Pools and Fountains

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Residential Pool and Fountain Services in San Diego, California

The American dream: a stable job, happy family, white picket fence, and of course, a swimming pool to cool down in when the San Diego summers leave us sweltering.

Le Perv Landscaping specializes in the installation and maintenance of pools in San Diego. In addition, Le Perv Landscaping also installs fountains and other striking water features that will set your yard apart from all others in your neighborhood.

Great for Exercise

Pools are fun, and they offer more than just a venue for floating and cannonballs.

Swimming is among the most effective ways to get a cardio workout, and it’s a lot of safer than its alternatives. For example, getting a cardio workout by jogging will actually do much more damage to your body over time because your ankles absorb the impact with the ground thousands upon thousands of times.

Swimming is much gentler on the joints, so you can exercise without having to worry about any possible long-term damage.

Add Value to Your Property

Should you ever decide to sell your home, you may find that you are able to make more of a profit if you have water features on your property than if you didn’t.

Indeed, water features like pools and fountains have been proven to increase the value of your property. According to an Arbor National Mortgage study, houses that were appraised as having “excellent” landscaping sold for 5% more than houses with “good” landscaping, and houses with “good” landscaping sold for 10% more than houses with “fair” landscaping.

That makes it even easier to splurge on a pool or a fountain, doesn’t it? The initial cost will pay for itself whenever your house sells – you may even turn a profit. Consider it an investment, no an expense.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about residential pools and fountains for your San Diego home, or for any of our other landscaping services.

 

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