Galvanized steel walls 6 years after construction.

Galvanized steel walls 10 years after construction.

Polymer pool walls replace the galvanized steel on each pool build. Polymer wall systems are made from totally non-corrosive materials. This contributes to longer life due to reduced wall abrasion. Also, polymer pools are significantly better suited to salt water pools, due to the rate of corrosion through electrolysis.

Prolonged exposure to high ground water can affect the structural integrity of steel panels over a long period of time. However, the polymer pool systems can withstand extremely long durations of exposure to ground water, salt water and electrolysis.

These wall panels and braces carry a lifetime, non-prorated, transferable limited warranty.

Polymer pool walls are designed specifically to minimize thermal expansion, to reduce bowing and deflection, maintaining the trueness of each pool wall. Combined with polymer braces and concrete, Polymer pool system maximize the strength and endurance of each pool system. The unique ‘honeycomb’ wall panel design creates an extremely high strength to weight ratio, while incorporating five horizontal ribs that surround the pool.

Galvanized steel walls surround skimmer 10 years after construction. The metal is so thin and corroded you can nearly poke a finer through it.

Galvanized steel walls surround skimmer 10 years after construction. The metal is so thin and corroded you can nearly poke a finer through it.

The polymer walls act as an insulator to your pool and it’s heated water, resulting is less heat loss and cheaper heating costs. At roughly 10% percent price difference from steel to polymer on the pool walls only, the benefits greatly outweigh the out-of-pocket costs.