Leisurepoolsusa.com provide a wide range of fiberglass inground Swimming Pools. Visit the website to see if this company has a dealership in your state.
One of the main advantages of a fiberglass swimming pool is that it takes only days to install compared to weeks for a concrete one. They require less chemicals to clean and are more durable.
You can find swimming pool heaters from All-Air of South Dade. Pool Leaks Plus, which is also in Miami, specializes in pool repairs, but is also available for consultations regarding the best swimming pool heater for your pool and the best place to make your purchase.
it depends on which swimming pool
In my opinion, none! Stick with Marcite. I completely disagree. With 19 years experience in the restoration of older swimming pools, I have learned that fiberglass swimming pools are the best of the best. My business is limited to older pools, so my expertise is in swimming pool longevity, therefor my answer is: If you expect to own the pool for more than 15 years, and if you can afford a gunite, concrete, or fiberglass pool, you should definitely choose fiberglass. On the other hand, if price is the issue, you should choose a vinyl liner pool which will cost about half that of gunite, concrete, or fiberglass. Unfortunately, when you decide to sell, a vinyl liner pool will actually detract from the value of the home. On a geographical basis, Florida is a great place for a fiberglass swimming pool, but so are the rest of the Continental United States. Location does not matter, regardless of what you may read in these forums. The only thing that does matter is that you never empty the pool without professional assistance. The same rule applies to vinyl liner pools. The only advantage to gunite and concrete pools is that you can usually get away with emptying the pool without help. But even concrete and gunite pools can be seriously damaged if the pool is emptied without consideration for hydrostatic pressure. Just like construction of a gunite, concrete, or vinyl liner pool is quite important, so is the installation of a fiberglass pool. It is not a DIY project for most people. Another important factor with fiberglass is the manufacturer of the pool. I consider the very best to be San Juan pools because no San Juan pool owner has ever contacted our company for restoration before the pool was at least 27 years old. Finally, there is no such thing as a surface that will last a "lifetime", unless you consider a lifetime to be 20 years or less (excluding only San Juan). Frankly, I thought 20 years was a "generation", but the pool manufacturer's and builders seem to have the two terms confused. Fiberglass requires considerably less chemicals and far less maintenance that any other pool currently in existence.
What type of existing swimming pool? You can patch an existing fiberglass pool.
Yes it seems that whirlpool does make fiberglass swimming pools but I could not find an actual fiberglass swimming pool from the keyword listed by whirlpool.
A fiberglass swimming pool can be purchased from specific retailers that deal entirely in swimming pools. Most of the time these are brick-and-mortar establishments and may vary from location to location. However, online sites such as Water World Pools, or All-In-One Pools, do sell and ship fiberglass pools.
Fiberglass swimming pools are easier to maintain, repair, and are less costly to install.
There are three important construction methods for a swimming pool: concrete, vinyl liner and fiberglass. The most used construnction method for a swimming pool is concrete.
I believe the deepest you can get is 8 feet if its a pre built pool
On Millsberry you can buy a swimming pool at Peterson's Hardware Shop by the bookstore. == ==
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Some can be. They are usually made of metal and plastic. I have seen a few fiberglass ladders though.
Best answer.... Don't fiberglass... Fiberglass pools come as one structure. Replaster or get a new liner....
You would have to hire a fiberglass pool repair company to do the several layers of reconstruction of a fiberglass pool. The "gelcoat" is part of the surfacing proceedure and can not be purchased in a store or wholesale wharehouse.
Fiberglass pools are less susceptible to having problems with the finish if your water chemistry is off. They do tend to have some problems with warping that you won't have with a cement pool. The fiberglass liner is usually cheaper also.