If you are thinking about installing Fibreglass pools, you will find that some pool builders will offer you a choice of either concrete, fibreglass or modular. Deciding what type of pool is going to suit your situation best might seem like a daunting decision at first. On this page we’ll take a look at the Pro’s and Con’s of Fibreglass and Concrete. This will help you in your decision making. The modular option is covered on a separate page here.
WHAT IS THE DOWNSIDE OF A FIBREGLASS POOL?
Basically – Shape and size limitations: Because fibreglass pools are made in factory rather than onsite.
You can only choose from the actual shapes that the manufacturers provide.
The sizes and shapes are further limited (more so by width) by the fact that they need to be transported by road.
The widest pool supplied by most suppliers is 4.5 metres in width.
Most manufacturers however, have a good range of shapes and sizes available and most of the time, you can easily find what you’re looking for.
The 3 basic shapes are above but there are many more sizes. Please contact us with the size of Fibreglass pool you require
Alue is Length 4 × Width 2.5 × Depth 1.3 metres – Palm Cove is 8 Length x 4.5 Width 1.2 max Depth metres – Atlantis is Length 11 × Width 4.1 × Depth 1.8 metres