For my family, a diving board is a runway. It's all very dramatic. We waddle like penguins, strut like models, wave like royalty, and stroll like oblivious pedestrians...and then drop into the deep end of the pool, still “walking.”
Are you in the market for a freeform fiberglass pool and looking for the perfect model for your family? You aren't alone. As manufacturers and installers of inground fiberglass swimming pools, we at River Pools have a unique determination to help homeowners (like you!) to find your perfect pool—whether that means choosing us or not.
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.
Every pool owner has different goals. This affects the design—pools don’t have to be (and shouldn’t be) one-size-fits-all. You can customize concrete pools to fit almost any look you like, which is a huge advantage for this pool type. However, most don’t vary that much.
One of the things that keeps business fresh and exciting for us here at River Pools is our desire to constantly improve. We have found this requires getting into the mind of our clients—to see our brand, our products, and ultimately the overall experience that we provide from the perspective of our customers. We recently conducted a survey of our clients who purchased our Greco (G36) pool, and the results were so compelling I thought it would make good food for thought for those trying to decide which pool model is right for them.
Are you looking for inspiration for your new backyard pool? After helping hundreds of folks in Virginia and Maryland design and build their dream pool over the years, we would like to help you get your project off on the right foot. But if you're like most people, the prospect of finding the perfect pool can seem daunting.
If you are in the market for an inground pool, whether fiberglass, concrete, or vinyl liner, one of the first things you're likely to consider is the shape of the pool you'd like in your backyard. Being that you're reading this article, there's a good chance you're interested in a freeform or curvy shaped pool. You likely have some questions about freeform pools such as:
If you are considering an inground pool and have limited space to work with, you're likely thinking that a small pool could be the way to go. Today we're going to discuss some of the major questions we receive on a daily basis here at River Pools from folks who think that a small pool might be the best option for their backyard. Let's jump right in!
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. After working with hundreds of fiberglass pool customers since 2001, we’ve basically found that there are five factors that influence which rectangular pool design might make one option a better fit for your family than another. We're going to discuss each of these elements in this article, so here goes!
Of the hundreds of questions we are asked on a daily basis, the most common is probably this: "What are the differences between concrete and fiberglass pools?" It's a great question and there are many differences, but there's one in particular that fiberglass pool owners love to talk about: fiberglass pools are extremely low maintenance.
The purchase of a swimming pool is a huge investment. Buying a pool is not like buying a car - it is more like adding on an addition to your home. Most people purchase their first car before they are 18 years old and they do so with the help of a family member. During your lifetime you will purchase many cars where on the other hand you will probably only purchase one pool. Also, when purchasing a car, you can get quite a bit of advice from quite a few people, because almost everyone you know has owned more than one car. The same is not true with a pool. Even when talking with someone who has had or has a pool does not guarantee good advice, because that person has probably only owned one pool, which means that their knowledge is limited to just that.