Some reasons include aesthetics, recreation, entertainment, physical fitness, and improving the overall quality of life.
Your pool should be installed by a properly trained builder who has references of other jobs. In addition, you should make sure prior to the installation, that the pool is placed in the proper location to take advantage of the sun and view from your home. Something that some people do not consider when deciding to put a pool in their backyard is the impact that the pool will have on your life – your backyard could become the gathering spot in the neighborhood.
As long as your fiberglass pool remains full of water it will NEVER pop out of the ground.
No, fiberglass pools are 17 times stronger and more flexible than concrete or gunite.
Yes, fiberglass Pools are virtually maintenance free. On average, a homeowner can save up to $225.00 per month on their fiberglass Pool maintenance versus other types of pools. In-floor cleaning systems can also be installed to make cleaning even more manageable.
One advantage is that algae will grow on porous surfaces like that of a concrete pool. The non-porous surface of a fiberglass pool will not scrap your skin or tear your swim suites as a concrete pool would.
Absolutely! Salt water swimming pools have become increasingly popular.
Swimming pools make the home more attractive to the buyer and can increase the value of your home/property.
Fiberglass pools can be repaired easily and the repairs are just as strong as the original. Also most repairs are of a cosmetic and not of a structural nature. These repairs can often be performed under water.
When you move, your pool can go with you.
No, we offer over 65 different pool designs. We can modify lengths, widths, steps and benches when needed for an additional charge.
Fiberglass Pools have more exclusive options than any other types. Options include vanishing edges, fiber optic lighting, LED lighting, cascades, perimeter tile, tiled floors, steps, seats and skimmers, inlayed mosaics, inlayed tile on steps and seats, in-floor cleaning systems, modular units, and aromatherapy.
The pool must be at least 7 1/2 feet deep, the length must be approximately 28 feet, and the width needs to be at least 15 feet.
Yes, not only does a fiberglass pool use less chemicals and energy; they also never need to be re-plastered nor does it have a liner to replace resulting in less waste in our landfills.