Okay, let's assume you've decided how your family will use the pool and what your approximate budget is. Now, let's talk about your primary options in an in ground pool. Vinyl-Liner In Ground Pools: In 1968 Eagle Pool & Spa began manufacturing and installing vinyl liner in ground pools.   We use only the finest building materials, using the same technology that is used in the construction of bridges, skyscrapers, water towers and applications where maximum strength is required and we combine this with experienced workmanship.   As the vinyl liner in ground pool industry has evolved, Eagle Pool & Spa has expanded by offering virtually an unlimited supply of custom shapes and designs with attached spas and water features.  Construction time for vinyl-liner pools is typically three to four weeks. Points to Ponder: Price:  Vinyl liner pools are less expensive than concrete and fiberglass in ground pools.  They save money over the life of the pool because they typically will require fewer chemicals than concrete pools. You also avoid future re-plastering costs. Weather:  Vinyl liner pools are popular in cold-weather areas of the country.  These pools can be easily winterized by protecting the skimmer, removing the water from the plumbing lines and covering them until the spring. Smooth Surface:  The vinyl liner is smooth and nonporous, making stain removal easy if stains are treated promptly.  Like fiberglass pools, dirt and algae haven’t any pores to cling to so pools tend to stay cleaner and use far less sanitizing chemicals. Maintenance:  Unlike a plaster finish, a vinyl liner pool does not change the chemistry of the water, so you often will use less acid.  Because of the non-porous surface, you don't need to brush the pool nearly as often as a plaster-finished concrete pool. Fiberglass In Ground Pools: A fiberglass pool is factory-manufactured and then installed in one piece in your back yard when your excavation is completed. Eagle Pool & Spa has been installing fiberglass pools since 2003. Points to Ponder: Price:  Fiberglass pools are generally similarly priced as concrete in ground pools, but can save you money over the life of the pool.  This is because they typically will require fewer chemicals than concrete pools. You also avoid future re- plastering and liner replacement costs. Maintenance:  Unlike a plaster finish, a fiberglass shell does not change the chemistry of the water, so you often will use less acid, lowering the pH.  Because of the non-porous surface, you don't need to brush the pool nearly as often as a plaster-finished concrete pool. Installation:  Once your yard has been excavated, the pool is delivered in one piece and installed. Construction time is generally about two weeks. Shock absorbent:  What happens if the earth moves?  Fiberglass has a shock-absorbing ability that allows it to flex up to 2 feet.  Concrete In Ground Pools: A concrete pool is custom-built to your specifications.  The initial installation generally cost similar or a little more than a fiberglass pool.  Concrete pools are constructed in stages, including pool layout and excavation; steel installation; plumbing installation; equipment set; gunnite or shotcrete application; tile and coping installation; and interior finish installation.  Although they take longer than fiberglass pools to construct, they have the advantage of virtually unlimited shapes, sizes and designs.  Points to Ponder: Variety of Finishes: A variety of interior finishes is available, including plaster, paint or pebbles. These provide you with several options to best suit your budget and desired design. Weather Resistant: Some industry specialists believe that concrete pools are well-suited to parts of the country that have extremely high summer-time temperatures. Concrete also is perceived by some to function better in areas where the soil is very expansive. Strength: Both fiberglass and concrete are materials of great strength.
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Okay, let's assume you've decided how your family will use the pool and what your approximate budget is. Now, let's talk about your primary options in an in ground pool. Vinyl-Liner In Ground Pools: In 1968 Eagle Pool & Spa began manufacturing and installing vinyl liner in ground pools.   We use only the finest building materials, using the same technology that is used in the construction of bridges, skyscrapers, water towers and applications where maximum strength is required and we combine this with experienced workmanship.   As the vinyl liner in ground pool industry has evolved, Eagle Pool & Spa has expanded by offering virtually an unlimited supply of custom shapes and designs with attached spas and water features Construction time for vinyl-liner pools is typically three to four weeks. Points to Ponder: Price:  Vinyl liner pools are less expensive than concrete and fiberglass in ground pools.  They save money over the life of the pool because they typically will require fewer chemicals than concrete pools. You also avoid future re- plastering costs. Weather:  Vinyl liner pools are popular in cold-weather areas of the country.  These pools can be easily winterized by protecting the skimmer, removing the water from the plumbing lines and covering them until the spring. Smooth Surface:  The vinyl liner is smooth and nonporous, making stain removal easy if stains are treated promptly.  Like fiberglass pools, dirt and algae haven’t any pores to cling to so pools tend to stay cleaner and use far less sanitizing chemicals. Maintenance:  Unlike a plaster finish, a vinyl liner pool does not change the chemistry of the water, so you often will use less acid.  Because of the non-porous surface, you don't need to brush the pool nearly as often as a plaster- finished concrete pool. Fiberglass In Ground Pools: A fiberglass pool is factory-manufactured and then installed in one piece in your back yard when your excavation is completed. Eagle Pool & Spa has been installing fiberglass pools since 2003. Points to Ponder: Price:  Fiberglass pools are generally similarly priced as concrete in ground pools, but can save you money over the life of the pool.  