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As a Landscape and Pool Contractor with Years of Experience, Here is why I LOVE Fiberglass Pools

As a contractor with years of experience in the pool installation industry, I have had the pleasure of working with a variety of materials, including concrete, vinyl liner, and fiberglass. While each material has its pros and cons, in my experience, fiberglass pools are the clear winner for a variety of reasons, especially in the Saint-Lazare and Vaudreuil areas.

First and foremost, fiberglass pools are incredibly durable. They are made from a strong composite material that can withstand a variety of weather conditions, including harsh winters and hot summers. This is particularly important in the Saint-Lazare and Vaudreuil areas, where the weather can be unpredictable and extreme. With a fiberglass pool, homeowners can rest easy knowing that their investment will last for years to come.

In addition to their durability, fiberglass pools are also incredibly easy to maintain. Unlike concrete pools, which require regular acid washing and other maintenance tasks, fiberglass pools have a smooth, non-porous surface that is resistant to algae and other types of buildup. This means that homeowners can spend less time cleaning their pool and more time enjoying it. This is especially important in the Saint-Lazare and Vaudreuil areas, where homeowners want to maximize their time spent outside during the warmer months.

Another benefit of fiberglass pools is their ease of installation.While concrete pools can take up to a month to be installed and liner pools can take up to 3 weeks to build, fiberglass pools can be installed in just one day! This means that as a homeowner and a family you don't have to "lose" your backyard for a lengthy renovation during the summer...

These are just a few reasons why as an experienced landscape and pool building contractor fiberglass pools are my go-to recommendation for all of our clients in Saint-Lazare, Vaudreuil and the Greater Montreal Area.

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