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PREMIUM-QUALITY VINYL LINER POOLS, BY CREATIVE HOMESCAPES

Thinking of putting in a vinyl liner pool? Get it built right.

Despite the rising popularity of one-piece fiberglass pools, vinyl liner pools are still the most common type of inground pool installation. Vinyl pools are built using formed walls and an inserted liner made from strong vinyl. Built properly, a vinyl liner pool will give your family many years of trouble-free enjoyment, while enhancing the beauty and value of your home.

But like many things in life, there’s a right way and a wrong way to build a vinyl liner pool. All too often, pool contractors will cut costs by cutting corners, but that often results in an inferior product that costs you much more in maintenance and repairs than you saved in the first place. A quality-built pool from Creative Homescapes may cost a little more at the outset, but it will save you a lot of money (and headaches) in the long run by providing better energy efficiency, low maintenance costs and fewer costly repairs. Click here for a video that shows the six key things to watch for when getting a pool built.

Take a look through our photo gallery to see the wide range of styles and options available. You can also add a variety of special optional features to customize your pool. And since we’re Southwest Ontario’s leader in decks, hardscaping and landscaping, we can design a complete plan that integrates your pool with your surroundings, bringing your backyard to life.

Contact us for an estimate today, and together we’ll create your outdoor oasis.

 

Custom Features and Stonescaping Options Available


Enhance your pool with a wide range of custom water features and stonescaping options to create a beautiful backyard masterpiece.

Top-Quality Hayward Equipment

We use only industry-leading Hayward pool equipment in all of our pool installations.

 

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