Inground Pool Installation


An inground pool from Sunrise Pool and Service can transform your backyard into a summer oasis. Whatever you envision, building an inground pool gives you the most opportunities to express your creativity and design a poolscape that is completely unique.

There are three different kinds of inground pools they are concreteor gunite, vinyl, and fiberglass pools. Each type has different features which make them attractive for a backyard addition. Once the features are known, you can make a decision in favor of a certain type of inground pool without hesitation.

Concrete or Gunite PoolsConcrete pools offer the most design flexibility. They can be built in any shape, from traditional to free form, and are able to fit into irregular spaces, if needed. Gunite pools give you the most opportunity to customize your pool design — from fun and functional built-in features to textured pool surfaces. Gunite pools allow for maximum creativity, and typically take about 12 weeks to build.
inground pool with rounded edges
Vinyl PoolsVinyl pools are pre-engineered, less labor-intensive than concrete pools, and usually are your least expensive inground pool option. Vinyl pools are available in dozens of pre-designed shapes, from classic to curvaceous, and can be customized with built-in features and with durable vinyl liners that come in a beautiful array of designer colors and patterns. Because vinyl pools are constructed from prefabricated materials and a simpler construction process, vinyl pools can be constructed in about 3 weeks.
inground vinyl pool
Fiberglass PoolsFiberglass pools arrive in one pre-formed, pre-finished piece, so installation is fast (usually 1 to 3 weeks)! Fiberglass pools come in a variety of shapes and styles to fit your lifestyle, as well as designer textures and colors to match your personal style. Besides the quick installation, one of the biggest benefits of fiberglass pools is their surface. The smoothness makes it difficult for algae to cling to it — and that means easier maintenance and fewer chemicals.