Whether you want a larger design that is perfect for the whole family, a lap pool for keeping in shape or you need a design for a smaller area (such as a courtyard), a fibreglass pool could be what you’ve been searching for. Pools R Us is committed to helping you find the perfect solution.
If you need your new swimming pool completed yesterday, fibreglass is the perfect choice. They tend to be much quicker to install than concrete pools, meaning that you can start enjoying them sooner.
We have a variety of pool shapes to choose from, notably rectangular and free form. Our range includes the Entertainer, Federation, Freedom, Grecian, Lagoona, Platinum, San Remo and Senator (to name a few).
One of the best things about fibreglass pools in Melbourne is that they’re actually quite cost effective. If you’re on a budget or want to have more money to spend on landscaping, this could be the answer you seek.
These pools are relatively low maintenance, so you can spend less time cleaning and more time swimming (or sunbaking). The smooth and non-porous surface is incredibly easy to clean and is also resistant to stains!
8.0m x 3.6m • Depth 1.10m - 1.92m
9.0m x 3.6m • Depth 1.10m - 2.0m
10.0m x 3.6m • Depth 1.10m - 2.10m
11.0m x 4.2m • Depth 1.10m - 2.20m
9.0m x 4.0m • Depth 1.10m - 2.0m
6.71m x 3.54m • Depth 1.10m - 1.50m
8.10m x 4.0m • Depth 1.10m - 1.70m
9.10m x 4.24m • Depth 1.10m - 1.80m
4.50m x 2.70m • Depth 1.20m - 1.65m
6.50m x 2.70m • Depth 1.10m - 1.76m
7.70m x 3.70m • Depth 1.00m - 1.80m
5.73m x 3.00m • Depth 1.20m - 1.70m
7.00m x 3.37m • Depth 1.10m - 1.78m
8.0m x 2.0m • Depth 1.20m - 1.20m
11.0m x 2.4m • Depth 1.40m - 1.40m
To begin with, your pool designs are sent to an engineer to ensure that we’re all good to go. Pools R Us will also obtain permits from your local council, as well as relevant insurances to ensure you are protected.
Next, our expert team comes out to your home and sets out the perimeter of your new fibreglass pool in Melbourne. The site is then excavated to the appropriate depth for a perfect fit.
Once the excavation is complete, the fibreglass shell is delivered to your property and installed. In some cases, a crane is needed to lift the shell over your home!
The final step in the process sees the pool pump and drainage system plumbed. We can then finish it off with coping and paving or decking. Before we leave, we’ll even fill it with water for you.
Once the excavation of your site is complete, it generally takes between 3 and 6 weeks for your project to be finished. The actual timeline will generally depend on the complexity of your site.
These pools are available in a variety of sizes (our smallest is 4.5m x 2.7m and our largest is about 12m x 4.1m) and depths (from 1.2m to 2.2m). It should be noted, however, that sizes and depths are as per the mould.
Unfortunately, no you can’t. The steps and ledges are set by the design of the mould, which cannot be altered.
Basically, your fibreglass pool is ready to go as soon as handover is complete (this is when we explain how everything works).
In short, the answer is no! To ensure that your pool is ready at the beginning of the next swimming season, it’s essential that you leave the pump on (just turn it on less). It can be used in conjunction with covers without issue.