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Fiberglass Pools make summer easy breezy! A Pool and Spa Depot Fiberglass pool is a simple way to enjoy the allure of an in-ground pool without all the maintenance. Pool and Spa Depot design consultants can help you choose a fiberglass inground pool that will meet your design preferences and provide you with enjoyment for years to come.
Get, peace of mind when you choose a fiberglass pool. These pools require less time to install than other options because they are pre-made in a factory and inserted into the ground. If you want a low-maintenance pool, you’ll enjoy the self-cleaning tools like robotic cleaner and in-floor cleaning systems as well. The surface is smooth with no abrasive edges, and we find it hard for algae to grow on the sides of it. It offers superior insulation, so it’s warmer and less expensive to heat. Additionally, it gives you the option of having a saltwater pool because the surface is non-corrosive.
With so many sizes, shapes and interior designs to choose from, like cuddle coves and benches, considering a fiberglass pool is certainly worth exploring. And be sure to check out our in-house Pool Park to see other design options that will revitalize your backyard and make this summer better than ever.
Give Your Fiberglass Pool Accessories and Extras
What is Automation? Considering all of these options can be installed on a remote control system that can be all controlled by your cell phone, this is some of the newest technologies available. With Pool and Spa Depot’s automated control systems, scheduling and operating your filtration cycles, heating, pool and landscape lighting, sanitizing, waterfalls and fountains will all be blissfully automatic. System controllers and remote controls have been designed to be push-button simple, with easy-to-read digital displays and step-by-step menu-driven instructions. Talk to your design professional to choose the right automation system for your pool.
You can also accessorize your backyard with an outdoor kitchen, volleyball or basketball setups, backyard grills, fire pits, slides, loungers, pool covers and outdoor furniture. Let your Pool and Spa Depot designer tell you about the latest and most innovative accessories to maximize your new lifestyle.
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Adding a Fence for Your Fiberglass Swimming Pool
What about a fence? Great question! Most municipalities require construction of a fence anytime a pool is installed. The Association of Pool and Spa Professionals recommend that pool owners use “layers of protection” to ensure that any swimming or poolside experience is completely safe, and recommend a minimum four-foot high barrier that completely surrounds the pool. A variety of fencing materials are available from basic safety fencing to decorative wood, iron, aluminum or vinyl. Your Pool and Spa Depot designer can help you decide what will best fit into your budget and complements your poolscape.
What’s Involved In Building A Fiberglass Swimming Pool?
Before ground is broken, a Pool and Spa Depot designer works with you to determine if the pool you want is the best option for your terrain. This is done with a store visit in-person or it’s done on site at your location. We offer a free design at the store and we can do a 3D design for a small fee. Once the pool is designed, we will detail the whole project out and price out with your favorite options to take off or add. An install agreement will be sign and deposit will be secured.
Now, you’re officially on the construction schedule. Once the plans are good to go, the area is marked out to ensure that no underground pipes are hit during construction. The hole is dug for the pool to fit in and then the pool arrives all in one piece within days. It is raised using a construction crane and then lowered into the excavation area. Everything is checked so it is level and secure. Plumbing and accessories are installed. Next, the area around the pool is backfilled with a gravel and sand mixture, and the pool is filled with water to ensure structural integrity. Your electrician is responsible for all the electrical work. Next we install your pool decking and coping.
The entire process takes less time than with most pool options. After everything is complete, we clean and grade the yard to ensure that any construction debris is removed, and your yard is ready for summer. You will then learn how to take care of your pool at our Pool School.
Now, it’s time to enjoy your new pool!
Ok, so now that I know everything that goes into the planning of a fiberglass pool project, what does one cost? What should I budget for the project? There are two things you need to consider when researching the cost of inground pools:
- The initial purchase price of the pool
- The lifetime cost of ownership associated with the pool
First, let’s take a look at the initial cost of just building the pool, and then look at all of the options, to get an idea of how much to budget for each. Keep in mind that these prices will vary greatly from region to region.
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