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Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools

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Legal name(s)
Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools, Inc. (opened in 1988)
International Fiberglass, Inc. (opened in 1989)

DBA/Brands
Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools

Company intro
Company type: Privately owned and operated
Founders: Roger Erdelac
Founded in: 1988
Business headquarters: United States

Factory location
Jane Lew, WV
Zephyrhills, FL
Rockingham, NC

Headquarters
218 Industrial Park Rd,
Jane Lew, WV 26378

Current owner
Viking Pools

Acquisition date
Acquired in 2010

Market reach
United States, Canada

Domain(s)
www.bluehawaiianfiberglasspools.com

Definition

Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools refer to the fiberglass pool brand previously owned and operated by Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools, Inc., currently owned and operated by Viking Pools, subsidiary of Latham Pool Products, Inc.

Overview

Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools brand is a very well-known and well established brand of fiberglass pools in the United States and Canada. This line of pools contains great variety of shapes and sizes. After brand acquisition by Viking Pools in 2010, some of the pool models were strategically migrated to other brands owned by Viking Pools.

Technology

  • Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools are constructed using carbon fiber reinforcement layers at the edges, steps and benches

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Eco Friendly

Due to the non-porous finish of our pools, fewer chemicals are needed because algae is less prone to attach to smoother surfaces. Additionally, less cleaning will have to be performed using automatic pool cleaners saving electricity. When automatic pool cleaners are used, the time it takes to clean the pool will be reduced saving additional energy.

As Fiberglass Poolss do not rely on steel panels or steel mesh/rebar for structure, they do not have the potential to leech chemicals and rust back into the groundwater as a more conventional constructed pool would.

Fiberglass pools in general act as a natural insulator. Your filter and heater will potentially run dramatically less than equipment on vinyl/ gunite pools. Depending on the climate and size of the pool, a homeowner can save up to $225.00 per month on their pool maintenance with our pools versus other types of pools (vinyl/gunite pools). With more and more people concerned about our environment, our Eco-Friendly pools are already the pool of tomorrow. Not only do our pools use less chemicals and energy, our pools never need to be re-plastered, nor do they have a liner to replace – thus resulting in less waste in our landfills.

Statement from Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools

Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools are made from state-of-the art composite technology offering numerous advantages over other fiberglass, concrete and vinyl-liner pools. Since the first fiberglass products were produced in the mid-'50s, fiberglass led a quiet revolution in the construction of swimming pools, and is becoming the product of choice for the swimming pool industry. Even today, varying degrees of quality exist in the manufacture of fiberglass pools. Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools is proud of its national recognition for its attention to detail, its use of the finest materials, its composite technology in production and its staff of dedicated craftspeople.

Pool Models

* Apollo (Rectangle)
* Asbury (Rectangle)
* Athens (Rectangle)
* Bristol (Rectangle)
* Cayman (Rectangle)
* Regatta (Rectangle)
* Olympic Bay (Rectangle)
* Portia (Rectangle)
* Sunburst (Rectangle)
* Trident (Rectangle)
* Venus (Rectangle)
* Cape May (Kidney)
* Laredo (Kidney)
* Paradise Beach (Kidney)
* St. Augustine (Kidney)
* Bay Shore (Classic)
* Crystal Bay (Classic)
* Sea Cove (Classic)
* Sea Shore (Classic)
* Southwind (Classic)
* Twin Cove (Classic)
* Classic Cove (Custom)
* Sandy Cove (Custom)
* Sierra (Custom)
* Three Moon Bay (Custom)
* Arcadia (Free-Form)
* Cape Cod (Free-Form)
* Hamilton (Free-Form)
* Java (Free-Form)
* Lexington (Free-Form)
* Newport (Free-Form)
* Phoenix (Free-Form)
* Vienna (Free-Form)
* Wellington (Free-Form)
* Bay Isle (Natural)
* Blue Isle (Natural)
* Grand Isle (Natural)
* Island Cove (Natural)
* Pleasant Cove (Natural)
* Vista Isle (Natural)
* Island Bay (Modular)
* Sunset Bay (Modular)
* Ewa (Spa)
* Hana (Spa)
* Hilo (Spa)
* Kona (Spa)
* Kula (Spa)
* Manoa (Spa)
* Molokai (Spa)
* Hydro Zone
* Lap Pools
* Tanning Ledge


Pool Color Options

Blue Hawaiian offers a variety of exclusive colored finishes along with standard gel-coats to create a wide range of effects.

Where to Buy

Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools fiberglass pools cannot be purchased directly from the factory. Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools is the dealer based manufacturer and their product can only be offered by the Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools authorized pool dealers.

Blue Hawaiian Fiberglass Pools pools can be located at www.swimmingpoolnow.com

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