Overall, fibreglass pools are known for being incredibly resilient and relatively low maintenance. However, you’ll still want to clean and maintain your fibreglass pool from time to time to ensure that you and your family can enjoy it for years to come.
The Western Cape is currently experiencing one of the most severe droughts in recent times. Water is life and we at Pools for Africa actively manage our water consumption as we believe that it is our social responsibility as a business to encourage prudent water use with our employees and customers.
A swimming pool is a terrific investment, providing endless family fun as well as the perfect escape from Africa’s baking heat.
When it comes to retaining water there is no other alternative than fibreglass. Simply look at your bath, it seems Fiberglass is the best way to retain water. Fibreglass pools also tend to be warmer than concrete pools. There is a long list of pro’s when it comes to Gunite vs Fiberglass, but it all boils down to this :
The Truth About Installing Fibreglass Pools:
What is the truth behind Fiberglass Pools and Pool Installation? Pools for Africa has been in the pool industry for more than 24 years. We have seen Pool Companies come and go, manufacturers open, close, and open again under new names. We have seen all the tricks in the trade. One thing that stands out above all is REPUTATION.