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Fibro pools retain their heat better than any other type.

Energy-efficient pool

fib_btn_ptsform_aqua_10x10 Built from insulating materials

fib_btn_ptsform_aqua_10x10 Insulated with polyurethane foam like a spa

The Fibro advantage on the market

Piscine Fibro: warm water, affordably!

Produced from insulating materials:

  • fibreglass is an insulating material.
  • All our pools are further insulated with polyurethane foam.

Combined, these two features ensure that your water will always be at least 8ºF warmer than that of any other pool.  In fact, with a gas heating system, your Fibro pool will allow you to start your swimming season earlier and extend it later. Heating costs for customers who choose to purchase a water heater will be lower than those of our competitors, since our pools holds heat better than any other type of pool.

Liner and concrete: heat comes at a price…

Made of conductive materials:

  • The structure of a liner pool is built with steel walls and a concrete floor.

Two cold-conducting materials. When you dig down to a depth of 4 to 6 feet, the temperature of the ground hovers around 60ºF, even during a heat wave. If you want to swim in water above 80ºF without a water heater, you can only do it during a heat wave. In short, to enjoy warm water in a liner pool, you’ll need a water heater. An analysis reveals that this could cost you as much as $7 an hour. No sooner has this temperature been reached than it is lost, since these pools are not insulated, increasing your consumption and, by the same token, your costs.

Gunite: high costs

Made of conductive materials:

  • These pools are made entirely of concrete

A concrete pool is even more cold-conductive than a liner pool. With a concrete pool, the effects of the ground are the same as with a liner pool. Greater gas consumption will therefore be required to warm the basin’s water, generating significant costs every summer.