About Fiberglass Swimming Pool Installations

Investing in a swimming pool is a step towards investing in a lifetime of entertainment. It provides a safe and fun space for you, your family, and friends to socialize and create memories. It’s also an excellent way to cool off in the heat of summer. All it takes is to find the right swimming pool contractor, and you’re well on your way to experiencing a whole new way to enjoy your summers.

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Why Consider Fiberglass Swimming Pool Installation?

Fiberglass has significant advantages over a concrete pool installation. Fiberglass is:

Less Expensive

The entire process is less labor-intensive, so it costs less to install your pool. The pool arrives ready to install.

Faster To Install

Because there is no need to Rebar and concrete the walls and wait for them to cure then plaster the pool and wait for that to cure as well which can take a 6 to 8 week process. Fiberglass can be installed in 2 to 3 days pool ready.

Costs Less To Maintain

Because of the gelcoat on the fiberglass you do not have to do any maintenance on the surface. With concrete pools and liner pools you will have to Replaster and replace liners. Which becomes very costly overtime.

Available In A Range of Designs

Fiberglass options come in a wide range of designs now, which makes it easier than ever to find a precise fit for your yard.

Easy To Maintain

The non-porous surface of a fiberglass pool makes it harder for algae to accumulate in than in a traditional concrete pool. Even when algae does show up, it's much quicker to clean than other pool options. The cleaning process only require one day's recovery for the pool.

The Installation Process

It's essential to use a certified contractor to install your pool. If the area is not prepared correctly, the pool can shift, or even start lifting. This can lead to damage to the structure itself. If the pool is not correctly installed, it could also void your warranty so you want to make sure to stick to licensed professionals like Hydroscape Pools.


The Process Is Simple Enough

Dig the hole: The hole will be slightly deeper and bigger than the size of the pool.


Lay The Pool On Clean Stone.

Setting a 6 inch base and compacting. This provides a solid foundation for the pool.


Compact The Ground

This step ensures that there’s no settling at a later stage.


Set The Pool In Place

The pool is then placed on the prepared surface.


Backfill The Area

This process will stabilize the structure and is the final stage in the installation before the plumbing gets installed and the deck gets built.

Final Notes

A fiberglass pool can be placed and filled more quickly and more cost effectively than other types of pools. If you're looking for a quick and easy pool installation, but don't want the expense and maintenance that comes with concrete pools, contact us today to get a quote on your project.

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