San Juan in-ground fiberglass pools offer a durable, low-maintenance alternative to concrete pools. Fiberglass designs tend to cost 10 to 12 percent more than those constructed from concrete or other materials, but they can actually save people money in the long run because far less will be spent on repairs and upkeep. In fact, at Expert Pools we offer lifetime warranties for the structure of our Expert line, and twenty-year conditional warranties on any cosmetic finishes. We also have several different financing options that make it easier for a person to handle the cost of a pool.
There are several fiberglass pool installers that serve customers in Illinois, Iowa, Ohio, Kentucky, Missouri, Minnesota, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and Wisconsin but we feel our products are superior to those offered by other distributors. Expert Fiberglass Pools designs have 78 percent more flexural strength and 17 percent more tensile strength, and they are 33 percent thicker than the average fiberglass model. Our pools and spas are also on the cutting edge of technology, utilizing a unique closed beam coping that allows them to withstand the harsh weather across the country.
Fiberglass Pool Styles
Fiberglass pool styles and sizes are as varied as those of concrete and vinyl lined models. Large residential pools like the Dallas (16′ x 42′) or the Phoenix (16′ x 40′) require anywhere from 14,000 to 22,000 gallons of water and can be over eight feet deep ! Medium-sized designs like the Stockholm (14′ x 27′) and the Savannah (14′ x 32’6″) range from about three to seven feet deep and generally use under 15,000 gallons of water. We also offer small and mini designs for smaller backyards and tighter budgets.
No fiberglass pool is complete without the proper accessories. That is why we offer top-of-the-line pumps, filters, heaters, and salt water systems. We can also install a host of other items such as fencing and power covers that will keep children and anyone else safe from harm.