Installation Process

Relatively speaking, installing an inground fiberglass swimming pool is much faster and easier than other types of pools.

The time it takes to install a fiberglass pool varies greatly depending on numerous factors like weather and soil conditions. Generally speaking, the process of installing an inground fiberglass swimming pool is pretty straight forward, but keep in mind that each application is different. A fiberglass pool is considered “installed” when it is ready for the patio to be added as depicted in the picture to the right.

INTEGRAL DESIGN  |  Watching a fiberglass pool installation is like witnessing a choreographed recital. 


Your pool builder will prepare the hole based on the specific model you ordered and your pool will be lowered into the hole using a crane or excavator, depending on size.


Your builder will backfill around the pool with gravel, sand or other material based on your soil conditions, while filling your pool with water.


The plumbing is completed and ready for an electrician to run power to the equipment pad. This concludes the actual installation portion of your fiberglass pool.


Once your pool is installed, it will be ready for a minimum of 3 feet of concrete to be poured around it. You can also have pavers, travertine, or other material used in lieu of concrete, depending on the look you are trying to achieve. Once the patio is complete it is time to accentuate your backyard to make it reflect your personality and style. Let the pool parties begin!

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