Fiberglass Pools

Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders
Inground fiberglass pool builders

Award-Winning Fiberglass Pools

Not only do we offer top-quality pools and outdoor living products, but we can also help you save significant amounts of money. In addition to offering very reasonable prices, our award-winning fiberglass pools will make your pool significantly easier – and less costly – to maintain.

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    Where should I place my pool?

     Adding an in-ground pool requires careful planning. You must weigh several considerations when choosing a spot for your oasis, all of which ensure you meet your design goals and you don’t violate any regulations. Use the following tips for optimal results.

     

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      All of the following pools come with 50-year transferable warrantiesBy having this coverage, you’re more likely to see the full 8% return on investment in-ground pools can provide.

      1. Find Utility Lines and Know Zoning Laws

      First, determine where you cannot place your pool. Avoid electric and plumbing lines, your septic tank, and the drain field. You can’t build near or on top of these because you’ll cut off service to your home. Also, be aware of zoning laws; obtain a permit from your local government and provide pool plans so that they can approve.

      2. Plan for Additions

      If you plan on adding a deck, patio, or other outdoor feature down the road, ensure you have plenty of space. Many homeowners build these at the same time as the in-ground pool. Work with a contractor first to mark space for hardscapes and decking so that pool construction doesn’t encroach.

      3. Balance Visibility & Privacy

      You don’t want your in-ground pool to feel totally closed off; at the same time, you don’t want to sacrifice your privacy. First, consider what’s already in place. If you have a lot of landscaping, the foliage can easily shield against prying eyes. Also, you can add a fence for additional cover, though you need to plan it before building the pool.

      Midwest Pool Builders & Stonecrafters has a wide variety of Fiberglass pools. This means that you’re sure to find something which suits your lifestyle and personality. Take a look at some of the products we have available.

      8′ Deep Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 37′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 8′
      Fallons: 18,800
      Square feet: 540

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      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 38′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 8′ with 2 loungers and table
      Gallons: 19,000
      Square feet: 555

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 43′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 8′
      Gallons: 21,600
      Square feet: 630

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 18′ x 43′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 8′
      Gallons: 24,500
      Square feet: 714

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      Custom Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 34′
      Depth: 3′ – 6′ with tanning ledge
      Gallons: 12,400
      Square feet: 403

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      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 30′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 5’6″
      Gallons: 10,000
      Square feet: 375

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 36′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′, with lounger and table
      Gallons: 14,600
      Square feet: 555

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      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 10 x 17′
      Depth: 4′ FLAT with lounger and table
      Gallons: 3,400
      Square feet: 144

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 13′ x 26′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′
      Gallons: 8,600
      Square feet: 300

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 35′
      Depth: 3″ – 6′ with tanning ledge
      Gallons: 13,600
      Square feet: 510

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 9′ x 17′
      Depth: 4’3″ FLAT
      Gallons: 3,25
      Square feet: 128

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      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 34′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′
      Gallons: 14,100
      Square feet: 495

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      Freeform Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 12′ x 25′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 5’6″
      Gallons: 7,000
      Square feet: 264

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 32′
      Depth: 3′ – 6′
      Gallons: 12,500
      Square feet: 465

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 17′ x 37′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′
      Gallons: 16,700
      Square feet: 629

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      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 12′ x 23′
      Depth: 3′ – 5’4″
      Gallons: 6,500
      Square feet: 242

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 37′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′
      Gallons: 16,000
      Square feet: 540

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 32′
      Depth: 3′ – 6′
      Gallons: 11,700
      Square feet: 403

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 32′
      Depth: 4’6′ Flat
      Gallons: 10,600
      Square feet: 403

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      Lagoon Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 8′ x 14′
      Depth: 2’6″ FLAT
      Gallons: 1,400
      Square feet: 91

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 32′
      Depth: 3′- 6′
      Gallons: 11,700
      Square feet: 365

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 8 x 14′
      Depth: 4′ FLAT
      Gallons: 2,200
      Square feet: 91

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16’x 35′
      Depth: 3′-6′
      Gallons: 14,200
      Square feet: 450

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16’x 38′
      Depth: 3’6″- 6′
      Gallons: 14,800
      Square feet: 555

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14’x 34′
      Depth: 3′ – 6′
      Gallons: 11,400
      Square feet: 400

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 10’x 21′
      Depth: 4’6″ FLAT
      Gallons: 4,800
      Square feet: 171

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      Grecian Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 13′ x 29′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 5’5″
      Gallons: 8,900
      Square feet: 336

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 7’6″ x 16′
      Depth: 4.6′ FLAT
      Gallons: 2,600
      Square feet: 99

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      Rectangle Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 32′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′
      Gallons: 16,500
      Square feet: 407

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 38′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′
      Gallons: 22,300
      Square feet: 550

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 15′ x 29′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′ with lounger and table
      Gallons: 13,200
      Square feet: 392

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      Roman Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 31′
      Depth: 3′ – 6’6″
      Gallons: 11,500
      Square feet: 390

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 12′ x 28′
      Depth: 3′ – 5′
      Gallons: 7,00
      Square feet: 297

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      Pools with Spas

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 14′ x 34′
      Depth: 3′ – 6′
      Gallons: 11,400
      Square feet: 403

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 34′
      Depth: 3’6″ – 6′ with built-in spa
      Gallons: 15,500
      Square feet: 510

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      Kidney Pools

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 16′ x 33′
      Depth: 3′ – 5’6″
      Gallons: 11,500
      Square feet: 480

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Inground fiberglass pool builders

      Size: 12′ x 27′
      Depth: 3′- 5’6″
      Gallons: 8,400
      Square feet: 286

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      What maintenance is required for Fiberglass Pools?

      Owning a pool offers countless hours of fun and exercise, but it also requires diligent care. Whatever your reason for wanting a pool, you probably have questions about the kind of maintenance it requires. Below are the answers to a few common questions property owners have about their in-ground pools so that you know what to expect.

      What does chlorine do?

      Pools need to be treated with chlorine for safety purposes. It kills most of the germs that cause recreational water illnesses, such as Cryptosporidium. Maintain your chlorine at a level between 1 and 3 parts per million (ppm). Test these levels twice a week and run chlorine continuously through a chemical feeding device to maintain a constant level.

      Do I need to brush my pool?

      An automatic pool cleaner can do most of the cleaning work, but some elbow grease is required. Brush the pool once a week to remove algae growth as it appears, as well as any other small particles like pollen. Include the walls, benches, floor, and tile rising above the water. Areas with limited circulation, such as behind ladders and in corners, need special care.

      Should in-ground pools be drained each winter?

      There is no need to drain your pool each winter. The water serves as a barrier between the bottom of the pool and cold temperatures to keep it from cracking. Instead, install a pool cover to provide another barrier of insulation and keep debris out.

      Can I swim in my pool after a shock treatment?

      A shock treatment is recommended after heavy use to kill bacteria and algae and to restore the water’s clarity. It involves dumping a large number of chemicals into the water, so wait for 8 to 12 hours before getting in again. The optimal time to shock the pool is in the evening so that it can work overnight without sunlight affecting the chemical levels.

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