Our new Free Standing Modular Pool Systems range (including SolidPool and SolidPool+) is an ideal solution if you want to create your pool in a small area or if you want to build an indoor pool. This is due to the fact that no struts are required, and construction will only require a minimum excavation area. It is also very lightweight, weighing only 3.7kg per block, which reduces construction time and makes it ideal for easy installation in areas with limited access.
The polypropylene blocks can be installed in-ground or above ground (up to 2m in height) without bracing and fit together using a simple ‘clip together’ method. The continuous 150mm reinforced wall structure is strong and durable without the need to render the pool walls after the concrete has been added. Any shape, size and depth are possible for your pool as blocks can be bent to create curves and circles, and many types of finish can be applied, including tiles, liner, or reinforced PVC. Any fittings you need can be simply cut out of the blocks and installed.
This simple and cost-effective method gives superb results – no wonder it is used in over 25 countries worldwide.
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.
Further Information about our Block System
The pool system uses reinforced polypropylene blocks in its construction
Blocks are lightweight at only 3.7kg
Pools can be created in any size, shape, or depth you like
Blocks can be bent to create curves and circles
No struts are required, therefore minimum excavation area
Blocks can be installed up to 2m in height above ground
No bracing required
No need to render pool walls
150mm wall structure
Can be built in small areas with limited access
Construction does not require professional skills, just some basic DIY skills
Quick and easy construction – blocks clip together
Fittings can be cut out of the blocks and installed
Competitive in price compared to traditional construction methods
Specific blocks for tiled or liner above or below ground