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You buy a candy bar and you don't like how it tastes so you simply toss it and buy another one—no biggie. The cost a candy is not a huge deal in the grand scheme of things. An inground swimming pool, however, is a different story.
More swimming pool advice: Swimming pools are more than a purchase, they are an investment—something that can alter the cost of the house. Plus, an inground pool is pretty permanent. If you're unhappy with a pool it's a bit more complicated to scrap it. For this reason, you might want to do research before buying (try surfing the net and asking friends who have pools).
*Don't forget to factor the costs into your decision. Remember the swimming pool isn't set after it's built. Keep in mind that there are maintenance and up keep costs that will be around as long as you own your pool.