Fiberglass Pools

What is a Fiberglass Pool?

Fiberglass pools are in-mold, handcrafted pools that arrive at your home ready to be installed in your yard. The fiberglass is created from millions of interwoven glass threads covered with a polyester resin. It’s an incredibly sturdy material that’s ideal for an in-ground pool. In comparison, a concrete pool requires a steel or wooden framework that needs to be covered by a mixture of cement, sand, and water. Fiberglass is the material of choice for bathtubs, sinks, hot tubs, and multi-million dollar yachts, not to mention, airplanes, helicopters, exotic automobiles and many other high-performance products. As such, fiberglass is the best choice for the material for your inground swimming pool.

Fiberglass Pool Shapes

Latham has created a number of different shapes to choose from that will fit any style of design and backyard size. The fiberglass is created from millions of interwoven glass threads covered with a polyester resin. It’s an incredibly sturdy material that’s ideal for an in-ground pool. Please explore the shape options below and find one that fits you best.

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Milan

Get refreashed when you plunge into the Milan, designed for the ultimate cool down experience on the hottest of summer days .

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Freeport

The Freeport is the perfect symmetrical shape with soft lines and beautiful curves, perfect for a cool dip on a hot day.

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Aruba

The Aruba is a free form shape, not following a particular structure, just offering a beautiful contoured shape with dimensional swells and dips for fun for the whole family.

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Valencia

The mix of soft angles and curves accentuates the Valencia freeform pool design, the entire family will think they moved to paradise

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Fiberglass Colors

Fiberglass pools come in many different colors; this makes it easy to find one that pairs beautifully with your backyard and home. When it comes time to pick a color for your fiberglass pool, consider your current outdoor selections. Muted color palettes will benefit from either a vibrant or more sedate pool color combination. In contrast, a bright, eye-catching pool can easily hold its own in a more colorful backyard environment. With our wide variety of pool colors and finishes, we’re confident you’ll find one to perfectly complement your backyard color scheme.

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Custom Tile & Mosaics

Swimming pool tiles are an elegant and affordable way to apply your personal touch to a pool. Choose a vibrantly-colored waterline tile to accent the perimeter of the pool or add a swimming pool mosaic to artfully complement your outdoor color palette. At Latham Pool Products, we can help you find beautiful fiberglass, ceramic, or glass tiles that will turn your pool into a stunning expression of your inner creativity.

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Latham is one of the most trusted fiberglass pool manufacturers in the world. We understand that a pool is a significant investment, and we’ll partner with you every step of the way to ensure you’re excited and confident about your decision to transform your property. Our legendary lifetime warranty is the longest in the industry and proves our dedication and confidence in our products.

Fiberglass Pools

Why Should I Consider a Fiberglass Pool?

Fiberglass pools have many advantages over alternatives. Fiberglass pool installation can be accomplished quickly; you can luxuriate in your brand-new pool within two to three days after delivery. While concrete pools crack and have a much rougher surface, a fiberglass pool’s slick feel offers a more enjoyable swimming experience (no scratches on sensitive hands and feet) and helps minimize algae growth. Other pool alternatives can tear, whereas a fiberglass pool will maintain its flawless facade over time. Fiberglass is also much easier to clean – think of the effort needed to scrub tile grout versus the smooth veneer of a bathtub.

While a fiberglass swimming pool may be slightly more expensive in terms of upfront cost, it’s much easier to maintain and will last forever. You won’t have to factor in future upkeep expenses -- like resurfacing -- when estimating the total cost. A fiberglass pool also requires 30% less chlorine to keep your pool clean. Thanks to our top-quality craftsmanship and high-grade materials, you can enjoy your backyard’s elevated appeal without the tedious and expensive maintenance that often accompanies other pools.