Fiberglass Pool The Most Important Things to Consider

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Fiberglass pool – Before you purchase any type of pool, be sure to understand both the advantages and disadvantages of such a pool. In other articles, I posted about why you would want to purchase a fiberglass pool. In this one, I would like to present the other side of the argument. Why you may not want to purchase fiberglass pools. And the issues that you need to consider before you make this decision.

Fiberglass pool is potentially with the following issues that you must consider before installation:

– They do not have the same customization options as other pools (just like granite or shotcrete pools)

– The upfront cost of the pool is usually more

– There are issues with emptying the pool completely

Fiberglass Pool Custom Design Ideas

First, let’s look at the customization issues. Because pools made from fiberglass are manufacture at the factory. Then delivered to your door you may not be able to have any type of shaped pool that you would want. Obviously this is not an issue if you are looking for a more standard pool (square, round, etc.) shape. However if you want something that looks like an oasis. And fills the very unique shape of your yard. Then you are probably out of luck unless you can find a manufacturer who will build you a completely custom job.

Second, the upfront costs of a fiberglass pool are generally more than a concrete-type pool. Yes, this may be counter-intuitive give the fact. It takes so much less time to install this type of pool, but that is the case. However, just because the upfront costs are more does not mean that over the life of the pool it won’t be cheaper. Fiberglass pools do help you save money on repair and chemical costs.

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Finally, you may not be able to completely empty your swimming pool. Making it somewhat more difficult to winterize. And also to clean or ‘dump’ your water and start over again. This is especially true in areas where ground water levels are near or higher than your current pool level. Be sure to talk to your local pool specialist about fiberglass pool to make sure if this is your case.

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