Pool Advice

If you’ve started thinking of buying a new swimming pool for your South Carolina family, this pool advice section is just for you. Browse our advice articles and get the knowledge to make the best decision about your new pool.
Everything about stainless steel pools

Introducing Stainless Steel Pools

If you’re shopping for a swimming pool in Low Country South Carolina, you’ve probably already considered concrete, precast concrete, fiberglass, and possibly a few other options. You might even have considered some kinds of metal pools. However, since it’s a…

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Swim spa versus plunge pool

Swim Spa Vs Plunge Pool

How does a swim spa compare to a plunge pool? What are the advantages and disadvantages of both leisure products? What you need to know to make the right decision in the great swim spa vs pool debate? Read on…

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Cold plunge pools - benefits, cost

Cold Plunge Pools: Benefits, Options, Cost

Let’s take a closer look at what cold plunge is, what cold plunge pools are, the benefits of cold plunge, and more. Here’s what you need to know if you are thinking of getting a cold plunge pool in South…

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Luxury above ground pools SC

Luxury Above Ground Pools in South Carolina

Luxury above ground pools are permanent structures that are designed for your specific wants and needs and usually include decks, patios and other features that make your pool more than just a portable convenience. It’s something that will transform your…

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Small above ground pools Low Country SC

Small Above Ground Pools

Small above ground pools are small enough to leave you some space for other outdoor must haves like seating and lawn space, and because there’s no digging required to install them, it’s usually easier to get them permitted and approved,…

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Shipping container pools and their alternatives

Shipping Container Pool and Its Alternatives

Shipping container pools are constructed with the primary structure made from shipping containers. These are usually shipping containers that have reached the end of their useful life in the sea freight industry and have been decommissioned …

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How much does an above ground pool cost

How Much Does an Above Ground Pool Cost?

You’re probably wondering how much an above ground pool costs? After all, price and budgeting are factors in most decisions. So let’s take a closer look at how much above ground pools cost to purchase and maintain.

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Why Choose Little Pools

Below are just three out of many reasons why you should choose a Little Pool to transform your backyard.
Little Pool Look and Feel

The Look and Feel

You can customize your Little Pool in many aspects. There are various cladding materials available and the fiberglass interior is simply delightful. The pool shell is very strong, it’s resistant to algae building on the walls, you will not need to replace or reline your pool surface. And our pool colors are just stunning.
Little Pool at your site

Little Pool at Your Site

There is minimal site preparation involved in installing your Little Pool. They are also very stable and you won’t be surprised by a sudden movement of your pool. The pool won’t lift as the result of a hydrostatic event nor it will sink as some precast concrete pools might in some circumstances due to them being much heavier.
The Cost Factor of Little Pools

The Cost Factor

Last but not least – the price. Although the price points for our pools and some precast concrete alternatives might seem quite similar, there can be a big difference when it comes to putting the pool into your backyard. Because Little Pools are much lighter, you can save thousands on craning the pool into the position. Another big advantage of Little Pools is that if you are planning to put a deck around your Little Pool, your tradesmen can attach the deck construction directly to the pool, leading to a better result and lower cost.

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