“The first thing that attracted me to a one-piece swimming pool was cost,” says Paul. “We had been quoted over £125,000 to have a concrete pool installed, which took the pool out of our reach. I then started to look at what was available as an alternative to concrete. The first pools I came across when searching online were one-piece fibreglass pools, but I was put off by the possibility of osmosis.”
“I contacted AG Budget Pools & Spas of Stourport-on-Severn who were extremely helpful in pointing me in the right direction - they suggested a Niveko one-piece swimming pool might be suitable for me. After some online research, I thought this would be the ideal solution. I particularly liked how the pool cover retracts underwater into the rear wall. What confirmed my decision was the Niveko’s construction, which seemed very sound indeed.”
“Naturally, the fact that we didn’t have to wait for the pool to be constructed was a huge plus for choosing a one-piece swimming pool. It was the quickest possible method of installing a premium quality pool within the fabric of the house.”
The Niveko range is as broad as it is long, with an extensive skimmer and overflow design options available. All the pools can be supplied with a slatted automatic cover to help minimise heat loss and other associated running costs. Incorporating an in-roller motor, the pool cover can be operated with a key switch or remote control.
A unique solution for any home, please contact us for more information on Niveko and their product range.