• Simple, cost-effective maintenance
• Quick installation
• Excellent durability
• Range of design options
• Salt system compatibility
There are a couple of downsides to be considered when it comes to fiberglass in-ground pools. One is the fact that the initial cost is slightly higher than a vinyl liner pool. However, you’ll spend less in the long run due to liner replacements that are needed every five to nine years.The only major drawback to a fiberglass in-ground pool is the fact that you can’t customize its shape, depth, or overall size. This isn’t necessarily a problem for most people, because there are so many prefabricated options from which to choose. We’ve found that around 90% of customers can find a fiberglass pool that meets their specific needs.