Outdoor pool season is coming to an end here in the U.S., but that doesn’t mean you can’t dream about next season! If you’re in the market for a new pool, a fiberglass pool offers a ton of benefits. As a leading provider of swimming pool renovations in Warminster, PA, we’ve created this post to outline some of the great benefits that a fiberglass pool can bring you and your family next summer.
Fiberglass pools from our team can be installed in as little as one day. This is because these pools are typically installed in one piece. After the shell has been manufactured, it can be installed within about a week. Also, installation doesn’t depend on the weather (it can be installed any nearly any weather condition) unlike concrete pools and vinyl liner pools that require specific weather conditions to prevent any damage during installation.
Fiberglass swimming pools are virtually maintenance-free. This is due to their durability, and their smooth, less porous surfaces. The smooth surface prevents algae growth, which forms easily in other pools that have more crevices. Customers who invest in fiberglass pools report less time cleaning and maintaining their pools every week, as well as lower long-term maintenance.
Lower Cost Over Time
Although fiberglass pools are typically more expensive upfront than other types of swimming pools, they end up costing homeowners less to own in the long-term. This is due to the minimal amount of maintenance that these pools require over time. Maintaining a pool is critical to protecting your initial investment. However, with fiberglass pools, ongoing support is rarely needed.
No Resurfacing or Liner Replacement Necessary
All vinyl liners on swimming pools need to be replaced. However, with fiberglass pools, there is no liner required. Concrete pools often need to be acid-washed and resurfaced. Fiberglass pool owners will be pleased to know that they never have to worry about these concerns.
Fiberglass pools are strong, durable, and less likely to get damaged. They are also less likely to be punctured than vinyl pools, meaning less damage risk and lower maintenance costs across the pools lifetime.