From its structural integrity to the water’s chemical balance, swimming pools can cost a pretty penny to maintain. However, there are ways to slash the maintenance costs of your soon-to-be-installed pool.
One such way is to go for a fibreglass pool instead. How does the difference in material slash expenses?
Fibreglass pools are popular throughout the industry because they don’t entail labour-intensive installation. In most cases, a fibreglass pool only takes two weeks to complete. As a point of comparison, a concrete pool will take months to finish, assuming the weather cooperates. As such, pool construction contractors offer a great price for fibreglass pools.
Fibreglass pools are a low maintenance swimming pool option. They resist most forms of corrosion (unlike concrete pools) and has a very long lifespan. As a result, you save thousands of dollars on refinishes and repairs.
Concrete and other types of pools can have rough edges that can cause skin abrasions. With its smooth-to-the-touch finish, fibreglass pools can help cut down on the costs of refinishes and bandages, especially if the swimmers love to dive into the water.
Overall, a fibreglass pool’s durability and ease of installation will allow you to save thousands of dollars in the long run. To maximise these savings, hire a contractor with experience in installing such pools.