Did Anthony and Sylvan Pools Corporation go out of business?
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Would an extruded aluminum pool like the Johnny Weissmuller pools be a good pool or would the Radiant pool from Trojan pools be better?
Radiant Pools just make sense - Go GREEN Radiant Pools have insulation and are much stronger. I was considering an extruded pool but went with a Radiant pool. I couldn't be happier. The pool temperature is consistent and I get to swim an extra month longer because it doesnt cool as fast. Also Radiant Pools has been in business for 50 years (used to be Trojan Pools). That shows something about their quality and product.
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I am a big fan of Fiberglass pools. I have had vinyl liner pools and concrete pools. Fiberglass pools are easy to clean, they manitain chemical balance better, and the surface does not need to be refinished as often as concrete pools. The only downside is that the surface of fiberglass pools can be a bit more slippery than concrete but that has not caused any problems for us.