This is because they typically will require fewer chemicals than concrete pools. You also avoid future re-plastering and liner replacement costs. Maintenance:  Unlike a plaster finish, a fiberglass shell does not change the chemistry of the water, so you often will use less acid, lowering the pH.  Because of the non- porous surface, you don't need to brush the pool nearly as often as a plaster-finished concrete pool. Installation:  Once your yard has been excavated, the pool is delivered in one piece and installed. Construction time is generally about two weeks. Shock absorbent:  What happens if the earth moves?  Fiberglass has a shock-absorbing ability that allows it to flex up to 2 feet.  Concrete In Ground Pools: A concrete pool is custom-built to your specifications.  The initial installation generally cost similar or a little more than a fiberglass pool.  Concrete pools are constructed in stages, including pool layout and excavation; steel installation; plumbing installation; equipment set; gunnite or shotcrete application; tile and coping installation; and interior finish installation.  Although they take longer than fiberglass pools to construct, they have the advantage of virtually unlimited shapes, sizes and designs.  Points to Ponder: Variety of Finishes: A variety of interior finishes is available, including plaster, paint or pebbles. These provide you with several options to best suit your budget and desired design. Weather Resistant: Some industry specialists believe that concrete pools are well-suited to parts of the country that have extremely high summer-time temperatures. Concrete also is perceived by some to function better in areas where the soil is very expansive. Strength: Both fiberglass and concrete are materials of great strength.
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Okay, let's assume you've decided how your family will use the pool and what your approximate budget is. Now, let's talk about your primary options in an in ground pool. Vinyl-Liner In Ground Pools: In 1968 Eagle Pool & Spa began manufacturing and installing vinyl liner in ground pools.   We use only the finest building materials, using the same technology that is used in the construction of bridges, skyscrapers, water towers and applications where maximum strength is required and we combine this with experienced workmanship.   As the vinyl liner in ground pool industry has evolved, Eagle Pool & Spa has expanded by offering virtually an unlimited supply of custom shapes and designs with attached spas and water features.  Construction time for vinyl-liner pools is typically three to four weeks. Points to Ponder: Price:  Vinyl liner pools are less expensive than concrete and fiberglass in ground pools.  They save money over the life of the pool because they typically will require fewer chemicals than concrete pools. You also avoid future re-plastering costs. Weather:  Vinyl liner pools are popular in cold-weather areas of the country.  These pools can be easily winterized by protecting the skimmer, removing the water from the plumbing lines and covering them until the spring. Smooth Surface:  The vinyl liner is smooth and nonporous, making stain removal easy if stains are treated promptly.  Like fiberglass pools, dirt and algae haven’t any pores to cling to so pools tend to stay cleaner and use far less sanitizing chemicals. Maintenance:  Unlike a plaster finish, a vinyl liner pool does not change the chemistry of the water, so you often will use less acid.  Because of the non-porous surface, you don't need to brush the pool nearly as often as a plaster-finished concrete pool. Fiberglass In Ground Pools: A fiberglass pool is factory-manufactured and then installed in one piece in your back yard when your excavation is completed. Eagle Pool & Spa has been installing fiberglass pools since 2003. Points to Ponder: Price:  Fiberglass pools are generally similarly priced as concrete in ground pools, but can save you money over the life of the pool.  This is because they typically will require fewer chemicals than concrete pools. You also avoid future re-plastering and liner replacement costs. Maintenance:  Unlike a plaster finish, a fiberglass shell does not change the chemistry of the water, so you often will use less acid, lowering the pH.  Because of the non-porous surface, you don't need to brush the pool nearly as often as a plaster-finished concrete pool. Installation:  Once your yard has been excavated, the pool is delivered in one piece and installed. Construction time is generally about two weeks. Shock absorbent:  What happens if the earth moves?  Fiberglass has a shock-absorbing ability that allows it to flex up to 2 feet.  Concrete In Ground Pools: A concrete pool is custom-built to your specifications.  The initial installation generally cost similar or a little more than a fiberglass pool.  Concrete pools are constructed in stages, including pool layout and excavation; steel installation; plumbing installation; equipment set; gunnite or shotcrete application; tile and coping installation; and interior finish installation.  Although they take longer than fiberglass pools to construct, they have the advantage of virtually unlimited shapes, sizes and designs.  Points to Ponder: Variety of Finishes: A variety of interior finishes is available, including plaster, paint or pebbles. These provide you with several options to best suit your budget and desired design. Weather Resistant: Some industry specialists believe that concrete pools are well-suited to parts of the country that have extremely high summer-time temperatures. Concrete also is perceived by some to function better in areas where the soil is very expansive. Strength: Both fiberglass and concrete are materials of great strength.
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