Fewer Chemicals, Less Energy
Because fiberglass pools are non-porous, fewer chemicals are needed because algae is less prone to attach to smoother surfaces. Fiberglass pools operate on lower chlorine levels, regardless of whether a salt water chlorinator or traditional chlorine is used. Less chemicals and energy is good for your family, the environment—and your wallet!
Save Time and Money
Fiberglass pools in general act as a natural insulator. Your filter and heater will potentially run dramatically less than equipment on other pool types. Depending on the climate and size of the pool, a homeowner can potentially save thousands per year on their pool maintenance with a fiberglass pool.
Innovative Eco-Friendly Pools
Our daily choices impact the environment, from household cleaning products to automobile emissions...a swimming pool is no different. That’s why informed consumers choose eco-friendly fiberglass pool.
Not only do they use less chemicals and energy, fiberglass pools require no re-plastering and no routine acid washing. Because fiberglass pools are comprised of a single, solid structure, they do not have the potential to leech chemicals and rust back into the groundwater—resulting in a more eco-friendly environment.
PROPERTIES OF A FIBERGLASS POOL
Hearing that fiberglass pools are “extremely durable” is encouraging as you look to make a purchase. And that’s more than just talk. Here are some details to back up that claim:
Fiberglass is considerably stronger than concrete and will not require re-plastering or acid washes over time.
Fiberglass has a smooth, non-porous surface that is very easy to clean and maintain.
Fiberglass is an insulator that, coupled with an autocover, can help owners save big on heating costs and maintenance.
Fiberglass allows for flexibility, enabling it to withstand ground movement that would destroy other types of pools.
Fiberglass naturally inhibits algae growth, resulting in significant savings on chemicals.