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Inground Pools

Vinyl

Vinyl models are another option to consider. These inground pools are installed by placing a steel frame in the ground. It is then covered with a strong plastic cover. For those homeowners who want to customize the shape but do not want the expense of concrete, vinyl is a comparable option. They are significantly less costly than other options and are quick to install.

While they are durable and considered strong by industry standards, they do come with a set of risks. The probability of puncture to the lining is one of the biggest risks. If the liner is punctured or torn, leaks will be imminent. If this happens, a technician will have to locate and repair the leak or replace the liner altogether.

Fiberglass

Another option is fiberglass. Fiberglass models are prefabricated structures that are manufactured in several shapes and sizes. They are placed directly into the ground. This option is the least expensive for this type of pool. Fiberglass models are easier to install than both concrete and vinyl and can be done fairly quickly. They are also more durable than vinyl models.

The primary drawback is the lack of versatility. While there are different shapes available, they are few compared to what is available in other formats. Decorative accents are also limited due to mass production.

Before making a final choice, carefully consider the benefits and drawbacks of the different types of inground pools. The look and style are important, but so are the price and versatility. In addition, it is important to make regional considerations. Climate and the terrain of the land are key factors in the decision. Always work closely with a professional pool installation service to obtain the best advice on this major home investment.