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Gunnite Pool

Here you can see a few examples of a gunnite pool. Full on the left and under construction on the right.

Gunnite pools are considered higher end in the line up of pool types.

Its advantages include:

  • Unlimited control of the shape and size.

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Fiberglass Pool

This is the second type of pool, arguably just as nice as a concrete pool but with a few limitations.

  • Limited to the size and shape offered by the manufacturer or your contractor.

  • Only a few color options.

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Vynal Pool

The Third type of pool is liner pools. Much cheaper to build but there are slightly higher costs of upkeep when the liner needs to be replaced every 5 to 12 years.