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This Comprehensive Video Guide Teaches Every Detail of a World Class Fiberglass Installation. Perfect for DIY'ers and Those Wanting to Better Understand the Installation Processs.
The fact that you’ve found this article means you are probably well into the process of finding the right pool for your family.
If you are in the market for a rectangular fiberglass pool, you’re probably wondering which design will best meet the needs of your family.
Of the hundreds of questions we are asked on a daily basis, the most common is probably this:
A man and a woman who met on line are having their first phone conversation. Here's how it goes:
We have written a blog on this subject a few years ago, and after visiting the Pool and Spa show in Atlantic City I felt that the topic needed to be revisited. I had heard that some fiberglass pool manufacturers who also have vested interest in vinyl liner pools manufacturing are requesting that their fiberglass pool dealers install vinyl liner pools also. I have no problem with that as long as the sales person keeps the customer's best interest in mind when working with them. I have installed vinyl liner pools myself and under the right conditions, I would do it now.
As a pool guy, I get asked all the time, "What are the most popular options for in-ground pools and why?" I would say the three most popular options are salt water chlorinators, underwater pool lights, and security covers. Here are the pros and cons of each.
You may be wondering of all the pools that we installed in 2013 what were the most popular pool designs and options.
If you are considering a new pool or even replacing your existing pool pump, you're probably wondering which type pool pump will best meet your needs. Great question!
The sales person you work with should take the time to listen to what your pool will be used for and ask you questions regarding the same. There are a lot of important fact finding questions that you should be aware of, like will the pool be used for diving, or for volleyball, or for basketball, or doing laps? How many people will use the pool on a regular basis, do you entertain a lot? If the right questions are asked and the sales person does their job then you should have the pool of your dreams and be very happy with the pool buying experience. Below are the factors that will come into play on determining how much you will pay for your fiberglass pool.
What the concrete/gunite companies knew was that most fiberglass companies did not have diving pools, so they could use that to help beat out the fiberglass sales guy. But it did not take long before fiberglass manufacturers started building fiberglass swimming pools that were 8’ deep and could take a diving board.
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