If you’re looking to create a more customized look in your backyard, the custom vinyl inground pool is a wonderful and affordable option. Because of their lower upfront cost and overall look, these pools are popular choices for inground pool design.
Crown Pools offers the best custom vinyl inground pool options on the market today, and they are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and liner patterns, as well as have a number of accessories to choose from to create stunning backyard oasis that perfectly complements your personality.
When you speak with your Crown Pools design specialist, you can expect to be shown all of the options available to determine which custom vinyl inground pool set up with best fit your backyard. Be sure to browse through our Pools gallery to get some inspiration for your upcoming Crown Pools’ project.
Why Custom Vinyl Inground Pools?
Custom vinyl inground pools, or package pools, are less labor intensive than concrete pools and are a less expensive method of construction. Traditionally, inground pools feature reinforced walls with custom vinyl inground pools. While rectangular pools are the most common, L-shaped, freeform and other shapes are also available.
Since excavation is necessary before installation, these pools will fall into a higher price range than above ground pools. But with that higher, yet affordable price point, you can customize your pool with many options, including new liner patterns and colors, as well as additional features.
Things to Consider
There are many things to consider when designing your custom vinyl inground pool, including the following:
Design: Choose from pre-fabricated shapes to fit your backyard, including a classic rectangular configuration to a curvaceous natural-looking lagoon and everything in between. Bench seating and pool covers are also available on most models.
Interior Finish: Choose from up to a dozen different patterns, each available in multi-color selections. Take special care with toys and pets to maintain a puncture-free surface of your liner.
Decking & Coping: You have a number of decking options to choose from – stained concrete, stamped concrete, natural stone, cool deck, deck pavers or tile.
Upgrades & Accessories: It is generally more cost effective to include the extra features you want at the time of initial installation, however, any feature can be added after installation. You can also accessorize your backyard poolscape with volleyball and basketball setups, grills, safety fencing, slides, loungers, automatic covers and outdoor furniture.