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For centuries, pools have been one of America’s favorite summer pastimes. Wading in the cool water on a blistering summer day is a moment fit for a king. Unfortunately, due to the financial commitment and burdens of having an in ground pool, you almost had to be a king to afford one. Between the years of 1940-1960, a plethora of companies began tinkering with and developing a new frontier of pools. America soon welcomed the concept, design, and implementation of a modern-day above ground pool. New innovations in pool architecture permitted the average hard-working family to indulge the lap of luxury without ever having to leave their property.
Flash forward to more recent years, above ground swimming pools have become a prevalent alternative to traditional pool ownership. Do not take my word for it; the numbers and facts speak for themselves.
Rec Warehouse, one of the largest sellers of pools and spas in the country, selling over 250,000 above ground swimming pools alone. The founders, Gary and Don Doebler, saw a void in the marketplace when they learned consumers wanted the benefits of an in ground pool but did not have the time, space, commitment or financial stability to afford such a substantial addition to their home. After finalizing their research, the brothers of Rec Warehouse decided there was a need for a knowledgeable and trustworthy company to offer this beloved American pastime in a more convenient, economical and still reliable package. Since 1974, the Doebler family has leveraged its pool expertise and commitment to excellence to continue growing the company.
Pools Are Fun, Yet Costly: Expenditure: Since opportunity cost is undeniable for large purchases, budget dictates pool size and type options. Home Advisor, Angie’s List and Fixr.com all examine the expenses of above ground versus in-ground pools. Considering the costs displayed on these sites, an above ground pool can be purchased, installed and maintained for a sixth or even a tenth of the price of an in ground pool. Coincidentally, Rec Warehouse offers above ground swimming pools for as low as $500 plus installation. This figure difference allows a myriad of families to still obtain the benefits of a pool without breaking the bank.Considering the costs displayed on these sites, an above ground pool can be purchased, installed and maintained for a sixth or even a tenth of the price of an in ground pool.
Capture the Perfect Fit: While in ground swimming pools typically range in 3 standard sizes, Rec Warehouse offers over 8 different above ground models and sizes. This flexibility allows for a an optimized backyard fit, especially if there is only a small space allocated. With the increased size options, backyard space isn’t wasted, allowing family and guests to partake in other outside activities.
Focus on Time and Commitment: In ground pools are permanent structures that require planning, contractors, and permits. They increase property taxes and require a greater level of insurance liability. Contrasting traditional in ground pools, above ground pools do not involve digging, leveling or tiling. Above ground pools are often pre-assembled, shortening installation time. Rec Warehouse offers a complete pool setup package to assist a new pool owner.
Filtering out the competition: Purchasing a pool should not be a decision taken lightly. The excitement can cloud even the miser-minded. Before pursuing this venture, it is imperative that the consumer is buying from a reputable swimming pool company, obtaining options through an educated staff. Rec Warehouse has 43 years of experience in quality products, fair pricing, and customer satisfaction.
(Source:Rec Warehouse, Kennesaw, Georgia, left to right: Bob, Tim, Adam)
As the company evolved, Don’s son, David Doebler, took over and restructured the business model with innovative and fresh ideas. With 3 current locations spanning across Georgia in Kennesaw, Norcross and Jonesboro, Rec Warehouse has strived to acclimate itself and fully embrace the changes in the marketplace. This includes an online footprint that enables the company to connect with customers digitally across the country, while still saving buyers superfluous fees with free shipping. The Rec Warehouse family is actively involved in the community and respected by neighboring businesses. Rec Warehouse is a principal name in the industry and strives to bring more happiness and playtime to American families.
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