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If you’ve been thinking about getting a swimming pool, now’s the time to act. However, before deciding on when to buy, you must first choose what to buy. Here’s a quick look at some of the pools that we offer. Whether you are a do it yourselfer or would like Acme Pool Specialist to install your inground pool or a beautiful new above ground pool , we are happy to help provide you with information that can help you decide what is the best choice for your family.

Deciding to invest in a swimming pool is one of the most exciting choices you can make as a homeowner. An in-ground pool adds relaxation, beauty and fun to any backyard environment. There are a variety of benefits to pool ownership. A pool can increase the value of your home, provide a place to gather with family and friends, and make easily available the proven health benefits of swimming.

At Acme Pool Specialists, we understand that each family has unique tastes and distinctive needs. We will work with you to help identify how your pool and backyard will be used, and the different options available within your price range to meet those needs.






Vinyl-lined pools are the most common type of swimming pool, and for good reason. While fiberglass pools have their benefits, vinyl liners offer a number of advantages for the discerning pool buyer. If you’re considering installing an inground pool in your backyard, here are a few reasons a vinyl pool liner should be at the top of your list.

The Most Cost Effective Choice

First, vinyl liners are the most economical choice of all the different types of pools. Sure, any which way you go, a new swimming pool is going to be a substantial investment, but vinyl Is less costly than fiberglass or concrete. Concrete is costly both in installation and maintenance. Fiberglass is more cost effective than concrete, but shipping them is costly and repairing a damaged fiberglass pool can get expensive. Vinyl pools, on the other hand, are a little bit cheaper than fiberglass on the onset, and if you do need to repair a vinyl liner, it’s generally much less expensive than concrete or fiberglass. You will need to replace your vinyl liner at some point, but, compared to the cost of resurfacing a gunite pool, that’s not terribly expensive either.

Spend More Time Swimming, Less Time Maintaining

All pools require maintenance, let’s be clear about that, but vinyl pools don’t need quite as much as their concrete or fiberglass counterparts. Modern vinyl liners are extremely durable. Vinyl is a nonporous surface which means it won’t require as many chemicals as a concrete pool. Vinyl’s smooth surface also makes it harder for contaminants like algae to take hold and wreak havoc on your pool. A well-maintained liner will last many years, but it will need to be replaced at some point. However, compare the cost of a new liner to the cost of refinishing a concrete pool (it can climb into the 5 figure neighborhood) and you’ll see that a vinyl liner is also a very cost effective choice in the long run. Vinyl (along with the steel or polymer shell) are less vulnerable than concrete pools to the freeze/thaw cycles that affect colder climates. This is especially important if you’re installing your pool in the Midwest or any area where temperatures routinely drop below freezing during the winter time.


The steel wall panels are made of corrosion-resistant galvanized steel with unparalleled strength. We’re so confident of the strength of our steel pools, we offer a one-time transferable, lifetime warranty of the pool wall structure.


All vinyl liners from are backed by our standard 20-year limited prorated warranty, which includes two-year full replacement protection for manufacturing defects.


We have your investment covered. We are so confident of our installation that we will give a two year warranty on all labor performed. That is one year longer than any of our competitors will offer.



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