We've long discussed the many benefits to owning a fiberglass in-ground pool in Rhode Island. Fiberglass pools can easily withstand rough weather conditions, and are not susceptible to the wear and tear that linered pools are. Not to mention, they come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and sizes sure to fit any yard perfectly. Now, let's compare the patented Composite Armour structure of a fiberglass pool manufactured by Leisure Pools (our exclusive fiberglass manufacturer) to the average fiberglass pool offered by competitors.
111% stronger than the average fiberglass pool construction. We're not kidding.
Leisure fiberglass pools are constructed with Composite Armour technology–a revolutionary new technology in composite swimming pool manufacturing. This patented technology is designed to significantly reinforce the composite swimming pool with a strategically integrated laminate that consists of a blend of DuPont™ Kevlar®, Carbon Fiber and Basalt Fiber.
As a result, Leisure is able to offer a Lifetime Structural Warranty and Lifetime Structural Osmosis Warranty. We encourage you to try to find a better warranty from a competitor - it does not exist.
Osmosis can ruin the typical fiberglass pool. But what is osmosis? How do Leisure Pools stop osmosis in its tracks?
Osmosis occurs when permeating ground water from outside the pool becomes trapped under the pools surface creating blisters and pockets of water that can burst.
Vinyl Ester Resin is a high performance resin that provides improved strength properties and inhibits water penetration into the laminate, a process commonly referred to as Osmosis. Typical fiberglass pool manufacturers only use a minimal amount of Vinyl Ester Resin in the pool's construction as it is very expensive - almost double the cost of Polyester Resin. Leisure Pools does not take any short cuts and has a patent pending that will sanction Leisure Pools as the only company able to offer a composite fiberglass swimming pool with a full Vinyl Ester Resin Construction.
Learn more by reading the article on Leisure Pools website: http://www.leisurepoolsusa.com/pool-ideas/why-leisure-pools-are-super-pools