The great state of Georgia offers gracious, laid-back living all year ‘round. When it comes to outdoor entertaining, nothing adds to the ambiance and luxury of an elegant backyard gathering like a beautiful “peach” of an inground fiberglass pool. There’s a fiberglass pool design for every style of Georgian home and every family’s personality.
Fiberglass pools are a great alternative to gunite or vinyl pools, because:
What’s the average price of a fiberglass pool, installed?
The price of installed fiberglass pools will vary across the country. Historically, in Sunbelt states, gunite pools have proven to be more economical to install than fiberglass, while fiberglass pools are typically less expensive to install in the Midwest. However, as fiberglass pools gain in popularity in southern and western states (due to their durability and lower overall maintenance), they’re winning over both dealers and homeowners nationwide.
The best way to get an accurate estimate is to contact a Thursday Pools dealer near you and get a quote on your pool project.
However, if you’re just getting started on your research and simply want a ballpark idea for what your own fiberglass pool might cost, you can approximate $1500 per linear foot.
Let’s take a look at how that ballpark formula might apply to a few Thursday Pools designs.
Aspen is our most popular design. It blends the luxury of a large tanning ledge with a wide-open swim area and plenty of built-in seating. It’s available in three sizes. For smaller yards, the 14’ x 35’ is a great option. At an average cost of $1,500 per linear foot, a basic installation might run around $52,500.
Experience Aspen, up close and personal.
If your family is active and loves to play, but you have a small backyard, our Lil Bob fiberglass pool design might be perfect for you. Lil Bob is 27.5 feet long by 13.5 feet wide. At an average cost of $1500 per linear foot, a basic installation would be $41,250.
Experience Lil Bob, up close and personal.
As an Atlantan, unless you’re near a lake, you’re fairly landlocked. However, you can turn your Georgia home into instant beachfront property with one of Thursday Pools’ fiberglass beach entry pool designs. They’re the only truly zero entry fiberglass pools on the market, and there are two to choose from. Sandal is a curvy, fun freeform design, and Grace is a classic, elegant rectangular design. Beach entry designs will average $1,800 per linear foot. Grace is available in three sizes. The largest is 40 feet long by 16 feet wide. Applying our formula of an average cost of $1,800 per linear foot, a basic installation would be $72,000.
Take a 360 tour of Grace.
What does a basic fiberglass pool installation include?
The term “basic installation” is defined differently from one pool builder to the next, so it’s crucial to inquire about what’s included (and more importantly, what’s not included) as you’re collecting bids on your new fiberglass pool. This will ensure you’re comparing apples to apples.
For example, some pool builders automatically include lighting, heaters, a set amount of pool decking—and sometimes even an automatic pool cover—in all their quotes. Others will price these items à la carte. Additionally, there are costs involved in pool installation that may or may not apply to your project, depending on where you live and how accessible your backyard is. You’ll want to inquire about these costs as you’re interviewing prospective builders.
What are the other costs associated with installing an inground fiberglass pool?
In addition to the basic installation, you’ll need to consider the costs associated with permitting, restoration of the surrounding grounds once your pool is installed, site preparation, electrical work and dirt hauling.
Another cost you’ll need to factor in is fencing, which is generally not part of your pool contract. Like many other states, Georgia swimming pool regulations call for a barrier fence at least four feet tall with no openings greater than four inches. Additionally, if your fence is chain link, the openings in the chain link can’t be larger than 2 ¼ inches across. Your gates must be self-latching and must unlatch from the inside of the pool area. Be sure you include the cost of a fence in your pool project budget.
Thursday Pools has a fiberglass pool design for every family and every budget.
Thursday Pools fiberglass pool designs come in a great variety of shapes and sizes. You’ll want to consider how much pool your yard will fit (and how much pool you really need and want). You should also think about how you’ll use your pool, and choose a pool that fits your family’s personality. As you get further along in your research, check out our handy Pool Cost Calculator and Pool Selector Tool to get a better idea of how much your total pool project might be.
Ready to take the plunge?
Thursday Pools designs and manufactures the world’s most durable and elegantly crafted fiberglass pools. We are ISO 9001 certified, which means that fiberglass pool shells are made with the highest standards and from the best quality material available. We are also ISO 14001 certified, which means we are committed to environmental stewardship. Our one-piece, inground fiberglass swimming pool manufacturing facility is located in Fortville, Indiana. At Thursday Pools, we aspire to be the world’s most respected fiberglass pool manufacturer and to help our customers create a lifetime of memories with their family and friends.
The world’s first true beach entry (zero entry) fiberglass pools
Thursday Pools is the creator of the world’s first beach entry (or zero entry) fiberglass pool designs. Grace Beach Entry and Sandal Beach Entry are currently available to order, so you can turn your home into instant waterfront property with your new fiberglass pool!
The world’s first sunken living area fiberglass pools
Thursday Pools has also recently unveiled the world’s first sunken living area fiberglass pool. These exclusive designs will be available to order in 2020.