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The most educational swimming pool blog in the country, providing fiberglass pool articles and videos, as well as information on inground concrete and liner pools.

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How Much Does Inground Pool Resurfacing Cost?

You knew it was coming. You tried to put it out of your mind. Maybe one more year, you hopefully thought. But as last year’s summer came to a close, you knew that resurfacing your pool was inevitable. Resurfacing an inground pool is a regular and necessary maintenance task for most pool owners. The plus side is that it will improve your swimming experience, and it can also extend the pool’s lifespan. The downside is that the cost can be...a lot.

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Cost and Pricing  |  Finding A Pool Contractor  |  Installation & Construction  |  Swimming Pool FAQs

Shopping for an Inground Swimming Pool in Virginia? Here Are 7 Things You Should Know

Buying an inground swimming pool is the same no matter where you live, right? Actually, buying and installing a swimming pool in Virginia can be a totally different experience than installing one in, say, Texas or Utah. The state you live in can often mean additional costs to build your pool, whether that’s due to local regulations or the nature of your landscape.

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Cost and Pricing  |  Fiberglass Pool Information  |  Pool Design Guides

Large Fiberglass Pools FAQ: Cost, Designs, Pros and Cons

If you’re shopping for an inground pool and if "go big or go home" is your motto, you probably want the largest swimming pool that you can afford. At River Pools, we exclusively manufacture and install fiberglass swimming pools, so we know all about your pool size options and how they affect the price, installation, and long-term maintenance of your inground pool. In this article, we’ll share what we know about large fiberglass swimming pools, including sizes, designs, cost, installation, and more to help you decide if a large fiberglass pool is the right choice for your home.

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Cost and Pricing  |  Options and Accessories

Inground Saltwater Pool Cost: Salt, Cells, Generators, and More

We’ll be upfront with you - a saltwater pool costs about as much as a traditional chlorine pool. If that’s what you were looking for, feel free to exit this page. If, however, you’d like to learn more about saltwater pool costs, keep reading because we’re going to cover all angles of this topic.

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Inground Pool Kits 101: Types, Costs, Tips

If you’ve ever built a toy model or assembled furniture from a box, you might think that a pool kit is similar to that. In some ways, you are correct. An inground pool kit comes with many of the parts that you need to put your pool together, but in the end, it’s more than just assembling the pieces.

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4 Things to Consider Before Establishing Your Pool Budget

You’ve finally decided that want to install an inground pool on your property. Now what? Like most home improvement projects, installing an inground swimming pool can add tremendous value to your home. However, it can also be a hefty investment if you don’t know how to set a realistic budget. At River Pools, we install inground fiberglass pools for a wide range of customers every year. For some, the budget is an afterthought, and for others, it’s a crucial factor. Before you make any big purchases, it’s important that you understand your finances, carefully research your options, and create a plan to help you pick the best pool package for your home.

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Cost and Pricing  |  Fiberglass Pool Information

What’s the Best Small Fiberglass Pool for Your Needs? Costs, Sizes, Features

Having your own swimming pool is one dream that we don’t think should be kept from anyone regardless of yard size or budget. Of course, we know that a swimming pool is a big investment, but we also know that it will provide years and years of use and countless hours of fun for the family, maybe even the whole neighborhood. 

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Cost and Pricing  |  Fiberglass Pool Information

An Honest Look at Fiberglass Inground Pool Prices and Monthly Pool Payments in 2020

We say this a lot, but buying a pool is kind of like buying a car. If we’ve saved enough for the car, we can pay for it all upfront. Most of the time, we make payments until it’s paid in full. So, chances are, when you get quoted for an inground fiberglass swimming pool, you’re not getting the number that’s going to apply to your day to day life: the monthly payment. At River Pools, we manufacture and install fiberglass pools for customers across North America, and we have seen a wide range of financing options.

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How Much Does a Fiberglass Pool Cost in Texas?

Texas is a great place for a swimming pool, and it’s an even better place for a fiberglass pool. Why? Fiberglass pools are low maintenance, quick to install, and cheaper to own over time than other inground pools. In addition, choosing a fiberglass pool in Texas can minimize risks that are associated with long installation timelines, which is crucial for those living in windy or stormy areas (we see you, Houston). But how much does it cost to put one of these fiberglass pools in your yard?

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Cost and Pricing  |  Pool Maintenance  |  Swimming Pool Design

What is a Natural Pool? Filtration, Costs, and Pros and Cons

Most people work hard to keep their pools from turning green. Others don’t mind it. In fact, they’ll dive in for a swim when the pool is as green as a swamp. Why? That swampy green color is intentional and it’s actually keeping the pool clean.

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