How long does a Viking pool last?
Viking fiberglass swimming pools, lap pools, hydro pools, spas and tanning ledges all come with a lifetime warranty. Visit their page here to find out more.
Are fiberglass pools easy to maintain?
Yes, fiberglass pools are virtually maintenance free. On average, a homeowner can save up to $225.00 per month on their Viking Pool maintenance versus other types of pools. In-floor cleaning systems can also be installed to make cleaning even more manageable.
What are some advantages to the smooth surface of fiberglass pools?
Because fiberglass is a non-porous material, algae will not grow on it as it does with other pool materials, nor will it scrape your skin or tear your swimsuits.
How strong are fiberglass pools?
Fiberglass pools are 17 times stronger and more flexible than any other pool material out there, and as long as they remain full of water they will never pop out of the ground and virtually never crack.
If repair is needed will it be hard to work on?
While repairs to fiberglass pools are rare as their flexibility and strength means they hardly ever crack, fiberglass pools can be repaired easily and the repairs are just as strong as the original. Also, most repairs are of a cosmetic and not a structural nature. These repairs can often be performed under water with no draining of the pool necessary.
Is it true that fiberglass pools have limited design options?
With over 65 different pool designs, as well as more customizable options than any other manufacturer – including vanishing edges, fiber optic and LED lighting, cascades, perimeter title, tiled floors, steps, seats and skimmers, inlayed mosaics, inlayed tile on steps and seats, in-floor cleaning systems, modular units, aromatherapy, and multiple color and coating options, not to mention waterfall, grotto and fountain options – your pool had endless design possibilities.