While the weather grows colder, swimming in a luxury pool is one of the farthest ideas in a homeowners mind. However, the fall season is the perfect time to decide on installing a new luxury pool for your home. November allows you enough time to choose and install your pool without taking away from time spent enjoying your new investment. When determining which luxury pool is best for you, a homeowner should consider the benefits of each luxury pool option. One of your luxury pool options is a fiberglass pool.
A fiberglass pool option is becoming a more popular option between the three options. A fiberglass pool holds several benefits for homeowners. These include:
- Strength- A fiberglass pool is extremely strong compared to the other two pool options. A fiberglass pool has the option of flexibility, which allows for movement should the Earth surrounding your pool move or shift.
- Installation- The installation of a fiberglass pool is extremely easy and simple. The full time of installation for a fiberglass pool is typically under seven days, compared to the two to three weeks of installation for the other luxury pool options.
- Customization- A fiberglass pool is available in a number of different shapes and sizes. This option is only available with a fiberglass pool because of the materials used to create the pool. Other pool options are only available in certain sizes and shapes, which could make them difficult to fit in different yards.
- Maintenance- A fiberglass pool is one of the easiest pool options to maintain. They are also more difficult to damage.
At Elite Pools, we offer over 50 years of experience when performing pool maintenance. Our pools are built and installed to last, so our customers can enjoy their luxury pool instead of worrying about repairs and replacements.
To discuss luxury pool installation options, or to ask any questions you may have regarding installation or maintenance, call Elite Pools today at 1-800-277-0254, or visit our contact page. We also offer luxury pool maintenance and installation in the Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington D.C. areas.