Fiberglass Swimming Pools (One Piece)



Our Luxe range of Pools offers a variety of styles, sizes and purposes for all homes. Delivery in one piece means simple delivery and quicker installation than usual,  and their more compact size makes them more affordable. Our Luxe pools come with a 10-year guarantee against colour osmosis, and 20-year structural warranty.

Luxe Skimmer Pools - Wanarka

Luxe Skimmer Pools are the traditional swimming pool.  Available in various models.

Model names: Wanaka, Koro, Toba, Lugano & Garda.

Luxe fibreglass swimming Skimmer Pool - Garda

Luxe Skimmer Pools - Garda

Luxe Skimmer Pools are the traditional swimming pool.  Available in various models.

Model names: Wanaka, Koro, Toba, Lugano & Garda.

luxe city pool

City Pool

Think you can’t have a pool in the city? Think again! Our City Pool is specifically designed for small gardens and budgets, as it comes in a single unit small enough for a back yard. Measuring just 4750 x 2540 x 1350, the City Pool may be small but it is mighty, with an exercise swim jet and seating areas with a spa jets. The City Pool comes supplied with a pre-plumbed filtration unit, jets, electric heater, and LED lights and controls, but only for in-ground installation.


Dove Overflow Fibreglass Swimming Pool

Dove Overflow Pool

The Dove 6.70m pool is converted to a deck overflow system. Pool is supplied with an in-built automatic slatted (Polycarbonate) cover system with high water level control, stone grating kit and water balance tank.


Luxe Automatic Cover

Luxe Automatic covers

Purpose made for some of our finest pools, our Slatted PVC Covers are perfect for both covering your pool and presenting an insulated barrier. The integrated slatted cover system is operated by key switch and come with a stainless steel support beam, lid housing, control unit and an in-tube motor. Two types are available: PVC White and PVC Solar, the second of which uses solar energy to heat the swimming pool.


We also offer One-piece fully tiled pools – from Luxe Pools.

Tilestone Pool

Tilestone Pools

Made from reinforced GRP, with a 50mm high-density PU foam and steel carbon framework, the Tilestone comes ready-made to fit directly into your previously excavated and prepared hole – a 100mm concrete sub-base with drained is required. We then lower the pool in by crane, level and back-fill it so it is ready for tiling with a specialist epoxy adhesive – either standard 25mm mosaic or large format 600 x 300 tiles can be applied.

Also available Stainless Steel One-piece pool –  from Luxe Pools

Stainless Steel Wall Swimming Pool

Stainless Steel Pools

Luxe stainless steel swimming pools offer elegant and timeless design, aided by the smooth lines and unique colour of stainless steel.

Contemporary in design and timelessly elegant, the Luxe stainless steel pool delivers the ultimate pool finish. No other pool fabrication can match the smooth elegant lines and unique overall colour of stainless steel. Manufactured using Marine

Inox stainless steel AIS1316L, all pools are pre-cut and welded into steel-framed sections thus producing a pool that can be installed below or above ground.

Luxe Pools offer an affordable GRP reinforced one-piece swimming pool that can simply be dropped into an excavated hole and filled with water within a matter of days. Available exclusively through a Paramount network of national pool dealers, Luxe Pools are made to order and delivered directly from their 15,000 SQM factory in Lithuania.

Fibreglass plunge pool prices

Pool Size Weight Price (excl. VAT)
Koro 5000 x 2650 x 1400 mm 400 kg £8,335
Toba 6000 x 3000 x 1450 mm 500 kg £9,877
Lugano 7650 x 3700 x 1500 mm 790 kg £14,162
Andaman 8200 x 3500 x 1550 mm 740 kg £14,262
Garda 800 8000 x 3700 x 1500 mm 800 kg £14,760
Garda 950 9500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 950 kg £16,590
Wanaka 650 6500 x 3300 x 1500 mm 650 kg £12,620
Wanaka 750 7500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 820 kg £15,230
Wanaka 850 8500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 920 kg £16,755
Wanaka 1000 10000 x 3700 x 1500 mm 1050 kg £18,985
Dove 6700 x 3700 x 1380 mm 750 kg £13,050
Garda 800 + Cover Pit 8000 x 3700 x 1500 mm 800 kg £16,095
Garda 950 + Cover Pit 9500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 950 kg £17,925
Wanaka 650 + Cover Pit 6500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 820 kg £13,785
Wanaka 750 + Cover Pit 7500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 820 kg £16,585
Wanaka 850 + Cover Pit 8500 x 3700 x 1500 mm 920 kg £18,100
Wanaka 1000 + Cover Pit 10000 x 3700 x 1500 mm 1050 kg £21,180
Dove + Cover Pit 6700 x 3700 x 1380 mm 750 kg £14,150

