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Ideal Pools owner Chris Norton has over 24 years experience in the swimming pool business and has been in business for himself for the past 12 years.

We are a full service pool company, and we work on commercial and residential properties. Specializing in inground liner and gunite pools we build, repair, service, and maintain.

Being a customer service oriented company we assist in teaching our customers about how their pools work and we are always available for questions and troubleshooting.

Ideal Pools understands that a pool is a big investment and being in New England there is only a portion of the year the pool is usable. We try to keep our customers happy and swimming for as much of the season as possible.

 

Featured Clients

Here are just a few examples of our work

Testimonials

My wife and I want to thank you for all that you have done for us. We appreciate all of your efforts in replacing our liner and closing of the pool. We think you are very kind hearted, sincere and honest. These are all admirable qualities despite what they say about
B.D. Lowell, Ma

F.A.Q.

Q: What are the pros and cons between liner, unite and fiberglass pools?
A: Each of the different types...read more
  • Q: What are the pros and cons between liner, unite and fiberglass pools?
  • A: Each of the different types of pools have pros and cons. The pros to gunite pools is the unlimited freedom of design. It tends to make the pool more personal. The cons are that every 15-20 years a gunite pool will need to be replastered. Also it is very important to make sure the water is always balanced to preserve the life of the plaster. Liner pools are nice because they can be almost any shape possible, they cost considerably less, and are cheaper to repair. Liner pools are available in a number of patterns that are beautiful, but vinyl is not as durable as a gunite or fiberglass pool. Luckily liners can be patched. Fiberglass pools are very quick to install. Once the hole has been dug it is very easy to drop it into the ground and plumb it. The fiberglass pools are limited in shape and pattern and patches tend to be noticeable.

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