If you want to know the impressive benefits of a backyard fiberglass swimming pool, just ask Mike Holmes, host of Holmes on Homes for HGTV. Well-versed in craftsmanship when it comes to home renovations, home repairs, and maintenance, Holmes may also know a thing or two about inground fiberglass pools.
If you have limited space in your backyard, a cocktail pool might just be the answer for you. Often referred to as “spools” or “plunge pools,” these smaller pools often combine a spa and a pool and may even include jets, a heater, and benches.
Pool coping is the material installed at the top of the pool wall that separates the shell of the pool from the surrounding areas. Not only does it enhance the aesthetics of your pool, but it also helps to prevent moisture from harming the pool.
Two of the most common questions homeowners ask regarding an inground swimming pool is – how affordable are inground pools? And, how much does it cost to maintain an inground swimming pool? The answer to both of these questions is, it varies.
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