Aquamarine Pools installs over 800 pools per year. This makes Aquamarine Pools the largest Fiberglass Pool builder in the United States. Aquamarine has up to $1,000,000 in inventory and the financial backing to handle any problem that can or could arise. Aquamarine has a 99.89% satisfaction rating.

Aquamarine is a licensed (L451994) master builder. The state of Texas does not require pool builders to be licensed. Aquamarine feels all builders should be licensed however. Builder licensing assures the public that a builder has at the very least, some basic construction skills and knowledge.
Is the pool builder you are talking to licensed? Aquamarine holds Builders Licenses in multiple states.

Aquamarine's pools and installations are ICC-ES Certified (International Construction Code Evaluating Service). What does that mean? Processes and procedures are followed through the manufacturing and installation process. This makes a quick and quality installation swimming pool process. Is the pool builder you are talking to ICC-ES Certified?

Aquamarine Pools is the builder of choice for inground fiberglass swimming pools and is a select Viking Pools Dealer.


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Fiberglass pools are quickly becoming the swimming pool of choice for many homeowners. Fiberglass swimming pools are considered the best option in the pool world, compared to concrete pools and vinyl liner pools.

Aquamarine Pools (aquapools.com) has been a leading fiberglass pool builder for years, so we decided to answer some of your common questions.

How is a fiberglass swimming pool installed?

Aquamarine Pools uses our time-tested protocols for installation.  Here is our process for installing your pool:
  1. The pool layout is carefully marked for precision. Set and level the pool.
  2. The dig begins the process for perfection.
  3. The hole is carefully prepared to achieve the proper shape and depth.
  4. A crushed stone base is used for the foundation of the pool.
  5. The pool is set in place.
  6. The pool is now filled with water and the crushed stone backfill process begins.
  7. The proper plumbing and electrical equipment is installed.
  8. Rebar for concrete is laid with proper footings around pool and bond beam.
  9. The concrete or stone is poured around the pool.
  10. Your lifetime guaranteed Viking pool is ready for years of enjoyment.

Learn more: See some of our pool installation videos

How much does a fiberglass swimming pool cost?

Our pools begin under $25,000 and can increase to over $75,000+.  Prices are based on size, added features, pool decking options, and various other upgrades.  By comparison, concrete pools average $50,000–$100,000.

Extra features and upgrades will, of course, increase that price further with each type of pool.

After installing your fiberglass pool, the average maintenance cost for 10 years is approximately $4,200; compared to $16,950 for concrete and $11,500 for vinyl liner pools.

Learn more: Concrete vs Fiberglass Swimming Pools Comparison

Quick Comparison: Fiberglass Pool, Concrete Pool & Vinyl Liner Pool

Fiberglass pools are the ideal material for swimming pools because it is smooth, non-porous, strong and flexible. Some quick comparisons between fiberglass pools, concrete pools and vinyl liner pools:<

  Fiberglass Concrete Vinyl Liner
Structural Guarantee Lifetime 100% 1 Year No Labor, Seams Only
Maintenance Hours Per Week 1 Hour 8 Hours 3 Hours
Lifetime Cost of Ownership Very Low Very High High

To learn more about inground fiberglass swimming pools, read our article Fiberglass Pool FAQ: Fiberglass Swimming Pool Questions

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