Fiberglass is quickly becoming the preferred pool material of homeowners across the Triangle area. Your family will love the beauty, durability and low-maintenance of a new fiberglass pool from Rising Sun Pools.
From initial fiberglass pool design to final installation, Rising Sun will deliver the superior quality your family deserves. Our pool specialists are happy to share their expertise to help you choose the perfect color, shape and size for your backyard.
If you’re still trying to decide between a vinyl pool or a fiberglass pool, check our our Pool Buyers Guide for more information on the differences, or try out our online pool builder.
Geometrically shaped pools are typically more formal in nature. The straight edges of geometric pool shapes are what give them the formal design. The rectangle was one of the most common shapes in early pool design. Its long, straight and narrow design is ideal for swimming laps. A rectangle with rounded corners is also a popular design that tends to tone down the formality.
For more information on the rectangle fiberglass pools we carry, see the manufacturer’s websites:
Classic shaped pools are great for families or those who want a pool to work for many activities. One end of a classic shape does not necessarily have to be a mirror image in size of the other end. The classic shape provides a nice separation for an obvious shallow area and a separate deeper area. For families, young children can enjoy activities in the shallow area with obvious perception of where the deeper area begins. The indentations on each side of this shape are also natural spots for shrubbery.
For more information on the classic-shaped fiberglass pools we carry, see the manufacturer’s websites:
Show off a truly individual style with our custom shaped fiberglass pools! Designed to add charm to your home and yard your custom shape pool will be the talk of any party or gathering!
For more information on the custom-shaped fiberglass pools we carry, see the manufacturer’s websites:
A freeform pool can take on virtually any curvilinear shape (except circles or other rounded geometric patterns). Many times, a kidney-shaped pool is considered freeform. However, the kidney shape has become more standard over the years.
A truly freeform design does not adhere to any typical pool design patterns. It is typically designed around elements in nature or to blend with nature. Freeform pools are ideal for incorporating landscaping elements such as providing inlets into the pool area for palm trees or shrubbery.
For more information on the freeform-shaped fiberglass pools we carry, see the manufacturer’s websites:
Modular shaped fiberglass pools provide the space you need for large outdoor activities, while also creating cozy space for everyday escapes.
Courtyard shaped pools feature classic contours that provide a stunning centerpiece to a classic courtyard setting. Courtyard pools are the perfect swimming pool if you are looking for a place to just cool off and relax. The deeper end semicircle can be set up with spa jets and the entry step in the shallow end also provides a place to just sit and relax.
Designed to mimic shapes of lakes and other bodies of water, Natural Pool shapes are the perfect choice for homeowners looking to create a full backyard escape!
For more information on the fiberglass pools we carry, check out our manufacturers’ websites: