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Wednesday, 11 January 2017 06:22

Advantages of a Concrete Swimming Pool

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A swimming pool is one of the best investments you could ever make. Not only does it add significant value to your home, it is a great way to keep fit and active. If you are in the market for a pool, there are several factors to take into consideration. Aside from the cost to install the pool, the other big decision you need to make is the material.


The Options Are Endless


A Backyard pool will add life to your backyard and home. However, before you start digging up your yard ask yourself what type of pool you want. There are 3 common types of in-ground swimming pools:

  • Fibreglass 
  • Vinyl
  • Concrete

All 3 materials have their benefits, but concrete is by far the best choice. The big difference between concrete and other materials is that there are practically no limitations.


Concrete gives you the freedom of choice when designing your pool, unlike those premade fibreglass models. Your new pool can be as long wide or deep as you want as long as it fits with your yard and building regulations.


As well as this, concrete pools give you more freedom to customise the surrounding area. Fountains and waterfalls will add a touch of class, while steps and ledges provide a safe way to enter the water.

Stronger and More Durable


Concrete is one of the strongest building materials you can invest in. If you decide to invest in a concrete pool, you’re making a choice for a lifetime.

Concrete can tolerate all weather conditions, which means your pool won’t get damaged. There will be some cosmetic wear and tear over time, but that damage can be easily fixed with repairs that won’t hurt your hip pocket. Concrete won’t deteriorate like other materials and it lasts much longer. That ensures you can enjoy your pool without having to worry about excessive repair costs.

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The design of a concrete pool is not only limited to the pool itself. We’ve already mentioned waterfalls and fountains but there are so many other features to choose from.


One of the most popular ideas is to have a spa attached to the pool. Elegant and easy to install, a spa is one of most used water features that concrete pool owners enjoy. If you prefer to swim at night, swimming pool lighting will create a very intimate atmosphere.


Outback Pools are the leaders in concrete swimming pool construction. If you have been thinking of installing a concrete pool, get in touch with us today. Our qualified and friendly staff will answer all your questions and help you choose the right pool. 

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