Swimming Pool Builder ContractorAs soon as you decide to build an in-ground pool in your residence, several things should be considered. However before you get much too excited about the thought, you have to take it one step at a time. One of several first actions at setting up a swimming pool is usually to know and decide the swimming pool’s style.

Though planning your pool gives you the freedom to be as resourceful as you would like, you need to explore a number of factors like the interiors of the pool, its shape, materials used for the construction, and so on.

Setting up a swimming pool is not really as easy as you may think, and the planning phase might get a little confusing and disheartening if you do not have your special swimming pool’s architect close to you. You need someone extremely competent and knowledgeable that can assist you with your decisions all throughout the building of the pool, so find yourself an excellent swimming pool contractor and make your life a lot easier.

Almost certainly, swimming pool builders will expose you to the various swimming pool styles available in the market today. Although it is not necessary that you stay with the standard styles and shapes, understanding what’s traditional occasionally helps.

Classic Swimming Pool – common swimming pool styles are very simple. While it has straight sides, its vintage feel is eternal.

Rectangular Pools – rectangular swimming pools are both a practical and elegant choice. Should you be a passionate swimmer, a rectangular pool is perfect for swimming laps.

Free-form pools – a free-form pool is great if you’d like something comfy. This offers personal and comfortable edges in which you may unwind and spend some quiet moment with your self.

Custom pool designs – you may always layout your pool according to your style. Some people have built pools in the form of company logos, a musical instrument, and tropical isle, and whatnot.

Picking your swimming pool’s style is easy if you know what you want.

Fiberglass Pool Lighting

Fiberglass pools have been available for decades, but are becoming more and more popular. They come in many sizes and shapes, are easier to clean than traditional pools, and best of all, they often come with, or can be fitted with, amazing color-changing lights. Picture your yard on a balmy summer evening. Fiberglass pool lighting in brilliant green, blue, red or purple shines through the night, giving your pool a magical glow. It’s a perfect setting for a twilight party for the neighborhood, or maybe a romantic evening for two.

There are several types of fiberglass pool lighting to choose from. Some have automatic color switches, and can be programmed to change colors in preset or self-selected patterns. Softly-lit fountains can bubble in your spa, or a beautifully colored waterfall will ripple from the spa into the main pool.

Fiber-optic lights are one choice for fiberglass pool lighting that has become very popular. These lights can be installed underwater or above the water level, and are low-maintenance. The light fixtures are fitted into light niches on the sides of the pool as in standard pool lighting. Safety is one of the keywords used in connection with fiber-optic lights. These lights come in a “moonglow” option, which emits a more natural light that is especially effective for night swimming, and for lighting steps. The other keyword is affordability. Fiber-optic lights use much less power than standard or halogen lights, and emit little heat.

Halogen bulbs can be used in pools, too, but must be installed below the water level as the cool pool water is part of the cooling system. These are installed in sealed niches to keep the water and electricity from mixing. Halogen bulbs give a bright light which is preferred by some pool owners. The bulbs last for about 1000 hours.

LED lights are another choice in fiberglass pool lighting. They are easy to install; bulb changing is also simple and safe. LED lights give a wide range of light, eliminating the shadows in the corners and ends of the pool that are common with standard pool lighting. They are also available in an exciting range of colors, which can be changed with a simple toggle switch. These lights, like the fiber-optic lights, are very energy efficient, and last up to five times longer than standard pool lights.
Whichever type you choose, enjoy your fiberglass pool lighting.

Bay Shore

Bay Shore - 14' x 30' x 6' Deep

Beachside

Beachside - 10' x 18' x 4' Deep

Big Blue Key

Blue Key - 16' x 39' x 6'6" Deep

Big Blue Key

Big Blue Key - 16' x 39' x 8' Deep

Blue Isle

Blue Isle - 15' x 34' x 6'6" Deep

Classic Cove

Classic Cove - 14' x 33' x 6' Deep

Coral Isle

Coral Isle - 12' x 26' x 5'6" Deep

Coral Reef

Coral Reef - 15' x 32' x 6'6" Deep

Crescent Bay

Crescent Bay -14' x 26' x 6' Deep

Crystal Bay

Crystal Bay - 10' x 20' x 5' Deep

Crystal Shore

Crystal Shore - 11' x 20' x 4' Deep

Deep Lagoon

Deep Lagoon - 15' x 32' x 8' Deep

Emerald Cove

Emerald Cove - 14' x 29' x 6'6" Deep

Island Bay

Island Bay - 12' x 30' x 5'6" Deep

Island Fun

Island Fun - 11' x 20' x 4' Deep

Island Waters

Island Waters

Island-Bay

Island-Bay

Key Spa

Key Spa

Kidney Spa

Kidney Spa

Long Beach

Long Beach

Long Key

Long Key

Octagon Spa

Octagon Spa

Olympic Bay

Olympic Bay

Palm Cove

Palm Cove - 11' x 16' x 4' Deep

Palm Key

Palm Key

Paradise Beach

Paradise Beach

Plesant-Cove

Plesant-Cove

Round Spa

Round Spa

Royal Bay

Royal Bay

Royal Isle

Royal Isle

Sandy Cove

Sandy Cove

Sea Cove

Sea Cove

Sea Shore

Sea Shore

Sea Swirl

Sea Swirl

Shoreline

Shoreline

Southwind

Southwind

Sparkle Beach

Sparkle Beach

Square Spa

Square Spa

Sun Splash

Sun Splash

Sunny Waters

Sunny Waters

Sunset Bay

Sunset Bay

Sunset Beach

Sunset Beach

Sunset Waters

Sunset Waters

Sunset-Bay

Sunset-Bay

Three Moon Bay

Three Moon Bay

Tropic Cove

Tropic Cove

Tropical

Tropical

Twin Bay

Twin Bay

Twin Cove

Twin Cove

Twin Key

Twin Key

Twin Waters

Twin Waters

Twin-Bay

Twin-Bay

Twin-Key

Twin-Key

Vista-Isle

Vista-Isle

Waters Edge

Waters Edge

Wave Crest

Wave Crest

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mrmarmot asked:

I have a 22,000 gallon in ground fiberglass pool. I havent had this problem in prior years. The latest readings (after several rounds of shock including 10 bags 4 days ago) are as follows:

CYA – 150
Total Chlorine .6
Free Chlorine 0
Ph – 7.2
Adj Total Alkalinity 179
Total hardness – 278
No algae

Even after adding 10 bags of high chlorine (over 60%) shock the reading was only 6 for chlorine and it dropped to 1.0 the next day. Usually it would remain high for days in years past.

I dont have chlorine lock and I’ve done the OTO test so its not a reagent bonding issue. I also took a cup of the water and added some chlorine to it and then it does test high so not being blocked. I did the dilution test and know that its not an issue of over chlorination.

The only new thing this year is xialite replacing the sand in the filter.Any suggestions before we try draining the pool? We’ve gone through more chlorine and shock in one month than we even come close to in a seaso

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amydelcambre asked:

I am going to meet with someone who has a fiberglass pool shell. I am not sure of the exact size but it is rectangle shape and looks fairly large (approx 40 x 20). How much money do think I should pay for the shell of the pool.