FIBERGLASS POOLS






FIBERGLASS POOLS

Would you like to improve your lifestyle with one of our in-ground fiberglass swimming pools from our beautiful Barrier Reef Pools Range? Naturaly 90% of swimming pool owners use it for the sole purpose of relaxation and enjoyment with family and friends. Fiberglass is a highly superior material in many ways over the concrete and vinyl materials used in traditional swimming pools. Fiberglass is a lightweight, extremely strong, and tough material. It is constructed with the combination of fiber-reinforced polymer made of a plastic matrix strengthened by fine fibers of glass.
Fiberglass Pool layers


In-Ground Fiberglass Pools

Barrier Reef swimming pools are designed and manufactured with the best features and finishes in in-ground fiberglass pools. With modern styles, quality features and finishes in a variety of colors and accessories to enhance the pools overall versatility, we are certain our swimming pool will fit your lifestyle. Take a look closely at the modern styles, thoughtful interiors and safety features of our fiberglass swimming pools.

Barrier Reef Pools USA was established over 25 years ago and has grown today to become one of the largest manufacturers of in-ground fiberglass pools. Fiberglass is the future of in ground pools and is exactly what you want if you are looking for the best in fun and relaxation.

Because Barrier Reef brand pools are built under ideal factory conditions the time spent completing the project is much less that other types of construction. The disruption and building time is kept to a minimum. This means a pool that is surprisingly affordable. The Barrier Reef structure uses no fillers that could adversely affect structural integrity. Our manufacturing process uses only the highest quality and purest components with no inert ingredients. The glass fiber laminate application process exceeds US standards.

Your Barrier Reef pool will be able to withstand ground movement and forest heaves – the structure is so strong that it comes with a lifetime warranty and a transferable ownership option. Because Barrier Reef Pools has been using our Sparkle finish for two decades we offer an unprecedented 15-year warranty, the longest and most comprehensive in the industry.


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Fiberglass vs Concrete Pools


Outstanding Finishes: Our beautiful shimmer finishes are available throughout North America – US, Canada, Mexico and Caribbean. Add a dash of color with "shimmer" which provides a stunning, sparkling finish. This results in amazing shifts of color throughout the day. The luxurious finish is available on all Barrier Reef Pools fiberglass swimming pools.

By adding one of seven of our stunning colors you're adding to your pool the ultimate in luxury and leisure pools built by Barrier Reef are simply the best.


Installation Times: On average a concrete in ground pool takes about two to four months to install. With a fiberglass in ground pool the whole installation process only takes about two to four weeks from start to finish. Don't spend your whole summer waiting for a concrete pool to be built when you can have a fiberglass pool installed in less than half the time!

Low Maintenance: The Gel Coat finish on a Barrier Reef Pool not only looks great; it is also very easy to keep clean. The surface is smooth and non-porous so it helps repel dirt as well as being very stain and fade resistant. Fiberglass pools require a fraction of the time it takes to keep a concrete pool clean, letting you spend more time enjoying your pool and less time scrubbing. Concrete pools will also need additional acid wash cleaning every five years and will need to be resurfaced every seven to ten years. Barrier Reef Fiberglass Pools need neither of these, saving you both a lot time and a lot of money.

Lower Chemical Usage: Concrete pools require a higher volume of chemicals help keep them free of algae growth. This is due to the porous nature of concrete, giving the algae great places to take hold and grow. These chemicals are harsh to skin and eyes and maintaining a high concentration in your pool will also cost you thousands of dollars over the pools lifetime. Thanks to the smooth Gel Coat finish that comes with every Barrier Reef Pool, algae has a much harder time growing. This means you will need to use fewer chemicals, saving your skin and your wallet from irritation.

Superior Strength: Concrete pools will crack and chip over time thanks to shifts in the ground and normal wear and tear. Fiberglass pools are built with superior strength and flexibility so you will never need to resurface them. This rare combination allows a Barrier Reef Pool to withstand cracking and damage due to shifts in the earth.

Lower Lifetime Costs: All the extra maintenance, cleaning and electricity that it takes to properly maintain and run a concrete pool leads to thousands of dollars more in upkeep costs compared to that of an Barrier Reef Fiberglass Pool. Spend more time and money on yourself, skip on a concrete pool and invest in an Barrier Reef Pool.


Fiberglass vs Vinyl Pools

No Liner Replacements: Vinyl pool liners need to be replaced every eight to twelve years, costing you about $4,000 altogether. Liners do have warranties as high as thirty years, however these have very little value after the first couple years thanks to the liners being extremely pro-rated. With an Barrier Reef Fiberglass Pool there are no liners that need changing and you will never need to get them resurfaced like a concrete pool.

Higher Resale Value: If you are trying to sell your home but your vinyl pools liner has not been replaced in the last three to four years the buyer will usually ask you to replace the liner before they buy. This can cost you as much as $4000 and will take a day or so to complete once a crew can come out to replace it. This can cause problems when trying to sell a house, particularly if you are trying to move it quickly. Fiberglass pools are considered a long-term structure, requiring no major repairs. It is because of this that fiberglass pools are seen as a large upsell even to those who would not normally consider owning a pool. This is thanks to fiberglass pools low maintenance costs huge upsides.

Better Coping: Fiberglass pools have either a fiberglass or concrete coping. The coping fits well with the structure and looks fantastic. A large majority of vinyl pools on the other hand use an aluminum coping track. While this makes pouring the concrete easier for the builders when they install your pool, it has a negative effect on your pool's overall appearance.

Superior Strength: Vinyl-liners tear and rip very easily. This means pets, children and fallen tree limbs all pose a large risk of damaging your pools liner. Any significant damage to the liner will mean your pool will need a complete liner replacement. Barrier Reef only uses a strong fiberglass shell that will not tear or rip. Also thanks to fiberglass's unique combination of strength and flexibility, our pools can withstand natural movements in the earth that can cause cracking or rips in other style pools.

Outstanding Finishes: Our beautiful shimmer finishes are available throughout North America – US, Canada, Mexico and Caribbean. Add a dash of color with "shimmer" which provides a stunning, sparkling finish. This results in amazing shifts of color throughout the day. The luxurious finish is available on all Barrier Reef Pools fiberglass swimming pools.

By adding one of seven of our stunning colors you're adding to your pool the ultimate in luxury and leisure pools built by Barrier Reef are simply the best.


Lower Lifetime Cost: Thanks to the low durability and stacking cost of replacing old liners, the overall lifetime cost of owning a vinyl pool is substantially higher than that of a Barrier Reef Fiberglass Pool.

 

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