Our Inground Pools

If you’re shopping for an inground pool for your home, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make will be the kind of swimming pool that you want. At Parrot Bay Pools in North Carolina, we take pride in offering our community the best of the best: high-quality swimming pools that will transform the look and feel of your home - and your life.

Our inground pools come in a variety of shapes, colors, textures, and sizes. Whether you’re looking for a vinyl liner, fiberglass pool, or a concrete pool, our swimming pool contractors in North Carolina can help you make the best decision for your backyard and your budget.

We have an extensive selection of in-stock fiberglass swimming pools to choose from. But, if you'd prefer a custom luxury concrete pool or one of our budget-friendly vinyl liner inground pools, we offer custom options for those who want something a bit more tailor-made for their space!

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Choosing Your Pool Material

With so many types of inground pools, deciding can feel like a challenge. Which type of swimming pool is more affordable? Which inground pools can be customized? Which swimming pools require less maintenance over time? The truth is, the best inground pool for you will depend on your needs, your space, and your budget. Let's dive into the different types of inground pools that our North Carolina swimming pool contractors install.

Fiberglass Inground Pools
Fiberglass pools have taken over as the most popular option in recent years. Some are drawn to their sleek, smooth finish and ease-of-installation, but most buyers cite their durability and cost effectiveness as their motive for choosing a fiberglass pool.

Fiberglass is a material that requires minimal maintenance, naturally insulate, lasts longer than vinyl, and can be easily maintained. They are available in virtually any shape or size, with options for customization like tanning ledges and benches, and in a variety of colors and styles to fit any aesthetic.

Fiberglass pools are slightly more of an investment than vinyl, but they often have much lower operating costs in the long run, as maintenance and upkeep requirements are far less frequent and costly.

Unlike concrete or vinyl, fiberglass pools don't need resurfacing.

They can also be installed faster than other types of pools. We can often start installation for our in-stock fiberglass pools in as little as 30 days!

Don't see an in-stock fiberglass pool model that catches your eye? Let our swimming pool contractors design a custom fiberglass pool alongside you! Either schedule a call online or visit our pool showroom in Benson, North Carolina!
Vinyl Liner Inground Pools
Vinyl liner swimming pools are popular thanks to their budget-friendly installation cost. But don’t be fooled by the smaller price tag. Vinyl pools have come a long way in the past few years, and many of these options look as sleek and stylish as a more expensive option.

The biggest concern for many when it comes to vinyl liner pools is the durability. If the liner rips or tears, it would need to be replaced. On average, a well-maintained vinyl liner would still need to be replaced every 5-9 years.

While you need to replace the liner on occasion, a well-maintained vinyl pool can last for years, making it a rewarding purchase that doesn’t break the bank.
Concrete Inground Pools
Outdoor kitchens, built-in deck seating, and custom fire pits... our pool builders can do it all! If customization is what you’re looking for, then a luxury concrete pool may be the best option for you.

The main drawback of a luxury concrete pool is the cost- this is the most expensive pool option, with prices ranging from 100k and up. But if that budget doesn't break the bank, you can create your very own bespoke backyard oasis!

Plus, they're one of the longest-lasting kinds of pools with a typical lifespan of 50-75 years, considering proper care is taken. Because the surface of a concrete pool is more porous than vinyl or fiberglass, regular maintenance is vital to keep algae from accumulating. Your concrete pool will also need to be resurfaced every 10-15 years.

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Still not sure which type of inground swimming pool is your best bet? Use our Pool Selector Tool to find your perfect swimming pool!

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Shop Our Inground Pools

When installing inground pools, we know that a single choice can impact your overall happiness with your pool for the rest of your life. That's why we urge you to speak with us! Our pool design specialists and swimming pool contractors can help you select the pool of your dreams. We'd be glad to discuss our pool financing options as well! Schedule a consultation so we can walk you through the options of types, sizes, shapes, and pricing.

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