Traditionally, permanent pools were built from reinforced concrete, and tiled on site with comparatively high expenses, work complexities and thus require more time for the completion on this approach. The quality of the pool and probability of leakage is strictly with subject to the level of water proofing and supervision. Pre-Fabricated pools were designed and built with premium quality standards to enhance the lifestyle by saving more time, totally leak proof, cost-effective, avoiding complexities, and increase the value of property.
Alternatives such as GRP Pools provide a quick and easy approach to this context. The GRP pools are manufactured in our factory premises along with proper pipe fittings and provisions for further filtration systems and pool lighting. The pool is hand tiled with premium quality Ceramic Mosaic/Glass Mosaic tiles and Epoxy Glue for the fixing, ensuring premium quality standards. Each GRP Pool is permanent of exceptional quality, 100% leak proof and long lasting as the pool shell never undergoes any sort of property changes as at is inert and does not react with water. We have a wide range of custom made swimming pools for our clients to choose from the gallery, depending on their requirements and lifestyle.

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Glass Reinforced Polymer(GRP)

Glass Reinforced Polymer (GRP), otherwise known as Fibre Reinforced Polymer (FRP), offers many advantages over metalic and concrete alternatives, especially when compared with steel equivalents. Benefits such as resistance to corrosion and chemicals, high tensile strength and non-conductive properties, combine to deliver a highly cost effective, durable and sustainable product.

Manufacturing Method

Chopped strand mat or CSM is a form of reinforcement used in fiberglass. It consists of glass fibre laid randomly across each other and held together by a binder. It is typically processed using the hand lay-up technique, where sheets of material are placed on a mould and and brushed with resin. Because the binder dissolves in resin, the material easily conforms to different shapes when wetted out. After the resin cures, the hardened product can be taken from the mould and finished. Using chopped strand mat gives a fiberglass with isotropic in-plane material properties. The Hardened GRP shell hence tiled with Ceramic mosaic/Glass mosaic tiles using Epoxy Glue and Epoxy Grout to keep the elegant finish for our product.

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Fiberglass Pool Advantages

Concrete Pool Disadvantages

Speed of Installation Slow Installation Time
Because the fibreglass pool shell is manufactured off site, the installation of the shell typically occurs in about two days. Compare these two days with three to six months of time for a concrete pool, and we're talking about a huge difference in the duration of time your site is in disarray, and often the difference between swimming this year and waiting until next summer. In contrast to fiberglass and even vinyl liner pools which can be completed in several weeks, it's not uncommon for concrete pools to take three to six months or longer to finish. Construction takes a toll not only on the backyard, but on the family as well.
Low maintenance More Hands-on Maintenance
Why are fiberglass pools so easy to maintain? It all has to do with surface porosity. In addition, chemical usage in concrete pools is much higher because of the need to penetrate the pool surface to kill algae. Concrete pools also require daily doses of muriatic acid to lower the pH of the water. This is because concrete is alkaline based and constantly increases the pH of pool water. Fiberglass swimming pool owners typically spend 75% less time and money maintaining their pools. This means anyone who owns a fiberglass pool will spend more time in the pool and less time maintaining it. By its very nature, concrete is extremely porous. This gives algae a place to call home. Once embedded into the surface of a concrete pool, algae are extremely tough to remove. In fact, concrete pool builders recommend brushing the entire surface of the pool with a steel brush at least once a week to remove any algae that are on the surface.
Durability More Chemical Usage
Because fibreglass swimming pools have no liner, there's no need to concerned about damaging the pool during daily use. Water chemistry is another issue with concrete pools. Because the algae embed into the surface, more chemicals are requred to each and destroy it. This requires more time and money to maintain the pool. Also, concrete is alkline-based which constantly increases the pH of the pool water, requiring the regular addition of acid to keep it in balance.
Attractive Look Incompatible with Salt
Over the past 30 years, fibreglass pools have transformed from the typical white bathtub you'd find at a rental beach house, to the elegant swimming pool designs and aesthetic features that are now as much works of art as the pool. This is due to advancements in the industry such as beautiful coloured finishes, ceramic tile/ tanning ledges, water features, stunning pool lights, elevated spas, poolside walls, etc. This is one of the many resons why fiberglass pools have gained exponential market share over the past decade. As mentioned earlier, salt and concrete don't mix. The dissolved salt in the pool water will shorten the life expectancy of the interior finish of a concrete pool. Thus it requires more frequent refinishing.
Compatibility with Salt Systems High Cost of Ownership
Salt chlorinators have proven to be a low maintenance, high water quality option for pool owners. However, if you have ever seen what de-icing salt does to the surface of a concrete pool. In our opinion, this makes the combination of salt systems and concrete pools unfavourable. The concrete pools cost exponentially more money to own. Acid washing by professionals every three to five years, more money in chemicals, more money spent on electricity, and refinishing/remodelling all add up to tens of thousands of dollars more over the years.
Resale Value Rough Interior Surface
If a pool comes with the property, home buyers want something that looks good, needs little maintenance, and will last a long time. Vinyl liner pools need a new liner every 3-6 years, and ofteh abuyer will require the current owners to replace those themselves. Vinyl liner and aboveground pools don't look great,either, and can detract value. By contrast, a fibreglass pool adds to the value of your home. Low maintenance, beauty and durability are a win-win for both parties. The rough interior of a concrete pool does harbour algae growth, but that's not all. It can take a toll on tender feet as well. In fact, most kids who play in concrete pools on a regular basis have to wear water shoes to protect their feet from becoming sore and blistered.

Modern Fibre Glass Pool VSConventional Concrete Pool

Low Maintenance
Water Leakage Proof
Speed of Installation
Low Chemical Usage
Smoothness of Finish
Energy Efficiency
Attractive and Elegant look
Beauty of Interior Finish
Factory Controlled Quality
Number of Available Features
Compatibility with Salt Water Systems
Low Initial Cost
Customizable Shape and Size
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