Dallas Real Estate and Short Sale Blog: Pool Homes in McKinney Texas

Pool Homes in McKinney Texas

Pool Homes in TexasWith spring just around the corner and the 2014 sales season getting started, many people are looking for homes in McKinney Texas with pools.

As McKinney ages a little we find more and more homes have had pools installed. The vast majority of pools are in-ground gunite although you do see vinyl lined pools from time-to-time. Gunite pools are typically covered in a white plaster giving it the smooth finish but “pebble-tech” and similar surfaces are becoming more common. These alternative finishes hold up longer and require less maintenance.

Pools are either chlorinated or salt water. Either works well, but saline pools are easier on the equipment, clothing, and your skin than chlorine pools. The good news is that chlorine pools can easily be converted to saline.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsTom Branch • January 14 2014 04:19PM

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Hi Tom... We had a pool at our 2nd home in the back, southern exposure. I loved it! It was vinyl, 4 feet deep and as I remember 16 feet across and round. It sat on a pad and our large deck (level with the back patio) was built around it so the top of the pool was level with the deck surface. The pool heater was in the barn/garage next to it and water pipes for filtering and heating it ran under the deck. The kids really enjoyed it. It was chlorinated, and having had that experience, I'm really curious about a saline version. Agreed, much better for skin etc...

Posted by Rene Fabre, Marketing in the Digital Age (First American Title) almost 6 years ago

Tom-I need to look into what it takes to get a chlorine pool converted. Thanks for bringing that subject up.

Posted by Wayne Johnson, San Antonio REALTOR, San Antonio Homes For Sale (Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper REALTORS®) over 5 years ago

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