I was just quoted $3535 for a Meyco pool cover - $2772 for the cover,
$625 to drill the holes + 138 VA tax . My pool is only 650 square
feet. This seem excessive. Is this the top of the line company? Are
there others that are just as good but less expensive?
ours is above ground, but yours requires more money to be able to walk
across it at grade.
sounds like you are installing a custom sized non-standard safety
cover. my google shows lots of choices. but it will be an experienced
installer you will also seek. it's winter, the covers are in place, ask
for local references of customers with older covers.
Boom Stick wrote:
I would hate to say it but the price is ok. As buffalobill mentioed
you will need a good installer. This is something that you would want
a experienced company to install.
The Price is a bit steep. Most pool companies should offer free
installation with the purchase of a pool cover. Now granted you have a
free form so yes the cost of the cover should be a little more but not
by much. Did you get a solid or mesh and are the panels 5x5 or 3x3. A
solid cover cost more than a mesh cover and a 3x3 cost more than a 5x5.
I would probably shop around. No knock on meyco covers but maybe look
into Loop-Loc or the Coverlon. Just a suggestion. Hopefully this
helps you look more into it.
It will be mesh with 3x3 squares. I will get estimates from Coverlon
& Loop-Loc to make sure the one from Meyco is in line. Thanks for
On 19 Dec 2006 05:41:39 -0800, "Your Local Pool Guy"
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