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What’s the Lifespan of a Fiberglass Pool?

January 27, 2022

How long does a fiberglass pool last? If you take good care of it, you will likely be able to enjoy it for 25 to 30 years. This longevity is only one reason to own a fiberglass pool over vinyl or concrete. So, before you choose your pool for next summer, consider all your choices. Here are seven reasons why a fiberglass pool may work for you: Easy maintenance: If... View Article

Five Advantages of Gunite Swimming Pools

January 13, 2022

While swimming pools are likely the last thing on your mind during winter, it is the perfect time to plan your design and construction timeline so you can have a pool ready to enjoy by summer. The value of custom gunite swimming pools should not be underestimated. Custom gunite swimming pools offer more options and benefits than traditional in-ground swimming pools. Here are five of these advantages: Fits any landscape:... View Article

How Long Can a Steel Pool Last?

December 30, 2021

Some of the most frequent questions we get from customers have to do with the lifespan of their pool. After all, buying a pool is a big investment, and homeowners want to know if steel pools are ideal in the long run. The short answer to the question is that steel pools last anywhere from five to 10 years before they need to be replaced—but there are some of the... View Article

What You Need to Know About Renovating Your Pool

December 16, 2021

Installing a pool goes a long way in improving your quality of life while boosting your property value—but a pool won’t last forever, and you may need to renovate it sooner than you think to bring it up to snuff. This post will cover everything you need to know about what happens when it’s time to renovate your pool. When is it time to renovate your pool? Knowing when it’s... View Article

What’s the Overall Cost of Operating a Hot Tub in the Winter Months?

December 2, 2021

Keeping your hot tub running throughout the winter is a great way to avoid winterizing it—and, of course, you’ll get to enjoy the benefits of your hot tub throughout the entire year. But many people wonder about cutting costs in winter with their hot tub. Generally, it costs about a dollar per day to keep a 500-gallon hot tub running throughout the winter. Here’s how to save money in winter... View Article