Using 100,000 kilos of resin every month, Luxe pools are designed to cater for the extreme temperatures changes in northern Europe, Scandinavian and Russian climates. The pools are provided with a 20-year structural warranty and a 10-year colour-osmosis guarantee. With over fifteen different models to choose from, LUXE Pools are able to accommodate most of your pool requirements.

The most two most popular pools ‘Wanaka 8.50m and 10m’ will be a stock item (subject to availability) here in the UK. All stock pools will be available in Ocean Blue colour only.  For all other models allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.

To protect the integrity of the Luxe Pools brand Paramount supply pools through approved dealers only, ensuring that you receive the best possible advice, installation, assistance and customer service.


How long do Fiberglass pools last?

Fiberglass pools last between 20-25 years, depending on how much they are used, the quality of materials and construction process. Many fiberglass pools come with a warranty that guarantees them for this time. 

How much is it for a fiberglass pool?

A fiberglass pool costs between £8,335 and £21,180, depending on the size and style that you opt for. This cost includes just the pool and does not take into account the costs of excavation or installation.

Which is better fiberglass or vinyl swimming pools?

Fiberglass pools are more expensive than vinyl swimming pools, however, they offer better value over time as vinyl liners need to be replaced every 5-10 years and aren’t as aesthetically pleasing. Fiberglass pools require much less maintenance than vinyl liner pools and offer greater durability in the long term. 

Is a fiberglass pool worth the money?

Fiberglass pools cost more than concrete or vinyl liner swimming pools, however, this investment may be worth the money when you consider the lower costs in terms of maintenance. Concrete pools tend to be more prone to algae and vinyl liners need replacing every 5-10 years, whereas fiberglass pools do not have these issues.

Will fiberglass pools crack?

Fiberglass pools can crack if they are mishandled during transportation or if the surface is not properly supported when constructed. To avoid cracking, ensure that you purchase your fiberglass pool from a trusted manufacturer and employ a proven installation team who understand how to handle them properly.       

What are the disadvantages of a fiberglass pool?

The disadvantages of a fiberglass pool include: 

  • You will need access for heavy equipment. Fiberglass pools are delivered as large pre-manufactured units which often require lifting in by crane after being transported by truck. You’ll therefore need to have access for these vehicles to bring in your pool, which might not be suitable for those in particularly remote, rural locations. 
  • Spider cracks can appear from poor manufacturing or installation. Although only a minor flaw to the aesthetics of your swimming pool, a crack in the topcoat created by mishandled installation could be a permanent eyesore unless you order a replacement. 
  • Sun exposure can cause multilayer topcoats to peel. Coloured or high-gloss topcoat finishes applied on top of fiberglass pools can be prone to sun exposure. This can be avoided by opting for a fiberglass pool with a solid colour coat that won’t require an additional topcoat. 
  • Fiberglass pools can warp if backfilled incorrectly. Backfilling a fiberglass pool with gravel reduces the chance of this happening, sand can also be a good option if your soil has a sandy composition. 
  • Pre-fabricated fiberglass pools aren’t as customisable. Whilst they are more durable than other swimming pools, you will be limited in choices in terms of designs. You have more freedom to design your pool when using concrete, but that material has its own drawbacks too. 
  • More expensive than other materials. If you are looking to build a swimming pool on a budget, then you may want to consider concrete instead. Whilst you may pay more for maintenance in the long term, the upfront costs will likely be much cheaper. 
  • Extra care must be taken with water chemical balances. If your pool water’s alkalinity levels are too high, or if you have an improper calcium balance then you may find that your gel coating on your pool will need replacing after a few years.               

Who makes the best fiberglass pools?

The best fiberglass pool are made by Luxe, a company that has spent years innovating and improving their hand-layered manufacturing techniques. Each fiberglass pool is built with 10 layers, 9 of which are hand laid. These are designed to withstand the most severe environments and are installed across the world.

