The pool business is a $15 billion-dollar industry comprised of establishments that construct a wide range of swimming pools, including in-ground pools, swimming ponds and indoor pools. During the worst part of the recession, homeowners were scaling back on maintenance necessities but consumer spending has increased in recent years as people are beginning to splurge on higher-end equipment and supplies. Increased investment from the residential building market has expanded industry demand.
The regions with the greatest concentration of pool industry establishments include the Southeast followed by the West and the Mid-Atlantic regions. The warm weather in the Southeastern region is one of the main reasons for this industry's concentration, given the popularity of outdoor swimming pools in the region. However, global warming and climate change could be a positive for the pool and hot tub industry as more geographic areas become viable for outdoor pools, hot tubs and outdoor living in general. NASA has reported that 16 of the 17 hottest years ever have occurred since 2000.
If you are considering the purchase of a pool business, Transworld is committed to ensuring the best deal for all parties involved. Transworld Business Advisors will meet with each prospective pool business buyer to determine your abilities and interests, educate you about the search and buying process, and connect you with pool business sellers that match your criteria.
If interested in selling your pool business, Transworld's experienced advisors will offer you full marketing support, including expert valuation and strict confidentiality, as they introduce you to suitable prospective buyers. Transworld will be involved at all stages until the pool business changes hands and even beyond.
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