Many accessories go well with an inground backyard fiberglass swimming pool, one of which is a sun shelf, also known as a tanning ledge or Baja shelf. It is a flat, extended, and shallow area of the pool, and is ideal for lounging, tanning, and playing.
Owning a pool is often associated with spacious properties and sprawling landscapes. But let’s be real, not everyone has a large backyard or space for a 40′ pool or even a 26′ pool. So for some families, a small backyard pool makes the most sense.
In researching pools, there may seem to be infinite choices in pool design, leaving you wondering which style best suits your taste and backyard. Let’s take a closer look at two popular designs and figure out how easy it is picking the perfect pool.
Keri from North Carolina shares her experience of buying and installing a fiberglass swimming pool, from getting started, to planning, to picking out a dealer and signing a contract. Get first-hand knowledge of everything involved in creating a backyard oasis.
Have a small backyard but still want an inground pool with a bit of added style and flair? No problem. We have several ideas to make your small inground pool take center stage with these space-saving options.
Whether you are considering a pool upgrade or are planning to install a new one, Leisure Pools® presents some of the top design trends for fiberglass pools and spas that are making waves in 2023. These trends will inspire and transform your backyard into the stunning oasis of which you have always dreamed.
Getting into the swim of things as a garden lover, there are a variety of fiberglass inground pool options that can enhance your landscaping appointments and outdoor design styles. Leisure Pools™ offers many pool designs to inspire your green thumb and your poolside garden.
Choosing the right depth for your inground backyard fiberglass swimming pool is just as important as choosing the size, color, and style. Discover how to choose the right depth for your pool with this helpful guide from Leisure Pools™.
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