Attractive, versatile and affordable, fibreglass pools are a great choice for any home. Whether you’re looking for a lengthy lap pool, a small courtyard pool, or even an option big enough for the whole street, you can rest assured Coral Pools has a shell to suit your needs. With quick installation and easy maintenance, fibreglass could be the answer you’ve been looking for!
Thanks to an incredibly fast installation process, fibreglass shells are a great option for those who want to swim in their new pool as soon as possible. Not only is the construction period shorter, you will also find the overall cost far less – making it an affordable solution to an investment previously only enjoyed by the wealthy!
You can expect to save money on labour and materials, which you can either pocket for yourself or spend on landscaping to transform the area around your new pool into a breathtaking oasis.
With so many shapes and styles to choose from, it’s hard to know which fibreglass pool is right for you. As they come pre-made, you do have a limited range to decide between, but that doesn’t mean the perfect option isn’t out there.
Whether you want an above ground or below ground option, small or large, rectangular, square, or even free form, there is a huge variety to pick from. Your decision should be based on your budget, your personal taste, backyard shape, and architectural style. Our expert team will walk you through which option is the best for your family.
Once your building Permit has been approved by the Building Surveyor, a copy will be provided to you and must be kept on site at all times during construction.
Before we begin installing your new fibreglass shell, we visit your property for an official site inspection. While we do this, we will determine exactly where to install your pool. The site report will be written based on the information we attain today.
Today is the big day! We begin by marking out the exact space where your pool will be installed, before bringing the ‘heavy lifting’ machinery on site. The installer will supervise the excavation process and drainage material will be laid on the floor of the whole.
Now that the hole has been dug, it’s time to install your new fibreglass shell into your property. Pool plumbing will be fitted, and a small amount of water (no more than 30cm) may be used to keep the pool from floating if rain is predicted. Australian law requires us to install permanent or temporary fencing before we fill your pool any further.
Now that the shell is in place, we can install the finer features which help it stand out from the crowd. We begin by backfilling the pool (filling in the gaps between the shell and the earth) with a cement mixture, whilst filling the pool with water!
The filtration systems, water pump and sanitiser will also be installed at this stage. Depending on our client, we can also install a solar heating or gas heating system too – that way you can use your pool all year round, no matter what the weather.
Once the pool is filled, we work with our clients to ensure they are comfortable with caring for their pool into the future. This includes instructions for operation of the pool and it’s equipment, as well as understanding the correct chemicals and pH levels needed for their pool.
Based in Ravenhall, Coral Pools is proud to offer its professional pool building services to the western Melbourne region, including Deer Park, Derrimut, Laverton, Sunshine, Caroline Springs, Altona, Rockbank, Tarneit, Hoppers Crossing, Williamstown, Werribee, Point Cook and many more. Please contact us to see if we install fibreglass pools in your area.