Fiberglass pools are becoming increasingly popular with each passing swimming season. Fiberglass pools have been a market disruptor since their introduction in the late 1960s, giving a “greener” alternative to the typical concrete pool or vinyl liner pool. Imagine a pool that takes half the upkeep of traditional pools, is easier to install, and lasts twice as long. In a nutshell, that’s what fiberglass pools are. When it comes to installation of fiberglass swimming pools, they often have their own set of obstacles, but when done correctly, the results are amazing.
Digging and installing a fiberglass swimming pool takes around 4-5 days, and the total fiberglass pool construction procedure can take 1-2 months after flat work, fencing, and landscaping is completed. Let’s look at the entire process for installing a fiberglass pool.
The location of your fiberglass in ground pool will be laid out using a design template that is the exact size and shape of the pool you ordered for precision. For the excavation that is customized to your pool’s form and shape, a dig print is employed. The hole is dug methodically to avoid the need for excessive backfill and compacted to minimize undesirable settling.
A truck-trailer transports your fiberglass pool to your property. After a compacted gravel base is built, the pool is unloaded from the trailer and lowered into place in the excavated hole. To ensure correct placement and leveling, guide stakes, string lines, and laser levels are used.
The pool’s floor is walked on once it has been placed on the gravel bed to confirm that no voids or humps have occurred during the installation. The pool is then filled with water and backfilled at the same time. The pool’s levelness must be checked on a regular basis.
While the pool is being filled with water and backfilled, the piping from the pool to the equipment pad site can be finished.
Following the completion of the water and back-fill, the gravel is prepared for the sort of decking that will be used to surround the pool. Concrete or pavers are common decking materials. At this point, leveling and contour changes, as well as bonding, are completed.
Around the pool, concrete decking, pavers, or a combination of the two are installed. Handrails, ladders, water sheers, and deck jets are just a few of the accessories and features that can be incorporated.
Installing a Fiberglass pool is what smart consumers are doing in lieu of waiting months for their swimming pool to be completed. A fiberglass pool shell offers you a premium inground pool product that will last for decades without the installation headaches that come with a completely custom concrete pool.