Despite drought, demand for pools in California remains high

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Californians built or rebuilt 11,000 residential swimming pools last year, more than any other year since 2007

June 03, 2015

Despite suffering from one of the worst droughts in its history, demand for swimming pools in California remains as high as ever. Construction Monitor, which tracks building permits, reported that Californians built or rebuilt 11,000 residential swimming pools last year, more than any other year since 2007.

That number could rise to 13,000 this year. But the number of pool installations could fall as local water agencies ban the filling of pools in trying to comply with new state rules limiting water use.

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