With the unseasonably warm temperatures that much of the country is experiencing, we can’t blame you if you find yourself daydreaming about that gorgeous swimming pool you want to install in your backyard. Maybe you’re picturing the clean, classic lines of a rectangular pool. Or perhaps you’re after the organic feel of a rounded or free-form design. Water features? An adjoining spa? Custom tile work? Let your imagination run wild!
For most people, the whole point of buying an in-ground backyard pool is to relax in it. But compared to fiberglass pool owners, people with concrete pools spend a lot more time and money on maintenance. Read on for a quick comparison.Read More
No question about it, the vinyl liners used in swimming pools are amazing feats of manufacturing genius. Incredibly strong, durable, smooth to the touch, algae-resistant, and long-lasting, they make owning a pool easy and affordable. But, the most impressive thing about liners is how they are custom-tailored to fit your pool. Like a fine Italian suit, liners are built using rolled vinyl sheets assembled together based on your pool measurements. Unfortunately, as impressive as they are, standard vinyl liners have one particularly noticeable flaw. In many cases, the seams between the sections of a liner are visible. And that distracting line tends to become more pronounced as the liner ages.