In the side by side comparisons below you will see why Legacy pools are the best in every category.
Ease Of Assembly
While Intex pools share a common assembly with Legacy, their fragile nature and thinner frame make assembly more pernicious. Legacy Pools assemble with no tools, with a special locking frame technology and once in place they are there forever. They take an hour or two to assemble and have no small parts. The steel pools take two days to assemble and one wrong move can cost you a lot of money.
Ease Of Maintenance
Because Legacy Pools are a one piece construction pool you never have to replace the liner. Because of its antifungal coating you never have to worry about algae burrowing into the liner, and because it comes with full size equipment (unlike the Intex Pool) keeping it clean is a breeze. You can also use all available automatic systems on this pool.
There is no stronger pool than the Legacy Pool. People often think steel is the strongest but despite having a steel wall, it has a very thin vinyl liner. The intex pools also have a thin un-reinforced liner. But the Legacy bullet proof pool can stand up to Dogs, Kids, Lions, and even Helicopters being dropped into them for military testing.
We have been selling Legacy Pools for more than two decades, and while we have many referrals from friends of our customers we have almost no repeat business, because these pools simply do not fail! Everyday we hear how happy people are with their pools and that makes us very happy as well. No other pool can say that!
Return On Investment
While Legacy pools may cost a little more , they give you so much more in swimming enjoyment. You would pay 899.99 for an Intex pool and have it for a year or two at the most, making the cost per year 450.00. A Steel pool usually sees between 5 and 10 years (and a couple of liner replacements) You will pay 4.000.00 for a steel pool and at the best that’s a cost of 400.00 per year. A Legacy Pool may cost $5000.00 but you will get 30 years or more out of it. That’s a cost of $166.66 year. Plus because Legacy pools have no small parts and can easily be taken down you can resell it when you are done with it and get at least half of your money back!
As mentioned above the life span of your typical Intex / Coleman pool is two years. Steel pool about ten years. As to the Legacy pool. That is a little hard to define. We innovated these pools about 25 years ago and most of them are still in everyone’s back yards. The pools come with a 30 year warranty but we seriously believe they will last beyond that
Legacy Above Ground Pools Are The Best!
The best there was, the best there is and the best there ever is going to be.