Featured Products
Products See More
  Fiberglass Filament Yarn
  Fiberglass Insect Screen
  Glass Textile Wallcovering
  Fiberglass Mats
  Chopped Strands
  Woven Roving
  Fiberglass Mesh
  Drywall Joint Tape
  Glass Fiber Fabric/Cloth
  Fiberglass Roving
  Fiberglass Sleeving
  Geomembranes/Pond Liners
  Other Geosynthetics/Earthwork
  Engineering Fiber
  Geosynthetic Clay Liners/GCLs
  Drainage Net
  PVC Corner Mesh/Corner Bead
  Silicone Baking Mat
  Polyester Roofing Fabric
Featured Products  
47.What are the Advantages of Fiberglass Swimming Pools?


Input Date::[2010/12/27 18:14:37]    From:Fibtex Co.,Ltd.


Fiberglass swimming pools have several advantages over traditional swimming pools. A fiberglass pool is installed in the backyard in a matter of days while a traditional swimming pool may take weeks to install. First, the site is excavated and dug. Then the pool is placed inside the hole.

Fiberglass swimming pools are one-piece shells manufactured from fiberglass. They are coated with a gel that is similar to the ones used on boats and pool slides. These pools are more expensive than other types of swimming pools and come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and tile patterns.

Simplicity of installation is just one of several advantages to choosing fiberglass swimming pools. In addition, pool made from fiberglass requires virtually no maintenance. While traditional pools require frequent professional services, fiberglass pools do not. Since they are built from strong, composite materials, they can withstand drastic changes in temperature. Unlike regular swimming pools, a fiberglass pool never needs to be resurfaced or relined. If the bottom of the pool suffers a hairline fracture, the fracture rarely irrevocably damages the structure.

Another advantage of choosing a fiberglass swimming pool is the fact that, unlike plaster pools, the pH level of the water is never affected. For this reason, it isn't necessary to apply many chemicals to the water in a fiberglass pool. Since an excessive amount of chemicals is not added to the water, it requires less circulating as well. A decrease in water circulating means the pool pump doesn't have to work as hard. In short, a pool owner's utility bills aren't nearly as high as the bills of a person who owns a traditional swimming pool.

A concrete pool will often absorb algae, making it difficult to clean. In contrast, fiberglass swimming pools do not absorb algae. A pool owner merely needs to use a broom to direct algae toward the pool's main drain. A fiberglass pool can be cleaned just as a bathtub is cleaned. Pool owners can use a simple cleanser to wipe away any dirt or rings left by body oil or sunscreen.

 Previous     Next

Copyright 2006-2011   Fibtex Co.,Ltd. All rights reserved. Management
            Registration No.:ICP-SD-07005441    Tel:0086 538 8489018    Fax:0086 538 8488028