In-ground Pools require not only the best of materials but the best construction process. Critical components include... the excavation, walls,
the process used in pouring the cement collar around the pool, deck braces for strength, plumbing, proper cement mix for the pool floor.
Any shortcuts, errors, or sub-par materials will show up 2 or more years down the road and the fix could be costly and time consuming.
See our Buyers Guide for what you need to ensure quality and safety at an affordable price.
Spend 99% of Your Time Swimming and Only 1% Cleaning...
* Optional Heater – to extend your season by two months.
Why Choose Vinyl or Fiberglass:
- Automatic Vacuum
- ZeoSand Filter
- Chlorine Generator
- ENJOY® Sanitizer
See our buyers guide for more details
Reasons to Choose Vinyl:
- Lower cost than Gunite
- Quicker Installation...
Reasons to Choose Fiberglass:
- Not all fiberglass pools are the same. A fiberglass pool built with pure vinyl ester throughout the entire laminate is the strongest
- No Fillers in our Fiberglass, this makes our Fiberglass flexible and able to withstand expansion and contraction as the
weather conditions change and the ground freezes and thaws.
- Quick installation...
How To Choose a Size and Shape To Fit Your Yard and Landscaping:
Your Best bet is to have a general idea of where you’d like your pool, but your best bet is to read our In-Ground Pool Buyer’s Guide first,
then invite John Morgillo over to view your property. What’s underground as well as the grade of your property need to be considered. A Quick Look Around Your
Yard With An Experienced, Trained Eye
And We’ll Know Exactly What Needs To Be Done
We’ve put in Pools where other Pool Companies have given-up or discouraged the Property owners. John Morgillo sells the pool and does the digging.
What Makes Us Different From Other Pool Builders?
Brothers Pool doesn’t source out any part of the pool construction to other contractors. You’ll never see where we’ve charged you 5 or 6 hours extra for hiring an excavator.
Minimum Requirements for Quality Pools:
See our In-Ground Pool Buyer's Guide