Why a Fiberglass Pool?

Fiberglass pools require up to 70% fewer chemicals every month than any other type of pool. Aside from being easier to keep in balance without hiring an expensive pool maintenance company to do it for you, you’ll be spending a lot less on chemicals. You’ll be doing your part to limit the amount of chemicals that your family will be exposed to.

Whoever said a “green pool isn’t cool”, obviously did not own a fiberglass pool!

Mystic 1aWHY? Unlike plaster or vinyl surfaces, the satin smooth surface of a fiberglass pool does not alter the water chemistry. In a fiberglass pool, you won’t constantly battle the chemical reaction between the surface of the pool and the pool water with more chemicals.  Fewer chemicals are better for your family and Mother Earth too. In addition to the monthly pool payment and the pool chemicals needed to keep your pool clear, consider the additional energy use and increase in your electric bill used by the pool pump. The type of pool you buy has a lot to do with how much more electricity you’ll be paying for once you own a pool. A fiberglass pool requires as little as 3-4 hours of electricity per day. Compare that to the same size gunite or vinyl liner pool that requires 8-12 hours of electricity per day.

WHY? Unlike other pools, The satin­ smooth surface in a fiberglass pool offers no resistance to water movement, so water moves quickly and circulates in fewer hours of pump operation. This will improve the lifespan of your pool equipment as well. Electrical costs are rarely considered in the purchase price of a pool, but they should be. An Aloha Fiberglass Pool won’t break the budget.

The number of pool renovation companies in your yellow pages is a good indicator of the need for renovation.   You’ll find  several listed because  both  vinyl and  plaster  pool surfaces require  renovation  after about 5-7 years of average use. You’ll notice there are very few (if any) fiberglass renovation companies because a quality fiberglass pool does not need to be renovated or resurfaced.

CONSIDER  THE  FACTS. Are  you ready for  what  that  pool could cost you in a few years?   In 2009, the average  cost  to   resurface  a  gunite pool  was about  $5,500.  A vinyl liner replacement costs about $3,400.  Add on 5-7 years of inflation, and you come to realize the value of a fiberglass pool that lasts forever.

Because a fiberglass pool lasts forever, there are no liners to throw away or grind off.  Forever fiberglass helps to  reduce waste in our  landfills while saving you money in pricey renovation costs.

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