Seahorse Pools and Spas contractors explain the benefits of a fibeglass pool
Should you get a fiberglass pool? That is one of the many quesitons you wil be faced with when you begin your search for the perfect backyard family swimming pool. All of the construction materials are unique and each has its own advantages and disadvantages, the swimming pool contractors from Seahorse Pools and Spas explain. Fiberglass is an option chosen by many new pool owners because of their ease in cleaning. Because fiberglass pools have a smooth surface, they stay cleaner and this type of pool can be installed in days, rather than weeks.
Should you get a fiberglass pool?
Here are some of the benefits of a fiberglass swimming pool.
- Fiberglass can be designed in virtually any shape — for a price. Remember, too that the pool will be delivered to your home in one piece so it needs to fit on a truck and that truck needs to be able to get into your backyard. Size requirements need to be carefully calculated.
- You can have seats and steps built into the pool while it’s at the factory. You can also add a hot tub, waterfall, in pool lighting and any of the other amenities you can have with any other pool construction material.
- Fiberglass is one of the most budget friendly pools available.
- After you’ve chosen your design, the pool will be created in a factory and delivered to your home. Your pool contractor, in the meantime, will be excavating the area where the pool will sit. A fiberglass pool installation can be completed in as few as three days.
- Don’t forget to decide on whether you want a deck and if so, what kind and style.
- Fiberglass pools are popular because they don’t require major maintenance and upkeep as do vinyl or concrete pools. The smoth finish means the pH levels will remain stable. The chance of algae growth is minimal. You will save money on pool service and maintenance with this type pool material.
If you’re in the market for a swimming pool this year, add fiberglass pools to the type of pool construction materials to research. Weigh the pros and cons of each type material before making any final decisions.