What type of existing swimming pool? You can patch an existing fiberglass pool.
Yes it seems that whirlpool does make fiberglass swimming pools but I could not find an actual fiberglass swimming pool from the keyword listed by whirlpool.
What do you exactly mean? How much water swimming pool weigh? Then it is kilograms. Hope that helped:)
Fiberglass swimming pools are easier to maintain, repair, and are less costly to install.
There are three important construction methods for a swimming pool: concrete, vinyl liner and fiberglass. The most used construnction method for a swimming pool is concrete.
Leisurepoolsusa.com provide a wide range of fiberglass inground swimming pools. Visit the website to see if this company has a dealership in your state.
You would have to hire a fiberglass pool repair company to do the several layers of reconstruction of a fiberglass pool. The "gelcoat" is part of the surfacing proceedure and can not be purchased in a store or wholesale wharehouse.
I believe the deepest you can get is 8 feet if its a pre built pool
A fiberglass swimming pool can be purchased from specific retailers that deal entirely in swimming pools. Most of the time these are brick-and-mortar establishments and may vary from location to location. However, online sites such as Water World Pools, or All-In-One Pools, do sell and ship fiberglass pools.
Some can be. They are usually made of metal and plastic. I have seen a few fiberglass ladders though.
Best answer.... Don't fiberglass... Fiberglass pools come as one structure. Replaster or get a new liner....
Fiberglass pools are less susceptible to having problems with the finish if your water chemistry is off. They do tend to have some problems with warping that you won't have with a cement pool. The fiberglass liner is usually cheaper also.
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gnomes come at night and chip it off
We were getting fiberglass in our skin, so we had the pool resurfaced. They blasted away the old fiberglass an put a new coat in. It is supposed to last 12-15 years. Get the pool resurfaced. Find a company that REALLY KNOWS the business of resurfacing fiberglass.
distance???? Do you mean how far can a swimming pool travel???
30 years WRONG! No one knows for sure how long a fiberglass pool will last when properly maintained. Our company has restored fiberglass pools built in the 1960's, when they were manufactured in 4 pieces and then screwed together on-site. If the gel coat on any fiberglass pool is removed and then replaced with new swimming pool gel coat once every 20 years, they can last into the next century.
No!!! Under no circumstances should you drain a fiberglass in-ground pool. Unlike the standard in-ground pool, the fiberglass pool base is unreinforced concrete or other hard surface material that was applied directly to the soil in a thin layer. It is only there to allow the fiberglass to be sprayed on and form a hard shell. The weight of the water is what holds the fiberglass in place. If you drain the pool without refilling it immediately, you will allow external ground pressures and/or ground water to buckle the sides or bottom and you will have the fiberglass completely redone.
Fiberglass swimming pools, in the group, can last a very long time! They can last well past 30 years! But, they can quickly become damaged if they are not cared for properly. Contact your pool specialist if there is ever damage so that it can be fixed before one small crack ruins your entire pool.
Gunite and concrete pools can be insulated by resurfacing with fiberglass. Because fiberglass is non-porous, heat is not lost through the plaster finish. If the pool is already fiberglass, there is nothing further that can be done, unless the pool is not yet installed in which case a spray of insulating material can be given to the outside of the fibreglass pool prior to installation.
Fiberglass is very durable and has an extremly long lifespan. It should last several decades depending on how well it is taken care of
The cost of a fiberglass or concrete pool depends on what part of the country you live in. In much the United States, especially southern regions, a fiberglass pool can cost more than a concrete pool. In the Midwest market that we build in a fiberglass pool will typically cost 10% - 20% less than a quality built concrete pool that is built be a reputable company. For other swimming pool questions you can visit my blog at signaturepoolschicago.com/blog.
Not recommended. If the fiberglass pool floats, it will do considerable damage.
One of the main advantages of a fiberglass swimming pool is that it takes only days to install compared to weeks for a concrete one. They require less chemicals to clean and are more durable.
it means your swimming in a pool with dirty water and fish.....get out!