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At Bright Hardscape & Home we believe in beautiful and useful outdoor spaces to make the most of all seasons in Beautiful BC!

Our goal is to deliver this with a flawless customer service experience and high-quality results.

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Fiberglass swimming pools

A good fit for those who:



Frequently Asked Questions

It all has to do with surface porosity. The surface of a fiberglass pool, the gelcoat, is virtually non- porous. In contrast, the surface of a concrete pool is extremely rough and porous. These rough cavities and pores give algae a place to hide and call home, making pool ownership much more difficult. In addition, chemical usage in concrete pools is much higher because of the need to penetrate the pool surface to kill algae.

Concrete pools also require regular doses of muriatic acid to lower the pH of the water. This is because concrete is alkaline based and constantly increases the pH of pool water. Fiberglass pools, on the other hand, are inert and do not affect water chemistry in any way. For these reasons, fiberglass swimming pool owners typically spend 75% less time and money maintaining their pools. This means anyone who owns a fiberglass pool will spend more time in the pool and less time maintaining it.

Because the fiberglass pool shell is manufactured off site, the installation of the shell typically occurs in about one week.

Compare this with three to six months with a concrete pool, and we’re talking about a huge difference in the time your yard is in disarray, and often the difference between swimming this year or waiting until next summer.

Because fiberglass swimming pools have no liner, there’s no need to concern yourself with puncturing the pool surface. Vinyl liners are not cheap to replace. This can happen from dogs getting in the pool, tree branches, patio furniture blown into the pool, etc. Fiberglass pools are incredibly strong and durable, so there’s no need to be concerned about damaging the pool during daily use.

Over the past 30 years, fiberglass inground pools have transformed from the typical white bathtub design to the many elegant swimming pool designs and aesthetic features that are now as much works of art as the pool. This is due to advancements in the industry such as beautiful colored finishes, ceramic tile, tanning ledges, water features, stunning pool lights, elevated spas, poolside walls, and more. This is one of the many reasons why fiberglass pools have gained exponential market share over the past decade.

Are you looking for vinyl pool liners? We have a wide range of products 

  • Vinyl liner pools are much less expensive than concrete &  fiberglass pools
  • Quick and Easy Installation
  • Low Maintenance
  • Durable
  • Customizable
  • Smooth to the Touch
  • Solid Warranties

A vinyl liner pool gets constructed with a thick sheet of vinyl between the ground and the pool structure. The structure features panels and bracing made from either plastic or metal material, and the vinyl liner rests over that with a layer of sand or cement for the floor. The sheet of vinyl is custom-made to fit the size and shape of the pool desired, and there’s a top edge that locks the liner in place.