Frequently Asked Questions
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A. The main difference between a fibreglass and a concrete pool is the cost and design flexibility. As fibreglass pools are manufactured from a standard factory mould, they tend to be cheaper to purchase, install and maintain. While a concrete pool may cost you more, it allows you complete flexibility in the shape and style of pool you have built.
A. The cost of building a pool depends on a number of factors, including the type, terrain it is being built on, surrounding landscape and add-ons. Contact us to discuss your requirements and arrange for a quote.
A. It really depends on your preferences. A saltwater pool is more economical and requires less maintenance. Chlorine pools are quicker at eliminating bacteria, but do require more consistent maintenance.
A. It really depends on your preferences. A saltwater pool is more economical and requires fewer maintenance. Chlorine pools are quicker at eliminating bacteria, but do require more consistent maintenance.
A. Waterline tiles are installed just below a pool’s coping/cap. Most pools will have waterline tiles, however they aren’t essential. Their purpose is to help to manage floating surface scum, such as pollen, sunscreen, body oils and fake tan.
A. If you want to help maintain water temperature, reduce water evaporation, have fewer leaves to skim out and lower chlorine consumption, then YES!