Terrell North Carolina homeowners that are interested in building a pool in their backyard should consider the differences between concrete swimming pools and vinyl liner pools. One of the questions we hear all the time is: which type of pool is better, concrete or fiberglass?” and the answer to that question depends on what you want out of your pool. At Carolina Pool Consultants, we recommend and build concrete pools for our customers and we will explain why.
For starters, concrete pools offer homeowners limitless customization options. What we mean by that is, if you can think it, we can build it! You can create any shape, any size, and any depth pool that you want, because of how versatile concrete is. Concrete pools are built into the ground after being framed out at your home. Moreover, we can attach a spa for you, install a water fountain, water fall, or other water features as well as create a gradual sloping base with sunshevles at the edges. Concrete pools allow you to come up with the exact shape and design that you want.
Vinyl liner pools on the other hand are most often selected from a catalogue, with only a few shapes/sizes that are offered. This is because the pool is physically lined with a pool liner, so it has to be a relatively simple shape. Vinyl liners also must be replaced in as little to 3 years, but can sometimes last up to 8. Moreover, vinyl liner pools are subject to ripping and tearing, from kids and pets to pool equipment and debris from storms.
While concrete pools do have a higher up front cost than vinyl liner pools, the downsides fo vinyl simply outweigh the initial savings. Moreover, a concrete pool will enhance your backyard and increase the value of your property and can be a major selling point to potential buyers, whereas vinyl liner pools are often a headache and can turn the right home buyers away.
Let us install a superior custom pool in your backyard that will enhance your home and create a wonderful space that you will enjoy using for years to come. Have a conversation with us today about your needs and let us help you find out which pool is right for you, call 704-799-5236.
For financing on your new custom pool in Terrell North Carolina, contact Lyons Bank.