Dell Outdoor has been designing and installing fiberglass pools for many years with great success. The addition of a swimming pool to any home or property is a wonderful way to enjoy the hotter months of the year with friends and family. You will find yourself spending much more time on your outdoor areas having some really great get-togethers. There are millions of families around the USA that are enjoying a wide range of activities and benefits of their fiberglass pools. Why go out to a public pool or recreation park when you can have a beautiful pool in your very own backyard? Not only will it allow you to have some great pool parties and BBQ’s but it will also increase the visual appeal of your landscapes. You can add a water feature, some pool lighting and pave the surrounds of your fiberglass pool to finish off the area nicely. At Dell Pools, we can help you with all of this and more!
Many clients get confused when it comes to choosing the type of pool they want – whether it should be a fiberglass, Gunite or vinyl pool. This is where having the advice of the pool professionals here at Dell Pools can make your choices a lot simpler. We'll sit down with you and discuss the main use of the pool and the surrounding condition and size of the property, as well as your budget. Once we have all the information put together you will be much more confident to make the right decision for you. When we talk about fiberglass pools, we are talking a pool made from a type of reinforced plastic. This plastic is molded into a a wide range of shapes and sizes including kidney, oval and rectangle. It is installed by digging the appropriate sized hole, then placing the necessary plumbing and sand filler. The pool mold is lowered into the hole, leveled and then backfilled. Once this is done, the surrounding of the pool is usually either paved, concreted or a deck is built.
We are your one stop shop when it comes to swimming pool and all the surrounding landscaping and hardscaping work that goes with it. We can do as little or as much as you want us to do, to make your pool blend in with the rest of your landscape. Perhaps that means planting some gardens, trees and shrubs, paving or building a deck, adding a patio so that you can have a place to sit and relax while others are swimming in the pool. The options and our services are endless. A new pool is so beneficial for everyone in the family. Swimming is not only fun, but it is also a great way of staying fit, for it is an excellent form of exercise. Or maybe you just want a place to sit and relax after a hard day’s work and enjoy the tranquil sounds of the lapping water.
Below is a list of just some of the reasons why we at Dell Pools, Inc believe that a fiberglass pool is the smart choice:
Easy to Install
Low Chemical Usage
Colors Smooth FinishStrength
If these points have caught your attention and you are looking into installing a fiberglass pool, then there is really only one place to go – Dell Outdoor. Our experienced staff members are ready to answer all of your fiberglass pool inquiries. So don’t hesitate and contact us today to take the next step towards having that magical fiberglass pool in your backyard!
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On the average depending on size and features the initial purchase price ranges from $50-85 K.
No. They are very low in maintenance. They need less care than concrete and vinyl liners pools. Not only less to do, it's easier to do.
Freeform ( curves), Kidney, Rectangular, Roman (arched ends).
1-2 weeks and that includes the pool, coping, and safety fence.
No. Fiberglass is very durable and flexible making it very difficult for any sort of crack to cause any structural damage.
As small as 10x12 and as large as 40×16.
The structure of the pool will last 50+ years and do come with a lifetime structural warranty.