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Thread: Fiberglass pool inground inserts

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    May 2007
    Alberta, Canada

    Fiberglass pool inground inserts

    We have friends that are considering putting in one of these fiberglass inground insert pools.
    We live in Alberta, Canada so have some fierce winters. It's not uncommon at all for us to get 40 below and lots of snow.
    Just wondering does anyone have one, had experience with one?
    Any thoughts on how they stand up to thaw/freeze cycles.
    100,000 liter IG vinyl liner
    Rolachem Chlorine & Muratic acid Auto feeders/Pool Perfect Auto feeder
    Pentair 30" filter (Tagelus) Sand filter/Centruion switchless pump 1.5/.25 HP

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    May 2007
    New Brunswick Canada

    Re: Fiberglass pool inground inserts

    These pools are no different then concrete or vinyl lined pools. They close the same, their huge plus in my opinion, is they need less care for the water that is in them, as it will not affect the sides. But the water still needs to be balanced for the skin an eyes.

    IMO, I think they are not worth the price they ask for them. They are considered the "Premium Pool" and the price reflects that. I have a vinyl lined pool and if I was ever to build one again. I would go with the shot crete and put some cool designs in it like alot of the ones on here. Your choices are limitless when doing shotcrete.

    Hope that helps

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