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.
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.
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.
Looking for a high-quality inground pool in southern Utah? It’s often hard to know which pool builder or installer to hire, especially when you live in a smaller metropolitan area like St. George, which is only about 15% as large as the Salt Lake City metro area.
Thinking about adding some splash to your backyard with a new pool?
Are you hoping to be swimming in your own inground pool next summer? Depending on where you live in the country, that might not be a possibility. At River Pools, we manufacture fiberglass pools and work with a wide range of inground pool professionals who have all said the same thing: inground pool construction projects are already booked through the entire 2022 build season, and even into 2023 in many areas.
Do you live in Wisconsin and want to build an inground pool? Getting a swimming pool can be an exciting time, but even though you might be in a hurry to see your pool in the ground, it's important that you shop around for the best pool builder for your project. How will you know if your pool builder is right for you? First, you'll want to ensure that your pool builder has a good track record (see our pool builder vetting checklist here), and you'll need to do your research to find out what they specialize in.
We’ve heard it before, the naysayers against having a pool in an area that enjoys all of the seasons. "Why build a pool when you can’t enjoy it year-round?", they ask. Answer: our summers are shorter, so we take advantage of them while we can! Not to mention, having a pool to relax in after a long day of laying on the sand is basically a requirement when living in Virginia Beach.
In the dead of winter, we’re all imagining the smell of sunscreen in the air and the sound of cannonballs in our backyard. If these thoughts are making you consider installing a pool, you’re not crazy - now is actually the best time.
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.
Finding the right swimming pool contractor can be a lot of work. The reality is that there are many swimming pool builders to choose from across the state of Virginia, and they don’t all offer the same services (or build the same types of pools!). So, how do you find a good swimming pool contractor without spending days sifting through your options? options