Installation

One of the truly unique features of fiberglass pools is their molded one-piece construction which enables them to be installed in only a fraction of the time it takes to construct and outfit a concrete pool. A typical pool can be up and running within two weeks of its arrival at a home site.

When the pool excavation is completed, the excavated floor is compacted with lime stone dust and water and graded to the contour of the pool bottom. The one piece fiberglass pool is then set in place and filling begins. As the pool fills with water, lime stone dust is water-compacted around the outside of the pool to lock it into place.

While this process is in progress, the plumbing installation, equipment set, and electrical connections are completed. Deck installation, yard cleanup and pool operation instructions complete the process.

The ability of a pool to flex without losing strength is especially important areas where the ground tends to shift. Fiberglass pools are 17 times stronger than concrete, with a tensile strength of 11,300 pounds per square inch. This means it would take 11,300 pounds of pull to fracture one square inch of a pool. This flexible strength allows the pool to expand or contract with the earth without being damaged. Because the tile trim is secured to the pool with silicone adhesive and silicone grout, the tile will flex with the pool. The silicone grout is also impervious to stains and algae growth

 
     
 
     
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