Traditionally, concrete and tiled pools have been considered ‘top of the range’, particularly at larger properties with landscaped grounds. In certain circumstances, this is still the preferred option. However, due to the very high construction costs and additional on going maintenance issues, many people are looking for alternatives.
The thought of a vinyl pool is an anathema to many prospective pool owners, in spite of the fact that they are considerably less expensive, easier to maintain, more suited to difficult ground conditions and cost effective to update.
An alternative to a complete liner pool is an ‘on site’ lined pool with a ceramic, vitreous or porcelain finish at water level. There is an extensive choice of patterns for reinforced vinyl available and the waterline can be finished with any selected tile that can withstand pool water chemicals. There is no restriction in size or shape for such pools and they come with a comprehensive guarantee on the finish.
Myrtha pools are designed and engineered to be strong, free-standing, panel structures, installed using an unparalleled high-precision and extremely rapid assembly process. The shorter installation time means substantial savings in terms of direct costs, not to mention the savings on indirect costs. Watch the Myrtha Pools installation video.
Cresta Leisure installation of a Myrtha Pool at Silverlake