TYPES OF POOLS
The types of pools that you can install vary according to your budget and needs. These are some of the few commonly used in most cases,
Fiberglass swimming pools are a full set shell that can be “placed into” your yard in a very small period of time – just a few days in most cases. The flexural strength of fiberglass prevents cracking and is easy to remove when you move out.
This type of pool come in a wide variety of shapes and colors, and can include many options such as perimeter tile, inlaid tile, tile mosaics, built-in water features like cascades and streams, fiber optic and LED lighting, vanishing edges, and in-floor cleaning systems.
In addition, fiberglass pools act as a natural insulator, requiring less electric/gas to heat the pool. Algae are less prone to attach to the smooth surface of a fiberglass pool, requiring less chemicals and maintenance. In fact, estimated maintenance costs over 10 years are less than one quarter of the cost for a gunite pool.
Fiberglass Pools is quick and easy to install. They come in a variety of shapes and styles. Smooth finish means no skin abrasions. They are 15 times stronger than concrete. Non-porous surface resists the problems associated with imbalanced water chemistry, requiring less chemical maintenance, labor, and electric and is algae resistant.
Vinyl Liner Pools
Vinyl Liner pools are also called packaged pools, these consist of components, including wall panels, steps, braces and a vinyl liner, that are assembled together to create a swimming pool.
These types of pools are typically “designed,” meaning they are engineered and produced to predefined standards in a controlled factory environment. All components are designed to fit together. These types of pools are easy to maintain, they are less expensive, variety of liner patterns available and soft to the touch, repairs are typically quick and inexpensive.