Install Time – A typical
concrete swimming pools will usually take 8 to
12 weeks to install. You can have a complete
fiberglass pools done in about
1 weeks or less. Now
don’t interrupt a quicker install as being a
cheaper looking product.
Less Cleaning – yes less
cleaning is one of our biggest points that we
argue about. Now were not saying no cleaning is
involved but far less cleaning is required for a
fiberglass pools than a concrete. You see a concrete
pools is a
lot more porous which in terms
leads to more ways to build up algae. Now a fiberglass has
a non – porous
surface so there’s no ability for algae
to grow. So for a concrete pools, daily brushing
is usually normal to prevent any algae build up
as compared to a fiberglass pools.
Cost – the amount spent on chemicals is
far less on a fiberglass pools compared to a
concrete pools. With a concrete being more
porous constant chemical buying to clean a
concrete pools is going to get costly over time.
As compared to a fiberglass pools the
monthly cost will be a ¼ of the cost of
what it would be with a concrete pools.
Big Cost Of Your Swimming pools –
the biggest cost for you pools should be just
the initial cost to get your pools installed but
with a concrete pools you could spend more over
time than what it originally cost you to install
it. Because concrete will eventually wear and
crack, re-plastering is often required every
6 years now if you
don’t maintain daily cleaning with your concrete
pools re-plastering your concrete pools can
happen within 3 years.
Re-plastering is a 10,000 to 15,000
dollars job depending on the size of