Hideaway Pools offers installation of Imagine Pools™ swimming pools which are engineered with exclusive Centurion Core™ technology, featuring high-performance vinyl ester resin woven into each and every structural layer. This non-reactive composite construction reduces chemical usage to provide years of low maintenance, trouble-free ownership.

The result is a composite pool with extraordinary structural integrity, durability and corrosion resistance. All products are built under strict quality controls and supervision with processes that we have perfected over thousands of pools manufactured.


Ocean Blue, Reef Blue, Ice Silver, Storm Grey, Volcanic Black, Coral Blue, Beach Sand

Benefits Of Fiberglass Pools

Faster Installation

Once the shell is manufactured, it can typically be installed within a week or so.  Installation is also less dependent on weather as other pools types are. Both vinyl liner pools and concrete pools require specific weather conditions to prevent damage during installation. While fiberglass pools do require ideal conditions—mostly for the safety of the installers—the fiberglass itself is not as vulnerable to adverse conditions like rain or sharp temperature fluctuations.



Fiberglass pools are stronger, more durable and less likely to be damaged. While there are numerous benefits to vinyl pools as well, it’s a fact that fiberglass pools are simply less likely to be punctured. This means less damage risk and lower overall maintenance costs over the life of the pool. Some of the most common things that puncture liner pools are the sharp ends of a pool pole, dog claws, and a wide variety of non-pool-safe toys and other objects. These items typically aren’t as much of a concern with fiberglass pools.


Lower Maintenance

Fiberglass swimming pools are known for being virtually maintenance-free. That’s in part because of the durability mentioned above, but also because fiberglass offers a smooth, less porous surface. The smoother surface prevents algae growth, which is common with other pools that have more crevices (especially concrete). Customers with fiberglass pools report spending less time cleaning and maintaining their pools each week, in addition to lower long-term maintenance.


No Liner Replacement Or Resurfacing Needed

All vinyl liners eventually need to be replaced. But with fiberglass pools, there is no liner. This is a large expense that fiberglass pool owners are happy to never have to deal with. Concrete pools also need their own maintenance to keep them clean and well-maintained: it’s recommended to have concrete pools acid-washed and even resurfaced every few years. These are additional concerns that fiberglass pool owners don’t have to worry about.


Lower Lifetime Cost

A swimming pool, of any type, is a great investment that will continue to offer benefits to your family for years to come. But it’s important to remember that maintaining your pool is also crucial for protecting your investment, and that maintenance comes with additional costs over the long term. Fiberglass pools typically have a higher upfront cost than vinyl liner pools, for example. But when you consider the low maintenance and other benefits, fiberglass pools ultimately cost you less to own over the long term.