1. Low Maintenance: Fiberglass pools are low maintenance as they do not require resurfacing, unlike concrete pools or liner replacement like vinyl liner pools.
  2. Durability: Fiberglass is a durable material that can last for years with minimal repairs.
  3. Quick Installation: Installing a fiberglass pool is quick and easy compared to other types of inground pools.
  4.  Smooth Surface: Fiberglass pools have a smooth surface, which makes them resistant to algae and other stains.
  5.  Energy-Efficient: Fiberglass pools have excellent insulation properties, which means they retain heat better than other types of pools.
  6.  Wide Range of Designs: Fiberglass pools come in a wide range of designs, sizes, colors and shapes, providing endless customization options.
Overall, purchasing a fiberglass inground pool can bring years of enjoyment to your backyard while offering low maintenance, durability, and energy efficiency. 


Q. What is the price range
A. A turn key install typically costs between $55k and $75K. Additional decking and upgraded options will add to that range.

Q. How soon can I get installed?
A. The average lead time in season is between 3-4 months from the time you sign the contract to the day we break ground. But the process can be sped up and miss communications will be reduced if you submit your information thru the IG pool inquiry link titled “Have a question about In-ground” button on this page.

Q. When will someone contact me?
A. After you have submitted your information on the link, you will receive an email with further information on how to confirm that your property is suitable for a Fiberglass pool. Then it will request that you send a plot plan. This information will allow us to determine your best options and speed the process up considerably.

Q. I live on or near the water/Chesapeake Bay, are there any additional considerations I need to be aware of?
A. Properties that are in the Chesapeake  Bay Watershed area may be subject to regulations under the Chesapeake Bay Preservation Act (CBPA)  The regulations vary based on the distance from the water. This area is collectively known as the "Chesapeake Bay buffer." Check the CBPA Map and locate your property to determine whether you are in the buffer zone. If any of your property is in the buffer zone you will need to go through the CBPA approval process before a pool can be installed.

If you are not interested in submitting a plot plan and speaking to a pool sales associate but have some questions preliminary questions please feel free to contact us at ecleisure@aol.com  and type IG pool questions in the subject. We will be happy to assist you and answer any of those questions.