Whether you’re looking for a modern townhouse pool or a larger, family-friendly pool, Pools for Africa has you covered. We offer Africa’s widest range of Fibreglass pools. Browse our range of over 65 pool designs to find the right one for you!
Click on the individual pool shapes for product descriptions as well as 3D images. Some of our pool shapes have tight corners, created by coping, which allow for a 90 degree look.
Which pool to get?
While deciding your property needs a pool can be a quick decision, choosing the best fibreglass pool for your home is not. As a homeowner you will need to consider the space you are working with, the style of your property, the desired ambiance, your budget and the purpose of the fibreglass pool itself (purely recreational or also decorative for example). You are welcome to chat to us for assistance in choosing the fibreglass pool shell that suits you best.
Which pools work with certain home designs?
Your property style will play a significant role in your fibreglass pool choice. Plunge pools, which are on the smaller side, will work well where space is limited or where the pool is mostly for decorative appeal. Properties with an emphasis on social hosting will lean towards pools that are generally larger and include patios and bays to allow for relaxing . Pools with jacuzzi style jets will also be a good option for these home styles. Homeowners with small children will likely opt for fibreglass pools which include a low depth bay for splashing around. With over 70 shapes to choose from, Pools for Africa fibreglass pools are suitable for a range of garden and property shapes and sizes. Larger pools tends to be better suited to families with children using it to play or people who intend to swim for exercise.
Placement on property
A fibreglass pool can form part of an existing entertainment and recreational area or transform a property entirely by becoming a centre feature. Your property design, available space and where the fibreglass pool fits into this design will influence the placement, shape and size of the pool. A great way to get a feel for the size of a pool in a specific area is to mark it out on the ground with tape, pegs or a hosepipe. Further points to consider are building restrictions (if any), the position of underground utility lines or pipes and the position of trees and their roots.
Size ratio to surrounding space
With several size options available, choosing a fibreglass pool will require consideration of the space available after the fitment. You will need to take into account the desired landscaping surrounding your new pool and how much available space you will have for other use. A great way to assist in visualising the size and placement of a pool in a specific area is to mark it out on the ground with tape, pegs or a hosepipe.