Luxury Pools & Landscapes

Fiberglass Swimming Pools

Discover top-quality fiberglass swimming pools in Toronto & GTA. Our expert team specializes in pool installation, maintenance, and repair. Dive into luxury with our durable and stylish pools today!

Beat the summer heat with a fiberglass pool! With First Landscaping your dream of owning a luxurious and low-maintenance fiberglass pool becomes a reality! Our specialists can create a stylish retreat for you, complete with stunning colored finishes, advanced water features, beautiful ceramic tiles, tanning ledges, and more.

Why Choose Fiberglass?

Fiberglass pools are renowned for their durability, requiring minimal maintenance and offering years of enjoyment. Unlike traditional pools, fiberglass pools are quick to install, meaning you can start enjoying your new oasis in no time.

Here are some key points about fiberglass pools:

  • Cost: Fiberglass pools typically range from $60,000 to $120,000.
  • Installation: They are easier and quicker to install compared to other pool types.
  • Maintenance: Fiberglass pools require fewer chemicals and upkeep, saving time and money in the long run.
  • Durability: With proper care, fiberglass pools can last 50 to 100 years, providing long-term enjoyment without the need for frequent replacements.

Customize Your Pool

At First Landscaping, we understand that every homeowner has unique preferences. That’s why we offer a wide selection of sizes, shapes, and colors to choose from, ensuring your pool complements your lifestyle and aesthetic preferences perfectly.

Expert Installation

Our team of experienced professionals will handle every aspect of the installation process, ensuring a seamless experience from start to finish. With our attention to detail and commitment to quality, you can trust that your fiberglass pool will be installed to the highest standards.

Start Your Pool Project Today

Transform your backyard into a paradise with a fiberglass pool from First Landscaping. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards creating the outdoor oasis of your dreams.

Pros and cons of Fiberglass Pools


Pros of Fiberglass Pools

1. Faster Installation Time:

    • One of the most significant selling points for fiberglass pools is their quick installation. Compared to gunite or concrete pools, which can take up to 60 days to complete, fiberglass pools can be installed in as little as two weeks or even less.

2. Reduced Maintenance Needs:

    • The smooth gel coating on the surface of fiberglass pools resists algae growth exceptionally well. You won’t encounter the same problems with algae that gunite and concrete pools often face.
    • Mold and mildew issues are minimal with fiberglass.
    • Less time spent cleaning, lower labor costs, and fewer repairs.

3. Wide Variety of Shapes:

    • Initially, fiberglass pools had only a handful of generic shapes, mostly variations of the standard rectangle.
    • Now, manufacturers offer as many as 40 different shapes, allowing you to create a customized, high-end installation without the significant costs associated with other materials.

4. Enhanced Appearance Options:

    • While some critics have raised concerns about the appearance of fiberglass pools due to the focus on installation speed, there are multiple ways to enhance their look.
    • Custom features, landscaping, and creative design choices can make your fiberglass pool visually appealing.

Cons of Fiberglass Pools:

1. Limited Customization:

    • Although fiberglass pools come in various shapes, they may not offer the same level of customization as concrete or gunite pools.
    • If you have specific design requirements, fiberglass might not be the best fit.

2. Surface Texture and Finish:

    • Fiberglass pools have a smooth gel coat finish, which some people find less natural than the texture of concrete or gunite.
    • The porous surface texture may require a sealant and finish to maintain its appearance.

In summary, fiberglass pools offer speed, low maintenance, and a variety of shapes, but they may not provide the same level of customization as other materials. Consider your priorities and preferences when making your decision.