Kidney-Shaped Pool Prices
Kidney shaped fiberglass pools cost $5,000 to $25,000 for a kit and an additional $10,000 or more for installation. A custom concrete type costs twice as much.
Lap Pools vs. Endless
Lap pools cost anywhere from $40,000 to $60,000. They take up large amounts of space and require 2 to 4 months to install.
Endless pools run $23,000 to $40,000 or more with upgrades such as decking. They work in small spaces by pushing a current against you in an endless cycle. This allows you to swim without moving. They are also self-contained units suitable for small spaces and above ground installation.
Plunge designs cost about half that of a standard size or between $20,000 and $25,000. The smaller size creates the price difference.
Lagoon styles range from $50,000 to $150,000 or more. This highly-customized style uses a freeform shape with added features like a waterfall and grotto.
Swimming Pool with Hot Tub Combo Prices
When combining a hot tub, also called a spa or whirlpool tub, with a swimming pool, expect pay an additional $8,000 to $15,000. You have multiple pool design options:
Above ground next to the pool. An excellent option for creating a waterfall feature to join the two.
In-ground and joined. Excellent for quickly transitioning between them.
As a swim out. The spa is actually part of the overall structure so you can swim between them.
Hot Tub & Sauna Installation or Repair
You’ll spend anywhere from $1,700 to $35,000 or more on buying and installing a spa, sauna or steam bath. If you already own a unit or kit, you’ll still need to pay for labor.
For labor alone (we’ll discuss material pricing in the next section):
A few other charges you’ll need to consider:
Hot Tub Prices
Hot tubs cost anywhere from $500 to $36,000. Most residential varieties fall in the $3,500 to $15,000 range. The cheapest are simple inflatable hot tubs for either outdoor or indoor use. High-end acrylic tubs easily top $20,000.
Building an enclosure for a hot tub runs anywhere from $5,000 to $30,000. You can purchase enclosure kits for $2,300 to $15,000. Because of the small size, they make excellent indoor additions, so long as you have a dehumidifier system installed.
You’ll pay $1,000 to $10,000 for the kit and labor. The 20-year cost of owning a sauna ranges from $10,000 to $22,000 including the initial install. These units are available as both interior built-ins and freestanding exterior models to fit any home configuration.
Pool Features, Options and Addon Costs
Features and addons run anywhere from $600 to $20,000+. In addition to the initial budget, you’ll want to include a few other features for comfort and safety.