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**Pool**Price. The

**cost**for a 12-by-24-foot regular

**pool**starts at about $35,000 and goes up to $50,000 or

**more**depending on what's included. An

**infinity pool**typically

**costs**20 percent

**more**than a regular

**pool**if you have the

**infinity**edge on one side.

In respect to this, how much does it cost to have an infinity pool?

Cost of an Infinity Pool Most infinity edge pools add $25,000 to **$35,000** to the price of a pool project. With the cost of a pool project ranging from $40,000 to $70,000 adding a negative edge or an infinity edge can cause stress on a backyard budget.

**pool**will increase the value of your home, but not enough to cover the

**cost**of installing it. On average, it will increase the value of your home by 5%. So, if you have a $500,000 home, you can expect to get about $25,000 more when you sell it with a

**pool**.

Secondly, are infinity pools safe?

Yes, **infinity pools** are **safe**. Remember, the disappearing edge is a visual trick, not an actual disappearing edge. If you swim up to the edge of the **pool**, you'll reach a wall.

An **infinity pool** is a **regular pool with a** negative edge that flows over. Example, the water flows over one edge to give you an "**infinity**" edge. Mostly just for looks.