We have a variety of styles to fit any need !
Which is the right pool for me?
What type of pool should you build? That depends on you and your family. At Gold Leaf Pools & Landscape, we pride ourselves on having the best pool designers in the marketplace. We will spend as much time as needed with your family to determine the right pool for you. We have designs for practically any budget, from fresh water to saltwater, from custom designed gunite to very affordable fiberglass or vinyl.
And that is just the start! Since Gold Leaf Pools & Landscape has been designing and building quality pools for over 20 years, we have incorporated fun and beautiful water features that individualize each and every pool. From rocky waterfalls to bubbling spas, from inlaid mosaic tiles to custom imported stone pool decks, we can build you the pool of your dreams. Listed below are the primary pool construction types that we offer:
The vinyl liner pool has the lowest initial cost of the three available in-ground pools. There are no limitations to the depth, width or length of a vinyl pool. Because the walls and floor of the pool are made of vinyl or similar synthetic material, care has to be taken to prevent punctures and the liner must be replaced every 5-9 years depending on various aspects.
2. Fiberglass Pools:
Fiberglass pools have a low lifetime maintenance cost because of the gel-coat surface, much like that of a boat, it is very durable and inhibits the growth of algae. Because fiberglass pools are constructed offsite, installation time is shorter than vinyl or concrete pools, but width and length are limited due to transportation requirements. Installation costs for a fiberglass pool vary due to shipping, product tax, and logistics (crane tucks).
3. Concrete (Gunite) Pools:
Concrete pools are are the ultimate in pool construction because of its flexibility and strength. A concrete pool can be practically any size with as many special features as you desire! Concrete pools do require more chemicals to battle algae growth because of their porous surface, and need resurfacing every 10-20 years.