THOUSANDS ARE GOING FACTORY DIRECT FOR FIBERGLASS IN GROUND SWIMMING POOLS
Our factory uses the highest quality of polyester and vinyl ester materials that are specifically designed for the marine industry. We use 30% more material in the manufacturing process, resulting in your pool having greater durability. Additional proprietary reinforcement measures are implemented in our manufacturing, creating a pool that can last for centuries.
Our Fiberglass shells are stronger than that of our competition because they are built with much more fiberglass in the construction. They are also much more durable by way of a proprietary encapsulating reinforcement process around the perimeter of the pool known as GFRCLS (Glass Fiber Reinforcement Coping Lamination Schedule). This process involves the use of high industrial quality fiberglass, a bi-axial and tri-axial material, that is applied with radial overlapping belts. This process is just like that in use for underground storage tanks, a proven technology in use for the past several decades.
All models over 5' deep have a safety ledge (walk-around) that is 3' down from the water's surface. This provides safety by way of a place to stand or walk around the perimeter of the pool for kids.
Several models have built-in seats which can be stepped onto from the edge of the pool and easily accessed from inside the pool making for safe entry and exiting for the whole family.
Installation for our fiberglass pool is much, much faster than that of a vinyl liner, gunite, or concrete pool. This means a savings of thousands of dollars for you.
No resurfacing required. Thus fiberglass lasts forever with proper maintenance.
saves you thousands upon thousands of dollars over the life of your pool due to tons of nooks and crannies that exist with gunite/concrete pools that enables algae growth. Vinyl liner pools are notorious for such growth on the back side of the liner which requires much labor and chemicals to keep it at bay.
Vinyl Liner Pools must be replaced every 4-6 years at a minimum cost of $4,000-$8,000. (Yikes!)
In gunite and concrete pools the limestone in the material leeches out over time. Pool deterioration creates the need for pool resurfacing at a cost averaging $10,000-$15,000. (Double yikes!)
Gunite scrapes badly. No fun - especially for the kids and the elderly!
Hatteras Pools 704-269-8440
Phenomenal Fiberglass Shells for over 25 Years!
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