Solid Concrete Pool Kits

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The walls of Solid Concrete Pools are generally constructed from a double layer of concrete blocks with steel reinforcing between them. The pool floor is made from reinforced concrete tied into walls without joints. The entire pool shell must be waterproofed using a proprietary render, since these type of pools do not use a separate vinyl liner. A commercially available alternative to concrete is 'gunite' - a cement mixture which is sprayed onto a continuous steel framework. One massive advantage of building a concrete shell pool is the opportunity to make it completely free-form, and the pool can be finished in various ways depending on taste and budget. Walk in steps can also be constructed on site as integral parts of the pool structure.

Having no separate liner means that the construction of solid concrete pools must be done perfectly sound; if not, cracks can appear which could cause potentially catastrophic leaks. Building a concrete pool is not a DIY job, and necessary expertise and experience are essential. 

The below table include typical dimensions and their costs. Once you have purchased the kit nearest to what you are planning, the possibilities with regard to pool shape and size are virtually infinite!

Pool dimensions 20ft x 10ft (6.10m x 3.05m) 24ft x 12ft (7.32m x 3.66m) 28ft x 14ft (8.53m x 4.27m) 30ft x 15ft (9.14m x 4.57m) 32ft x 16ft (9.75m x 4.88m) 36ft x 18ft (11.0m x 5.49m) 40ft x 20ft (12.2m x 6.10m)
Price £1,266 £1,277 £1,358 £1,369 £1,593 £1,685 £1,716

Our excellent value-for-money pool kits include most things you need to build your pool, except basic building materials like cement, sand, and concrete blocks (available from local builders' merchants) and do not include the internal finish to the pool (such as mosaics or tiles). Optional extra items include underwater lights and coping stones.

Our luxury pool kits include:

  • Pipe & fittings
  • Heavy duty pump and filyer with MPV and filter media
  • Vacuum-point for easy pool cleaning
  • Individual valves on three separate suction lines (for skimmer, main drain, and the vacuum point) so that each can be controlled independently
  • Fittings for under-pool ground drainage (as required)

Finish options for your pool:

  • Paint: One of the cheapest options, but needs re-applying every few years. Rubber-based paints last longer than water-based versions, but may be harder to repaint. The finished surface is usually non-slip.
  • Marblite: Marble-based cement plaster which produces a smooth finish. Attractive when newly polished but porous and prone to permanent staining and problems if the acid/alkali balance of the water is not maintained correctly. It is not possible to mosaic a marbelite surface because tiles won't stick.
  • Tiles: Mosaics look beautiful when skillfully applied. Ceramic or glass, they come in a wide variety of colours and textures. Mosaics, though not cheap, are long lasting and easy to clean.

We are happy to help with any aspect of your pool project - for more information, technical advice, or a competitive quote, please call us on 0208 941 6618 or email us


*All prices are inclusive of VAT

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