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How Much Do Inground Pools Cost?
Which is Best: Fiberglass, Concrete, or Vinyl Liner?
How Do I Choose The Right Fiberglass Pool?
What Patio and Coping Options Should I Consider?
What is the Fiberglass Pool Installation Process?
What Pool Options and Accessories Should I Consider?
How Can I Get Financing For My Pool?
How Are Fiberglass Pools Made?
Comprehensive guide to budgeting for an inground pool project. Learn how size, patio, and other variables impact a pool price.
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We answer all the most common questions about fiberglass pools.
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See our list of all pool maintenance tasks and their explanations in more detail.
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Learn how we create the strongest, most durable fiberglass pools possible.
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Learn how we turned our mistakes into an install process that changed the industry.
Get a crash course in salt, heaters, pool lights, covers, and other relevant accessories.
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Learn how we make, use, and maintain a pool mold, and what it means for your fiberglass pool.
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We share the best way to close your inground pool for the winter, with tips to keep your pool beautiful.
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Compare the daily and long-term maintenance requirements for all three pool types.
Learn what to test your pool water for, the ideal ranges, and how to test and adjust it.
Read the Water Chemistry Guide
Get your pool ready for a storm by following these guidelines.
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Learn to budget for the long term.
We discuss all aspects of small pools. Learn how to find the perfect one for your home.
Learn all about salt chlorinators (also called salt chlorine generators).
We discuss the differences in size, maintenance, costs, longevity, and more.
Learn about your different financing options for a pool.
Watch our One-Day Pool Challenge and see if we can complete this installation in 1 day!
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This inground pool ebook comprehensively compares the three pool types.
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Listen in on our conversations regarding salt, lights, covers, heaters, and other common add-ons.
Learn which of these three types of pool heaters may be right for you.
Select from a variety of rich and vibrant color options.
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Learn the differences between standard, security, and automatic pool covers.
Learn to plan the ideal patio space for your needs
Learn the different types of patio and coping materials and how much they cost.
Learn what type of lights are best, how many you will need, and how much to budget for inground pool lights.
Learn initial and long terms costs for the three pool types.
Learn how to identify various types of algae and the prescribed treatment for each.
View our entire selection of swimming pool maintenance videos.
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Learn how to vacuum an inground pool step by step.
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Learn about salt water systems, how long each should last, and the cost to replace them.
Watch as young JT Sheridan demonstrates how easy it is to clean a pool.
Check out these simple guidelines to finding the perfect pool.
These comprehensive videos, articles, and links help you decide which is right for you.
View the Comparison Guide
Straightforward and unbiased pros and cons of all three types of pools.
Learn the installation process, time frame, and insider tips regarding each pool.
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Discover the truth about vinyl liner warranties and how long you can realistically expect it to last.
Learn the challenges of vinyl liner pools and how to deal with them.
See how we can customize fiberglass pools to meet your needs.
Learn the mistakes we made and how we solved them.
Watch and learn the various phases of fiberglass pool installation.
Watch the fiberglass pool installation process start to finish.
Watch as we manage ground water on a project with a high water table.
Learn when to take and keep trees in your proposed pool area.
Learn about common problems with concrete pools: spalling, cracking, rough surfaces, and more.
Fiberglass pools need little maintenance, and it's less intense and less frequent.