At Latham Pool Products, we want you to feel confident in your decision. We’ll partner with you every step of the way to make sure you have given thought to all fiberglass pool considerations like your pool’s shape, color, water features, cost, safety, and more.

Given the elegant atmosphere they afford your home, fiberglass pools are surprisingly affordable. The final pool cost will be based on several factors, but the size and add-ons have the most significant influence. The larger the pool, the more materials will be required to build it; add-on water features like tanning ledges, lighting, and fountains will also add to the cost. We’ll work with you to ensure that your pool hits all the right notes but also stays within your fiberglass pool budget.

 Fiberglass Pool Financing

If you don’t intend to pay upfront for your pool, we can provide financing, or you can opt for external financing from a financial institution. To help you decide which option is best for you, take a look at our fiberglass pool financing e-book.

The turnaround time for installing your fiberglass pool can be very brief: while a vinyl pool installation can take as few as three days (under certain circumstances), the average fiberglass pool installation timeline ranges from one to two weeks. However, the timeline for the design is entirely up to you! It’s a personal process and we are happy to answer any questions you may have.

Pool safety is of paramount importance and should not be taken lightly. Prior to installation, homeowners should install a fence that is at least four feet tall and includes a self-closing and self-latching gate. Latham also offers additional safety features like pool surface alarms, child-safety barriers, railings, and safety covers. Always remember to practice safe and sensible pool use, especially when you have young children at home.

Be prepared to spend a few hours per week on pool maintenance. You’ll need to install a pool filter and a circulation pump to keep your pool free from debris and microorganisms, and you should also invest in a pool vacuum, brush, and a skimmer so you can give your pool a more comprehensive clean at least once a week. Aim to test your pool’s pH every few days so you can tweak your chemical mix to maintain hygienic levels, and keep an eye on the water level, too! Finally, don’t forget to “shock” your pool (using chlorine powder) after a rainstorm or after you’ve had multiple people swimming in your pool at one time.

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Latham Pools has been installing beautiful, high-quality fiberglass pools for customers throughout North America for over six decades. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you check the boxes to build the pool of your dreams.

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