One of the first decisions you may face when considering an inground pool is whether to choose a curvy or straight pool. Today, we will discuss some of the most common questions we receive about freeform pools.

With regards to pricing, freeform pools depend on the type of pool. With a fiberglass pool, the shape does not affect the price as they are manufactured on a mold and the pool is produced on top of that mold, with no extra work involved in building a freeform pool as opposed to a rectangular pool. The price is based on the length of the pool rather than the shape.

Vinyl liner freeform pools are different from fiberglass pools as they are constructed using a perimeter wall panel and finished on the floor of the pool. The liner must fit correctly, making it more difficult for a curvy vinyl liner pool to fit properly as opposed to a traditional rectangular vinyl liner pool. Therefore, freeform vinyl liner pools are more expensive than rectangular vinyl liner pools.

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Concrete pools are determined by the square footage of the total size of the pool and the shape does not affect the price.

When designing a freeform pool, it’s important to consider the balance between elegance and curb appeal, and maximizing swim space. Different approaches can be taken, such as focusing on elegance and features or maximizing swim space. Additionally, a tight design such as an infinity shape can fit in any setting and is a popular option.

We hope this information has been helpful in deciding whether a freeform pool is a good fit for you or which type of freeform pool might be best. If you have any questions about freeform pools or inground pools in general, please reach out to us and if you would like to receive a quote for one of our inground fiberglass pools, let us know.

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In conclusion, when deciding on whether to choose a curvy or straight pool for your inground pool, there are a few factors to consider such as the type of pool, the cost and the design of the pool. Fiberglass pools do not affect the price, whether it is curvy or straight. Vinyl liner pools are more expensive for curvy pools than rectangular pools, and concrete pools are determined by the square footage of the total size of the pool, regardless of the shape. When designing a freeform pool, it’s important to take into account the balance between elegance and curb appeal and maximizing swim space. There are different approaches to take and different designs that can fit in any setting. We hope this article has been helpful in guiding you to make an informed decision.