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  • CHOOSE CONCRETE WHEN:
  •  VERY customized shape or size not offered in the fiberglass line. An example of this would be an "L" shaped pool or a pool wider than 16'.
  • DEEPER than 8'. This would be because you've decided on a very springy diving board and you want to be able to do many tricks and unique      dives off said board.
  • You are not concerned with expensive repairs down the road.
  • You are not concerned with the maintenance time you spend with the pool on a weekly basis.
  • You are trying to create a complete naturescape. In other words, you want the pool to have many natural rock features, grottos, possibly a 'pond' appearance, etc. (Although one may argue fiberglass pools can look very natural, I still have yet to see a natural masterpiece as I have seen many times with some very high-end gunite projects.)
  • You are looking for a beach entry. (There are a few fiberglass pools with something similar to a beach entry, but it's still not quite the same design you'll find in a concrete pool.)
  • You are NOT concerned with concrete's roughness on your feet. (I've had second-time pool owners choose fiberglass simply because their concrete pool tore up their children's feet too much. This is pretty standard with most concrete/gunite pools.)

 

 

 


CHOOSE FIBREGLASS WHEN:

  • You are looking for the LEAST amount of swimming pool maintenance possible on a daily/weekly basis.
  • You are looking for a swimming pool that will likely have no major repairs/expenses (structurally speaking) down the road.
  • You are looking for a quick pool installation.
  • You are looking for a pool on the smaller end of large. In other words, you are looking for a size that is roughly 16'x40' or less.
  • You are looking for a pool that will have 'flex' strength if need be. (For example, if you live next to a rock quarry, there is constant ground vibration.)