Florida Swimming Pool Construction Update – February 2019  

An HBW Report on the latest permitting activity for new swimming pool construction in Florida during the month of February 2019

Based on HBW’s latest construction permit reports, there were 1,645 swimming pool starts with a total construction value of approximately $77 million in Florida last month.  The Southwest ranked #1 for total new permits (404 permits) on file with HBW for the one-month period, and the average value of new pool construction statewide ranged from as low as $44k (Southeast) to as high as $55.5k (Jacksonville).

Here is a closer look at new swimming pool permits and leading pool builders in Florida for the month of February 2019:

Southwest

In the southwestern portion of Florida, there were just over 400 new pool permits with a total construction value of nearly $18 million added to the HBW database for the month of February.  The average value of new pool construction ran close to $44.5k, and more than half of all new permits originated from the counties of Collier (142 permits) and Lee (124 permits).

Out of the approximately 90 active builders on file for the month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits in the area:

Builder Total Permits
Aragon Pools & Spas 58
Coast to Coast Pools 30
Pinnacle USA 26
Aquadoc 24
Serenity Pool & Spa 23

 

Tampa

Last month, Tampa ranked second for new pool construction, having just over 370 new permits with a total construction value in excess of $18 million.  The average value of new pool construction was $48,765, and the county with the greatest concentration of new permits was Hillsborough (135 permits).

Out of the approximately 110 active pool builders in the area last month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits on file:

Builder Total Permits
Dreamscapes Pools & Spas 31
Olympus Pools 29
Challenger Pools 26
Tampa Bay Pools 18
Gulfstream Pools & Spas 16

 

Orlando

In Orlando, there were approximately 360 swimming pool starts with a total construction value in excess of $16.2 million last month.  The average value of new construction was $45,050, and the county with the highest concentration of new construction activity was Orange (113 permits).

Out of the more than 80 pool builders on file for the month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

Builder Total Permits
Bobs Pool Service 63
Dreamscapes Pools & Spas 24
Atlas Pools of Central Florida 18
All Seasons 18
Myrick Pools 16

 

Southeast

In the southeastern region of Florida there were nearly 330 new swimming pool permits with a total construction value of approximately $14.5 million added to the HBW database last month.  The average value of new construction was close to $44k, and the county with the highest concentration of new pool construction activity was Palm Beach County (104 permits).

Out of the more than 120 active pool builders on file for the month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits:

Builder Total Permits
A&G Concrete Pools 20
Treasure Pools & Service 19
Pools by Greg 14
Louden Bonded Pools 13
RHR Pools 11

 

Jacksonville

Last month, there were 180 swimming pool starts with a total construction value of nearly $10 million in the Jacksonville area.  The average value of new pool construction landed on the higher end of the spectrum in comparison to other regions (average value: $55,520), and the counties with the greatest amount of new permitting activity included St. Johns (67 permits) and Duval (44 permits).

Out of the nearly 65 active pool builders in the area last month, the following ranked as the top five for total new permits on file:

Builder Total Permits
Island Pools 12
Superior Design Pools 11
Blue Haven Pools 10
Crystal Pools & Spas 10
Watson Outdoor Services 9

 

To gain more information on the builders, homeowners and permits for the construction activity above, check out HBW for your copy of the latest construction data reports. To gain access to the HBW database and receive custom and detailed reports on the latest residential and commercial building activity in Florida, Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and Oklahoma, please contact HBW for details.

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