Inground Fiberglass Pools Can Be Chlorinated Water Or Salt Water, the Choice Is Yours
Did you know that around 12 percent of pools in America are actually salt water pools? These types of pools are growing in popularity and will likely continue to do so.
On the other side, there are, of course, regular pools filled with chlorinated water.
Regardless of which type of pool you choose, chlorinated water or salt water, both can be used in inground fiberglass pools. The only difference is in the cost.
What is kind of funny is how infrequently Americans swim, even though swimming is the fourth most popular activity in the whole country. On average Americans swim in a pool around six times a year.
Pretty crazy! Especially considering how good for you swimming is. Just an hour of swimming vigorously can burn around 650 calories.
Swimming has been a big deal since it became an Olympic event in 1896. That is why more and more people are having swimming pool builders create the perfect backyard oasis for them.
If you are looking at swimming pool contractors, we hope you will consider Gunite Pools. We offer a variety of custom pools for residential and commercial properties, and we would love to have your business.
Be sure to stop into our showroom so we can demonstrate the latest in inground fiberglass pools.