Are those that are on the ground, it is the cheapest option and easy
installation. Most above ground pools come in prefabricated kits
that even a novice can make.
Dug swimming pools:
Excavated pools are built on the ground and construction work
required for installation. These pools can be built to allow diving
or not, depending on depth. Pools excavated materials in the field:
These are made of fiberglass reinforced plastic, the glass has been
molded in advance with a definite shape. To install the pool, it is
necessary excavation work in the field, leaving the hole required,
typically have a perimeter built in concrete and placed on a layer
of sand, you need to do the preparatory work for plumbing. The
fiberglass pools are easy to maintain and have long life.
Vinyl Lined Pools
Compared to other pools, vinyl liner pools are generally more
affordable, easy to maintain and available in a variety of colors
and designs. Excavation is required, although the assembly of the
structure is in place as the ground pools and then vinyl siding
makes a structural wall.
The gunite, or Shotcrete is a type of reinforced concrete is tough
and adapts to many shapes. To build a gunite swimming pool, an
excavation should be done, place the plumbing and install a
structure around the excavation of reinforced steel, after making
previous works projects the mortar, it is simply a mixture of cement
and water sprayed at great pressure on the structure, allows for
many different finishes, shapes and colors as well. They offer great
durability and strength.
Pool is built in the traditional manner, the walls are made of
poured concrete way of retaining walls, are more expensive, offer
long-term geometric shapes are traditional.
Masonry block pools.
It is a conventional pool which is dug and then built with concrete
block masonry walls all and then gives a finish, require much work,
Most swimming pools
found in the North coast of the Dominican Republic ( Sosua, Cabarete,
Puerto Plata ) are the concrete type, though some houses in Puerto
Plata have used above ground ones ( as seen in listing
http://www.goldenkeymanagement.com/spc0813.htm ). Most villas in
Cofresi, Costambar, Cabrera and Rio San Juan are built facing the
ocean, in order to take advantage of the dramatic vistas.