Microfine Cement Grout Injection Experts
Because fibreglass pools weigh the least, as compared to concrete, the danger of lifting when draining a fibreglass pool is greater. Pressure from water below the pool or along the outside can cause the fiberglass to buckle and crack.
A fibreglass pool is the most dangerous to drain and should only be done by a professional. Older pools may not have been built structurally to hold back the weight of the dirt against it when the pool is drained. This can cause the walls to collapse.
A fibreglass pool must be braced if emptied. Even when braced, the risk of movement on the pool remains when drained. Bracing a pool does not provide a guarantee that no damage will occur to the pool due to the nature of the issue and other factors such as structural integrity and or presence of water etc. which may adversely affect the pool’s structure.
Microfine Cement Injection Grout Service now offered
We, at Pools 101, care for our customers. We do what we can to minimise risks to the pools structure at the draining stage. We have taken an extra step to provide an additional service at a minimal cost to pool owners to help prevent pools from being damaged when it is drained.
Fibreglass pools which are larger than 8 linear metres and/or those which are unusually shaped will benefit from our Microfine Cement Injection Grout Service for stabilising and strengthening soil. We use inorganic grouting materials to ensure that there is no pollution to underground water or soil.