Penguin Pools is trying to take all the guessing out of Inground Swimming Pools. The more information you know the easier our job is!
Below Penguin Pools has laid the different types of inground swimming pools and the pro and cons of each.
- Vinyl Liner Swimming Pools are the most economical (view pricing).
- Vinyl liner pools are fully customizable to what you want – size, shape, depth.
- Vinyl liners have a liner that at some point will fail and will need to get replaced.
- Liners generally last 10 years and cost roughly $3,000 to replace.
- Fiberglass Swimming Pools are a solid structure and don’t have a liner to fail.
- Cadillac of the pool industry
- Fiberglass Pools cost $10,000 – $15,000 more than vinyl liner pools.
- Fiberglass Pools can’t be customized in any way.
- Maximum pool width is 16′.
- Concrete Swimming Pools are a solid structure and don’t have a liner to fail.
- Concrete pools are fully customizable to what you want – size, shape, depth.
- Concrete Pools cost $15,000 – $20,000 more than fiberglass pools.