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Concrete pools with laminate finish

Concrete pools with a laminate finish are extremely durable, owing to their material properties, especially in outdoor areas, and combine the advantages of a concrete pool (watertight, wide range of design options) with those of plastic laminate. The highly elastic properties of this material guarantee that the pool will be 100% watertight and will never succumb to frost damage, even in temperatures well below zero.

 

The laminate can also be replaced at any time, as required, with a new and perhaps different laminate colour, so you can very quickly and easily give your pool a new look. An additional advantage is that, compared to tiled or other types of pools, laminated pools are less expensive to install.