Swimming Pools To BuyWhat kind of swimming pool to buy / build? Fiberglass or concrete?
I live in central Florida and wish to add an In Ground Pool to our home. First off I realize that a pool comes with expense, effort and liability and I am prepared for that. I have found two reputable contractors, one for fiberglass and one for concrete. In fact, they both use the same sub-contractors for decking and screen enclosures and I am confident with either of them. I also realize the fiberglass pool would be quicker to install but that does not concern me. Per square foot, the prices seem identical. They both look very good. I am sure there are pro's and con's to each. But in general, what is the best pool for Florida considering durability, maintenance, etc?
Concrete pools seem as though once you get ground shifting are a nightmare to repair where as fiberglass can be layered and the fiberglass bonds together in a repair much better than trying to bond a concrete repair i think i would go fiberglass
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Swimming pools are not worth the price to build2010-08-09 09:43:17 by social2010
These days because many houses with swimming pools are on the market with a zero mark-up for the pool itself. This is due to the fact that a pool can be a liability in terms of selling a home if the buyers view a pool as a negative. You would do better to buy a home WITH a pool than invest in putting one in to a home that doesn't already have one
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