4 Reasons Why You Should Choose Concrete Pools Over FRP Pools

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4 Reasons Why You Should Choose Concrete Pools Over FRP Pools

4 Reasons Why You Should Choose Concrete Pools Over FRP Pools

Your swimming pool is a huge investment, so it is important to consider all factors for their swimming pool and landscape design. One of the crucial factors to consider is the pool material type, a topic that causes great debate when choosing a swimming pool:  fibreglass or concrete.

Both FRP and concrete pools have their benefits, but there are some reasons why customers prefer using concrete pools.

1. Have Limitless Design Choices

Fibreglass pools are made in a cookie-cutter shape and then they are delivered to your home. This makes the pool easy to install at the location, but it means you are stuck to a particular set of designs. Though it is not an issue for all, some people choose to have a customised design for a pool that fits at their location perfectly. Concrete pools are best for those who want to have a pool tailored to their unique size and depth requirements. Concrete pools also allow you greater flexibility with the final finishes, with a wide range of pebble or tile options available. 

2. Similar Costs

FRP and concrete swimming pools are similar in cost when considering the pool design. If you differentiate between the concrete and fibreglass pools, the concrete pool tends to be the more cost-effective option when you are investing in a larger pool. 

Nautilus Pools is one of the most trusted pool construction and maintenance companies in Queensland. We maintain the highest standards of services to our customers, providing affordable service for both residential and commercial swimming pools and spas. Nautilus Pools has trained, experienced and knowledgeable professionals who can understand your pool requirements and will provide the best services in your area.

3. Versatile features

A concrete pool can be customised as per the need of the homeowner. You can also add various features that can further personalise your pool design. You might be looking for some underwater light features, a grotto or a waterfall for instance. If you want to customise the pool we recommend choosing a concrete pool over the fibreglass one.

4. Concrete pools are easy to repair

In terms of durability, both the FRP and concrete pools will last you many years. However, no swimming pool is immune to our often harsh environmental conditions. Concrete pools are quite easy to repair should the need arise.

Fibreglass can crack in our tropical summers and will deteriorate quickly over time, if the pool is not installed correctly, these pools can also bow in areas and be impacted by tree roots and movement of ground; you will need to change the entire pool shell. However, for the concrete pools, you may only have to repair a particular spot, and that can save you time & money. With concrete pools, if you wish to upgrade your pool tiles and surrounds, it is also an easy, less expensive exercise than a fibreglass pool.

Therefore, it is clear that concrete pools are more beneficial as compared to FRP pools. If you want to install a unique pool with a range of features, you should choose a reputed company like Nautilus Pools to help in the proper construction and maintenance of your new pool. Contact us today to find out how.