Fiberglass Pools by St. John Pools
St. John Fiberglass Pools, Spas and Patios is one of the top fiberglass pool builders in the state of Texas. As a five-star dealer we have the ability to offer a wide verity of models to accommodate our clients needs. St. John Pools will assists you in designing a beautiful outdoor oasis incorporating the fiberglass pool model and patio of your dreams. St. John Pools experienced staff of designers is eager to visit with you.
Why Fiberglass Pools?
Choosing a Fiberglass Pool is a solid investment in your property with long lasting durability. St. John Fiberglass Pools offers high-definition, gel coat surfaces that create a unique look that no other pool offers with the benefits of a non-porous surface. Contact St. John Pools to take a look at the many beautiful, high-definition colors available.
The Rio Grande is annually one of St. John Pool’s most popular size family swimming pools. It has the capacity to easily accommodate about 20 people, making it perfect for those backyard get-together. The 35-foot length allows the serious swimmer to get through a workout with ease. The Rio Grande is larger than the national average size for an in ground pool. It ranges in depth from 3½ to 8½ feet, which allows ample depth for diving. At the shallow end of the pool are three steps for easy access, and a love seat that spans the width of the pool. The decking around the Rio Grande is as flexible as your imagination. It can include redwood, concrete, tile, or just about anything you desire shaped to produce a dramatic effect in your yard. With the Rio Grande you know you are getting the maximum in swimming pool fun.
The Trinity is one of St. John Pools most stylish designs, with long slender lines and gentle curves that lend a feeling of standing in the shadows of the acropolis in ancient Greece. The Trinity’s Grecian design makes it not only stylish but also practical for small yards and patio homes. This St. John Pool has a depth of 3 feet to 5 feet, and is 11 feet wide by 27 feet in length. The Trinity is one of St. John Pool’s all time most popular designs, with plenty of both depth and length to allow the swimmer in the family ample room for exercise. The shallow end not only contains the three steps entering the Trinity, but also a long love seat to simply relax in. The deep end has a swim out to which hydrotherapy jets can be easily installed. Choose any decking imaginable to turn your backyard into a Grecian courtyard with the Trinity from St. John Pools.
Benefits of a Fiberglass Pool
1. Less Maintenance
It has become a known fact that Fiberglass pools no longer carry the stigma that ‘pools are a lot of work’. In fact, most fiberglass pool owners spend less than 15-30 minutes a week in total maintenance.
2. Work Great with Salt
As many pool builders will tell you, Salt Systems for all its wonders, is abrasive to many surfaces. What’s this mean to you? Well, it simply means you’re going to have to resurface your concrete pool much sooner. But as for a Fiberglass Pool, salt is not a concern on the pool surface.
3. Less Cost
Fiberglass Pools and concrete pools may cost the same initially, but long term, due to the chemical, maintenance and resurfacing possibility a Fiberglass Pool is typically much more cost effective.
4. Quicker Install
Who wants a pool guy in their yard for months? Answer: Nobody. In fact, fiberglass pools are often completed, including decking, in 2-3 weeks time. This means less stress for homeowners, neighbors, pets, etc.
5. Much Easier on the Feet
Fiberglass Pools offer a smooth service unlike the pebble plasters that have become popular in traditional concrete pools.
6. More Appealing to Potential Home Buyer
Swimming pools will add upwards of 16%-20% to the resale value of your home. Making a pool one of the best upgrades available to your home .
7. Much Harder for Algae to Grow
Fiberglass pools have become well known to combat ‘the green monster’ due to their non-porous surface.
8. Seating is Included
Fiberglass pools include built-in steps and benches and many also include tanning ledges a popular feature that always costs more with other types of pools.
9. The Green Advantage
With all the talk of the environment today, anything that uses less chemicals is a good thing. And when it comes to concrete vs. fiberglass, there’s no question which one uses less.
10. Sound Structure, Built to Last
No matter what your soil conditions are, fiberglass is the ideal suitor because it’s flexible enough to bend with shrink/swell, but strong enough to deal with the constant elements over the years.