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What is a removable pool?

Detachable pools are a more cheapest and easier to install option compared to traditional built-in pools. Nowadays removable pools have models that have nothing to envy to a built-in pool, always offering the possibility of moving the location, something that is impossible with a built-in pool.

Types of removable pools

There are different types of removable pools on the market, depending on our needs, budget and available space we will opt for one or another option. We can classify removable pools into three families: inground removable pools, tubular removable pools and inflatable removable pools.

Buried demountables

The inground removable pools are the ones that will need the most investment in terms of installation, because even without being considered work, they require earthworks to place the pool from the pool. As it is a pool glass in one piece, we consider it removable, but for its transfer we would need a much greater deployment of means than if we had a removable surface pool.

Tubular

The tubular removable pools are those that have a structure of steel tubes with anti-corrosion treatment, with the function of supporting the PVC canvas of the pool. They are pools that are easy and quick to assemble, and do not require any technical knowledge to install them.

Inflatables

The inflatable removable pools are the best known, their size is usually much smaller than the rest of the pools and you only need to inflate them to be able to enjoy a bath. Their useful life is much shorter than that of the rest of the pools on the market, but they are usually pools that are used in places that have little space for their installation and in winter we can disassemble them and store them anywhere protected from inclement weather.< /p>

Advantages of each type of removable pool

Take a look at the advantages of removable pools before deciding what type of pool to buy.

Advantages of removable in-ground pools

  • They are at ground level, greatly facilitating access for swimmers.
  • Visually they are much more attractive than the raised ones.
  • Its durability is much greater than in other pools.
  • They admit pool cleaners of all kinds.

Advantages of removable tubular pools

  • No construction work is required.
  • Its installation is fast and simple.
  • Its price is much lower than in-ground pools.
  • You don't need a huge space to install a tubular pool.

Advantages of removable inflatable pools

  • Easy and fast installation.
  • Minimum space to be able to install them.
  • Its price is very low and affordable for all pockets.
  • The materials used are durable and reliable.

Best brands of above ground pools

There are many brands that sell different types of above-ground pools, but at Mercapool, based on experience, we have two manufacturers that offer a wide variety of above-ground pool models and finishes for all types of pockets. In our catalog you can buy Gre brand removable pools and Bestway brand removable pools.

Gre pools

Gre is a specialist brand and leader in the sector in the manufacture of removable pools. Their quality and reliability stand out, and in their catalog we will find swimming pools with any type of finish that we are looking for. This brand has a wide variety of accessories and complements for the assembly and use of removable pools.

Bestway Pools

A brand that has grown a lot in recent years thanks to the fact that they have a quality product, but accessible for tighter budgets. They have models of plastic and inflatable pools that cover a wide range of sizes depending on the space available for their assembly.

Materials for removable pools

Depending on our needs and the budget we have, we can opt for one or another option as far as the pool material is concerned. We can mainly find removable pools made of wood, steel, composite or plastic.

Demountable wooden pools

Their cost is higher, but in the long run they are much more durable than those made of composite or plastic, since the liner is completely covered by a structure of wood treated for exteriors and prepared to withstand inclement weather, the sun and the temperature variations that it may suffer throughout the year.

Detachable steel pools

Their cost is somewhat lower than the wooden ones and they have the advantage that their weight is much lower and that assembly is simpler than removable wooden pools. As far as durability is concerned, they also have quite a bit of resistance over time.

Removable composite pools

Fairly expensive, they are the least popular, but at the level of external appearance and durability they can be considered the undisputed winners. With respect to removable wooden pools, composite pools can be classified as less difficult when it comes to keeping the external coating of the pool in good condition, since the composite does not require treatment with any type of product such as varnish. or similar.

Removable plastic pools

The removable plastic pools are the cheapest option within the range, but their durability compared to other materials is much lower. In order for the useful life of the pool to be extended as much as possible, we must be very careful with its maintenance and protection against external agents.

Tips when installing a removable pool

Mounting a removable pool is a simple task, but to avoid problems we give you a series of basic tips that you must take into account before purchasing and installing a removable pool:

  • Make sure that the surface where we are going to mount the pool is completely flat and without unevenness.
  • Clean the area that will occupy the pool to avoid breakage due to scratches.
  • Make sure we don't have any power cables under the pool.
  • Use a protective tarpaulin between the pool and the ground to give it extra protection.
  • Keep in mind that we will need a power and water outlet close enough to connect the treatment plant and fill the pool.