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Why should I consider purchasing a fiberglass pool?

Fiberglass pools are not only beautiful, they are affordable, quick to install and easy to maintain. Plus, they provide a lifetime of fun and enjoyment.

How long does it take to install?

It depends on the season. During cold weather months, you could have a pool installed in a few days. But in the summertime, when our phones are ringing off the hook, the wait is longer. That’s why it’s important to contact us now if you are considering buying a pool.

Who buys fiberglass pools

Most of our customers are budget-conscious families with kids, or retired couples who want a swimming pool for their grandchildren.

Where are our fiberglass pools made?

At Lonestar Pools in New Braunfels, Texas,, On IH-35 in between San Antonio and Austin. If you want to see first-hand how pools are made, come visit their factory for a free tour. You can bring the family and enjoy a swim in their model pool.

Will a fiberglass pool increase value to my home?

A pool will certainly increase your home’s value. But the biggest value is simply the fun and enjoyment a pool provides you and your family. And that’s priceless.

Fiberglass Pool Facts

  • Beautiful designs. There are many different shapes and sizes to choose from. Pool Sizes 

  • Affordability. Fiberglass pools are significantly less expensive to own than vinyl or concrete pools. Financing Available

  • Quick installation – days rather than weeks or months. 

  • Easy to maintain – 30 minutes per week maximum. That gives you more time to relax and enjoy your pool. 

  • Comfort. Fiberglass has a smooth, satin finish. Walking and seating areas are textured for slip resistance. 

  • Lower electric bills. 

  • Lower chemical cost. 

  • No costly resurfacing, repainting or re-plastering. There is no expensive liner to replace. 

  • Easy to clean. Sweep dirt and algae off with a brush. 

  • Strength. Fiberglass is 17 times stronger than a concrete pool

  • Lifetime Structural Warranty*. The first fiberglass pool made in the 1950’s is still in use today. And it looks as good as the day it left the factory. 

  • Quality control. Fiberglass pools are manufactured indoors according to strict quality controls. Concrete and vinyl pools are built in your back yard, so the quality and workmanship varies greatly with each pool. 


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