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More than likely, the search that landed you here is one that we’ve been seeing more and more of these days. Let us take a guess - did it look anything like “inground pools for sale” or “inground pools for sale near me”?
River Pools started in Central Virginia nearly 20 years ago, with a simple mission: to provide homeowners with the highest-quality pool-buying and pool-owning experience.
Don't blindly wonder if a fiberglass, concrete, or vinyl liner pool is right for you. Our educational ebook does a deep-dive comparison of the 3 types, all while noting the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Joining the elite class of Pool and Spa News’ (PSN) Top 50 Builders marks any builder as both a major success and as a name to watch in the pool-building industry.
Pool buyers and owners have had a challenging year. If you didn’t have a pool when the COVID-19 lockdowns started, you probably ran into higher prices, longer waits, and less availability overall -- whether that availability meant pool-building components like pipes and fittings, or accessories like pumps, filters… or chlorine tablets.
The supply chain affects every business and consumer on the planet… and over the past year or so, we’ve all seen what happens when it breaks down.
A fiberglass pool and spa combo is a fiberglass pool that comes with the hot tub or spa already built into the pool shell.
Myth: Fiberglass pools are too small to be diving pools. Reality: As fiberglass pool manufacturers, we proudly partake in debunking this myth with the existence of our T Series pool.
Well, we did it again! Pool and Spa News (PSN) has named us a top 50 pool builder for the third time in River Pools history.
Once upon a time, fiberglass technology was in its infancy. Fiberglass pools often looked plain or cheap, simply because technology hadn't advanced very far yet. However, with time, science, and a passion for splashin', modern fiberglass pool manufacturers have blown those outdated appearances out of the water. Today’s fiberglass pools are elegant and stylish, fitting beautifully into any backyard landscape.
Fiberglass pools come in many different sizes and shapes. Back in the 1970s and '80s, you were limited in the selection of sizes and shapes of fiberglass pools. Fiberglass pools came in two colors, white and powder blue. But today there are a wide variety of fiberglass pools to choose from, including a wide variety of colors to pick from. This is due to more people getting into the manufacturing of fiberglass pools and the advancements that have been made in the gel coat industry.