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Fiberglass Pool History

 

What brings more people to the conclusion that they should have a fiberglass pool installed in their back yard? Simple, they just base the desicions on the following 3 criterias:

  • They want a pool that will last forever without big expenses down the road
  • They want a pool with as little maintenance as possible
  • A visual enhancement to the backyard that will be consistent with  the aesthetics of their home.

The only thing left for consumers to do at this point is find the right fiberglss pool manufacturer and the right builder to install it.

More Consumer Tools

In the past, most consumers didn't necessarily know how to research fiberglass pool manufacturers as well as builders. But today, with more and more educational consumer blogs popping up all over the internet, as well as a significant amount of pool/spa forums designed to promote conversation on the product, consumers are now light years ahead of where they were just a few years ago.

In the past, I would meet with a homeowner and spend most of my time teaching them the differences between Vinyl, Fiberglass, and Concrete Pools. Now, instead of teaching, I'm listening to them tell me what they want, why they want it, and how they want it to be done. And let me tell you, this type of informed consumer really, really gets me excited.

Fiberglass pool

Seeing the Big Picture

No longer do consumers simply base their decisions on initial Pool Price, what their neighbor has, or what their parents had growing up. Yep, today's swimming pool consumer chooses their own path through diligent research and an understanding of the good, the bad, and the ugly of all their possible choices. And by so doing, they are able to make a decision that will bring them joy and happiness for many years to come.

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