Constructing an inground pool for your New Jersey home doesn’t just involve massive excavation work and plumbing; it also requires the installation of lighting fixtures and their necessary electrical systems. As a guide for homeowners, Pool Pricer contributor Mat Jobe gives several pointers in choosing the best pool lights; giving attention to each type’s pros and cons. For the most part, the bottom line is to choose between LED and fiber optic lights.
While the choice is ultimately your call, based on your preference, it wouldn’t hurt to consult with a reliable company that has a long history of building NJ inground swimming pools, such as Tranquility Pools Inc.
NJ Concrete pools are just one option. Vinyl and fiberglass pools are also available. Vinyl pools are built by attaching the vinyl liner to a reinforced frame made of steel, aluminum, or non-corrosive polymer. They can be easily constructed, usually within one to three weeks, but are easily damaged by pets, sharp object, and even pool toys.
Fiberglass pools are tougher. Built by simply inserting a factory-molded fiberglass shell into a hole, installation can easily be done within a day. However, because of its pre-molded nature, it only comes in a few shapes and sizes. It also has a higher price tag than the other options.