Comparing Fiberglass Pools to Concrete Pools: Get The Facts

Homeowners that are looking to enhance their backyard with a brand new pool are bombarded with numerous options from fiberglass inground pools to concrete inground pools. Different companies promote different shapes, sizes, features, and have various price points on different types of pools.

When it comes to enhancing your backyard, you want to select a pool that will help improve your quality of life, offer you low maintenance pool ownership over the course of many years, and one that will increase the value of your property. Lets review some of the features that concrete pools and fiberglass pools have.

Comparisons Concrete Pools Fiberglass Pools
Price Typically Higher Up Front Cost Typically Lower Up Front Cost
Ownership Lower cost and less maintenance in the long run Requires more maintenance and upkeep
Durability Nearly indestructible from storms, children, pool equipment and toys Fiberglass shell can be damaged from pool equipment and storms and is hard to repair and match fiberglass color
Design Limitless options – any shape, size, depth Must Select From Catalogue
Features/Options
Attached spa, waterfalls, waterslides, underwater seat shelving Limited To Design Concept From Catalogue

At Carolina Pool Consultants, we truly believe in building a superior pool for our customers. We want to help you create a beautiful retreat that you will love using each and every day. For that reason, we recommend going with a beautiful inground concrete pool – we will be able to work with you one on one to design the exact shape, size, and depth pool that you want, which in the long run will be more suitable to your needs.

Concrete pools also will help increase the value of your property because of how attractive they can be and how they require little maintenance over the years, giving you peace of mind knowing your pool will withstand the test of time.

Call Carolina Pool Consultants today to discuss your inground concrete pool needs at 704-799-5236 and if you are interested in financing your new concrete pool, contact Lyons Bank.