Why should I consider buying a fiberglass pool?
Fiberglass pools are not only beautiful, they are affordable, quick to install and easy to maintain. Plus, they provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment.
Can you also pour the concrete around my pool?
Yes, we own Curtis Ventures a concrete company based out of Salado, Texas. Visit that site by clicking here
How long does it take to install?
It depends on the season, and how busy we are. Please contact us to get an idea of how long install might take.
Where are these pools made?
They are made Kingsbury, Texas, about 40 miles from San Antonio and 50 miles from Austin.
Will a pool increase the value of my home?
A pool will certainly increase your home’s value. But the biggest value is simply the fun and enjoyment a pool provides you and your family. And that’s priceless.
Why Choose A Fiberglass Pool?
- Beautiful designs. There are many different shapes and sizes to choose from. Pool Sizes
- Affordability. Fiberglass pools are significantly less expensive to own than vinyl or concrete pools. Financing Available.
- Quick installation – days rather than weeks or months.
- Easy to maintain – 30 minutes per week maximum. That gives you more time to relax and enjoy your pool.
- Comfort. Fiberglass has a smooth, satin finish. Walking and seating areas are textured for slip resistance.
- Lower electric bills.
- Lower chemical cost.
- No costly resurfacing, repainting or re-plastering. There is no expensive liner to replace.
- Easy to clean. Sweep dirt and algae off with a brush.
- Strength. Fiberglass is 17 times stronger than a concrete pool.
- Lifetime Structural Warranty*. The first fiberglass pool made in the 1950’s is still in use today. And it looks as good as the day it left the factory.
- Quality control. Fiberglass pools are manufactured indoors according to strict quality controls. Concrete and vinyl pools are built in your back yard, so the quality and workmanship varies greatly with each pool.
Maintain Your Pool
How do I backwash my pool?
There is a multiport on top of your sand filter, simply turn it to backwash and let run for approximately 3-5 minutes. Click here for links to download filter flyers and manuals.
How high does the water need to be in my pool?
You should always try to leave a 1″ opening between the water level and the top of the skimmer.
How often do I need to brush down my walls?
If you have a salt system, every 2-3 days. Chlorine System, as needed.
How do I winterize my pool?
Before winterizing, be sure you’ve thoroughly cleaned your pool.
• Then, give your pool a good heavy shock treatment.
• Next, once chlorine has dropped back to normal level, add algaecide.
• After that, lower the water down just past the returns. This will get all the water out of the lines to prevent freezing and cracked pipes and it will keep your pool from becoming too full from rain or melting snow.
• Finally, Cover your pool for Winter!