Our Process

Let The Experts Be Experts

Could we do it all?  Yes, but we feel that certain points of our builds are better left to industry leaders that are efficient and professional with everything they do.  This gives our customers the trust they deserve when buying a pool from us.

Pool Perfection Process

Metal Fabrication and welding

Every week we have our containers shipped to a local welding shop that normally builds asphalt and soil reclamation equipment that ships all over the world.  Every cut and weld is performed by certified welders, and the consistency in every unit is almost perfect.

Fiberglass Insert

This was a major breakthrough point for us.  After shutting down for over a year to find a company that could build us such a large mould we partnered with an absolute leader in the industry and couldn't be happier.  All our shells are produced in South Carolina and shipped in groups of 4 to save on shipping costs.


With a 1.5-2" gap between the shell and container, we had the opportunity to use closed cell insulation to both insulate and support the pool itself.  Our sister company is Spray on Systems LLC, and we work closely with BASF to use a pour in place foam to fill the voids.  This gives us the ability to also offer a heater option that actually heats the pool to an almost spa temp during the colder months.

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Why Choose Fiberglass?

While there are various types of liners and coatings that can be used to seal the interior of a shipping container pool, fiberglass inserts are often considered a superior option compared to epoxy coatings for a few reasons:


Fiberglass is known for its high strength-to-weight ratio, making it a durable and long-lasting material. Fiberglass inserts are resistant to cracking, fading, and discoloration, which means they require less maintenance over time than an epoxy coating.


Shipping container pools can experience movement due to changes in temperature and humidity, which can cause the metal to expand and contract. A fiberglass insert is able to flex and move with the container, which reduces the risk of cracking or peeling that can occur with an epoxy coating.


Fiberglass inserts can be molded into various shapes and sizes, which means they can be custom-designed to fit the specific dimensions of a shipping container pool. Additionally, fiberglass inserts can be finished with a variety of colors and patterns, which allows for more design flexibility and customization options than an epoxy coating.


While epoxy coatings can be applied to a shipping container pool relatively quickly, the process requires specialized equipment and can be difficult to do correctly. On the other hand, installing a fiberglass insert typically requires less specialized equipment and can be done more quickly and easily by a professional installer.

A shipping container pool with a fiberglass insert as a liner is generally considered a better option than one using an epoxy coating because of its durability, flexibility, aesthetic options, and ease of installation. However, it’s important to consider other factors such as cost, maintenance, and climate when deciding which type of liner or coating to use for your shipping container pool.

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