What inground pool is perfect for your backyard?

When is comes to building your backyard oasis...if you can dream it, we can build it! Pool Town has built more than 8,500 inground pools in the state of NJ in our 25+ year history. Our pool specialists have the skills and knowledge to help guide your new pool installation project from start to finish. We construct our inground pools from the finest supplies and materials coupled with expert installation and maintenance. Over the course of our companies history we have developed direct relationships with our distributors and manufacturers that allow us to offer some of the best warranties in the entire pool industry. We continually push the envelope to help develop stronger and more effective construction techniques such as IBEX Construction that allow us to build pools that will look beautiful for years to come.

From size and shape to custom waterfalls and slides, choosing a pool for your backyard can be an overwhelming and intimidating process. Pool Town's pool specialists work hard to take all of the guess work out of the process and make your pool buying experience a pleasurable one. We will help you determine the best pool for your backyard and narrow down what upgrades and features are important to  your inground pool project. We spend a great deal of time working one on one with our clients to find the pool that meets both their needs and budget. Once construction is complete on your new inground pool, our in-house service department has the resources to keep your pool into shape long after your first swim. The entire process is about you as a customer and we pride ourselves on our ability to find the perfect pool for each of our clients.

We have over 50 award winning designs and can work with you to meet any custom design preferences on the inground pool of your dreams. Pool Town has financing options available as well to help make pool ownership a possibility for most pool owners. Our industry leading warranties coupled with our attention to detail in the construction and planning phases of your backyard project translates to a better constructed inground pool that will give you peace of mind for years to come. Take the time to browse our pool gallery if you have any questions or need help our pool specialists are always happy to answer any questions. Feel free to contact us at 800-882-0152.

As one of the largest installers of vinyl inground pools in the state of New Jersey we have compiled a list of helpful tips to consider when researching the various types of inground swimming pools on the market.

Vinyl Liner Pools


  • Pool components are manufactured in a controlled environment by machinery and have long manufacturer warranties.
  • Vinyl liner pools are the easier and more cost effective to maintain and repair. If for example the liner tears its can be easily fixed or replaced in most cases.
  • Replacing a vinyl inground pool liner is more cost effective than resurfacing other types of pools.
  • Vinyl inground pools can be custom designed to fit any shape or size. This gives you the ability to create a high end luxury pool without the cost associated with other types of inground swimming pools.
  • Some standard shapes such L-shape provide a combination of large diving and shallow play areas for the best of both worlds.
  • Vinyl liners come in a variety of colors and styles and allow you to truly customize your backyard design.
  • The smooth surface of vinyl inground liners make them easy to maintain and they are friendly on the skin.


  • Liner may tear or scratch if abused or if animals claw the sides of the pool. If pets use the pool they must be trained to walk out using the pool stairs. (Note: You get additional protection from thicker liners. Ask your pool professional for warranty information)                                                                                                                                                
  • Liners usually need to be replaced every 10-15 years (Thicker liners typically have a longer lifespan).
  • If drainage around the pool is not properly addressed or if pool leaks out, the liner will float.
  • Liner is susceptible to low water PH and can be damaged if chemicals are not used properly.

One Piece Fiberglass Pools


  • Manufactured in a controlled environment by people, which is good if experienced craftsmen and good molds are used.
  • Smooth surface is easy to clean and maintain and is easy on the skin.
  • You can see exactly what you get.
  • Pet friendly to a certain extent.
  • Quick installation times.


  • Even the largest fiberglass pools are at best only average in size. Advertised sizes don't represent the true size of the usable pool. Dimensions given are not water edge to water edge as is the case with other types of pools, but also include the part of the shell that is not visible in the final installation. Especially with free-form shapes, because advertised sizes are (max width x max length), you may end up with a considerably smaller pool than you bargained for.
  • Cannot be custom designed.
  • Surfaces can be damaged by high water PH.
  • When the surface of a fiberglass pool fades or deteriorates it is very difficult and expensive to resurface. In most cases the original look of the pool can never be recaptured once it is resurfaced.
  • The structure is not self supporting and may collapse or buckle if emptied.
  • Fiberglass pools are very difficult and expensive to repair. Under certain scenarios or if the pool develops a leak, the pool shell may buckle or float.
  • Fiberglass pools are known for suspiciously short warranties on some color surfaces, and no warranties against floating or buckling.

Concrete and Gunite Pools


  • Limitless design capabilities that give a high end look (There are some things that can not be done effectively with other pool types. For example beach entries and multiple elevations)
  • Animal friendly and can withstand physical  abuse.
  • The structure is self supporting.


  • Concrete and Gunite pools are the most expensive pools on the market.
  • They are expensive and difficult to clean.
  • Pool surfaces such as the floor and walls are porous and most susceptible to damage caused by poor pool chemistry. High or low PH, hard or soft water, or any metal content will damage the pool surface.
  • When the surface of a fiberglass pool fades or deteriorates it is very difficult and expensive to resurface. In most cases the original look of the pool can never be recaptured once it is resurfaced.
  • Concrete and Gunite pools must be resurfaced every 7-15 years at a considerable cost.
  • Plumbing is expensive to repair and replaced as it is encased in concrete.
  • Concrete and Gunite surfaces can be rough on both the feet and skin.
  • Correct installation can take months.
  • Concrete pools are susceptible to cracks. Concrete cracks can be difficult to repair properly.
  • Pool is manufactured on site and warranties are short on pool surface and pool structure.


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