. They’re the perfect solution for yards where installing a traditional gunite pool or fiberglass pool wouldn’t be possible; sloped yards, extremely rocky yards, or in areas where the water table is high and a fully inground pool isn’t possible.

Even in yards that are relatively flat and that aren’t very rocky, Nassau County homeowners opt for semi-inground pool installation because it’s quicker, easier, and generally speaking, more affordable than a traditional inground pool.

Q: What are the benefits of a semi-inground pool installation?

A: A semi-inground pool offers several benefits over a standard inground or above-ground pool. They’re easier and faster to install than inground swimming pools, and the cost is usually significantly lower. When compared to a traditional above-ground pool, a semi-inground pool is easier to customize, is more durable, lasts longer, and is more aesthetically pleasing.

Q: How much does semi-inground pool installation cost?

A: The cost of installation depends on several factors, such as the size, shape, and style of the swimming pool, the materials it’s constructed of, and the Bellmore, NY pool company that you hire. With that said, however, a semi-inground installation is more affordable than installing an inground pool.

Q: How long do semi-inground pools last?

A: Again, it depends on several factors, such as the materials the pool is constructed of, the condition of your Nassau County yard, and how the pool is used. With that said, however, as long as it’s properly maintained, semi-inground pools can last up to 20 years. As a comparison, a standard above-ground pool, even when properly cared for, lasts about 7 to 15 years on average.

Schedule a Consultation with a Leading Bellmore, NY Pool Company

Have more questions about semi-inground pool installation? Interested in exploring the different options and receiving a price quote? If so, contact JAS Aquatics, the premier Bellmore, NY pool company. For more information, call 516-385-7089 and we’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and assist you with all of your needs.


Some information about Bellmore, NY

Bellmore is a hamlet and census-designated place (CDP) in Nassau County, New York, United States. The population according to the 2010 census was 16,218. Bellmore is located on the south shore of Long Island 5 miles from Jones Beach State Park, approximately 27 miles (43 km) east of Manhattan, and 10 miles (16 km) east of the Nassau-Queens Line.

In 1643, Bellmore was a farming and fishing town known then as ‘Little Neck and ‘New Bridge’. Bellmore was settled primarily by Englishmen who crossed Long Island Sound from Connecticut in the middle of the seventeenth century. Preston Bowman purchased a 214-acre (0.9 km2) farm in what is now North Bellmore in 1655. Further south, near the bay, John Smith deeded 100 acres (0.4 km2) to his son, Jeremiah in 1676. John Bedell married Sarah Southard and moved into their new home on Merrick Road in about 1689. Two communities grew out of these beginnings. Smithville (later Smithville South) was named for the many Smith families who lived in the area, and New Bridge, named for the bridge that joined the peninsulas south of Merrick Road.

When the railroad was built through the area in 1867 they arbitrarily named their station Bellmore. Development followed as both communities grew towards the railroad and adopted the name Bellmore. By 1920, the Bellmores had a population of 3000 as well as stores along Bedford Avenue. The town was officially named Bellmore in 1900, when the post office was established.

The Bellmore Memorial Library, was founded in 1948. It was started in an old schoolhouse. This library has lasted since 1948 until present, keeping it as the main library of Bellmore, New York.

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