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Inground Pool Kits
Manufactured in America, our Polymer & Steel wall do it yourself in ground pool kits are made exclusively in the USA! The polymer wall pool kits provide uniform rigidity, flatness, and strength with molded structural thermoplastic walls. The polymer pool wall panels cannot rust, corrode, or rot! Our steel panels, made of the highest-grade galvanized steel, boast an impressive G235 Zinc coating, which means intense rust prevention.
All of our inground pool kits are customizable to any design idea, so go ahead and dream a little! We also offer a large variety of standard swimming pool shapes and sizes, which is great if you’re looking for more traditional swimming pool. To discuss which type of in ground pool kit is right for you, call +1 609-534-0005.
Steel & Polymer Wall Pool Kits
One common question we are always asked is; between steel wall and polymer wall inground kit packages, which is better? As a result, we’ve provided a quick comparison between the two. This can help you decide which pool kit is best for your family. Firstly, the two different pool kit styles only have minor differences. Both our steel and polymer pool wall systems are of the highest quality standards, built for a lifetime. For the last 16 years, Pool Warehouse has exclusively sold only premium inground kits manufactured by Hydra Pools. Hydra has been manufacturing swimming pool panels and braces since 1984, which means all of our kits are 100% American made. Hydra’s quality and years of manufacturing experience, alongside Pool Sundeck’s sales and service, guarantee that you’ll get the swimming pool you’ve always dreamed of!
Steel Wall Panels
As a base material, steel walls are stronger than polymer walls, however, with that strength comes weight. Steel is much heavier, which leads to the pool wall panels being more cumbersome to move around when building your inground kit. Secondly, our panels are treated with a G-235 zinc rust preventative coating. This is the strongest galvanization process in the swimming pool industry, and as a result, it ends in the highest-rated galvanization treatment that steel can receive. Steel also offers much more flexibility in custom inground kit design features, as bent radius and custom steel pool steps are easier to make.
Polymer Wall Panels
As a base material, polymer is much lighter weight than steel and easy to handle when working alone. Secondly, Polymer pool wall panels require no galvanization process and over time offer superior corrosion resistance. These panels can’t be bent, so they can’t be used to make some tight radii. Remember never to use steel braces with a polymer wall pool kit, so your warranty isn’t voided with the manufacturer.
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