Can you do salt water in a fiberglass pool?

It’s possible to use salt water in fiberglass pools, doing so offers a handful of advantages and disadvantages. In these systems, the salt is used to release chlorine to clean the water as opposed to chlorine which may result in clearer looking water. One drawback is potential corrosion of metal fittings which can be avoided by investing in high-quality stainless steel fittings.

Can you put lights in a fiberglass pool?

Many fiberglass pools come with light fittings included along with the pre-cut holes for them to be installed in. Should you wish to have additional lights fitted into your fiberglass pool then you would need to cut more sections out to fit the lighting fixtures during the installation process which would take more time and incur an extra cost. 

Do fiberglass pools look cheap?

Fiberglass pools only look cheap if they are of poor build quality. A modern high-quality fiberglass swimming pool can add real aesthetic value to a property, especially if it’s accompanied with a complimentary garden redesign.

How deep can you get a fiberglass pool?

Fibreglass pools can be as deep as 1500mm (just under 5 feet), depending on the specific model that you choose. Typically, the longer the fiberglass swimming pool that you opt for, the deeper it will be. 

Can fiberglass pools have diving boards?

Fiberglass pool can have diving boards, however, in order for this to be safe, the swimming pool would need to be at least 12 metres long to accommodate a slope that would prevent divers from injuring themselves on the bottom of the pool. 

Can you drain a fiberglass swimming pool?

Draining a fiberglass swimming pool completely is not advised as this could create pressure from below or along the outside of your pool walls, which could lead to cracks. Partially draining your fiberglass pool is safe if you wish to clean along the water line.  

Can you pressure wash a fiberglass pool?

It’s not advisable to use a pressure washer to clean your fiberglass pool, as such an intense tool could damage the gel coating and may lead to cracks forming. Use non-abrasive or chemical treatments to clean your fiberglass and keep it in good condition. 

Can you fill in a fiberglass pool?

Fiberglass pool shells should be removed from the ground before the pit is filled in. 

How do you fix a fibreglass pool?

Fixing a fibreglass pool should be undertaken by a professional swimming pool technician, rather than attempted as a DIY activity. Only a professional will be able to properly assess the cause of your problem and correct it effectively.

How do you fix gelcoat on a fiberglass pool?

Fix the gelcoat on a fiberglass pool by first assessing what sections need recoating. Depending on the age or condition of your pool you may only require some light touch-ups of fiberglass epoxy. If your fiberglass pool has accrued a multitude of cracks over the years, then you may need to apply a complete gelcoat, which may be best done by a professional.

Why is my fiberglass pool losing water?

If your fiberglass pool is losing water this could be a sign that your fiberglass shell has developed some cracks. You can inspect your fiberglass shell by pressure-testing the plumbing, physically inspecting the fiberglass itself or using a dye-test to find any leaks. 

What is the best color for a fiberglass pool?

Blue is one of the most popular colours for fiberglass pools, however, most manufacturers produce their pools in a wide range of colours to suit every customer. Other popular colours are light blues, turquoise, greens and white. 

Can you change colour of fiberglass pool?

You can change the colour of your fiberglass pool at a later date if you wish using an epoxy paint. A new application of gelcoat can protect an older fiberglass swimming pool, as well as give it a fresh aesthetic appeal. 

What's Included

The complete package delivered to your door!

Every pool includes:

  • Hayward Side Mount Filter.
  • Hayward Max Flow 55kW Pump.
  • ABS Skimmer(s).
  • Inlet(s).
  • LED Underwater Light inc. Deck Box.
  • 50m PVC Flexible Pipe.
  • PVC 50m Plumbing Kit and Fittings. Note all fittings supplied are 63mm.
  • Filter Media.
  • Electric Control Panel (1 phase) inc. Transformer 12V 50W, Timer, 5 x Contactors.


Colour options.

3D super granicoat (standard finish)

All Luxe pools are manufactured using 3D Super Granicoat Gelcoat providing an artificial sparkling granite type effect that enhances the overall appearance of the pool finish.

3D ultra granicoat (upgrade finish)

Available at an extra cost, the 3D Ultra Granicoat incorporates an additional 4 layer process gelcoat (sparkle) layer that emits a three-dimensional finish.



Installing one of our Luxe fiberglass pools is far less time consuming than building a pool out of conventional concrete pool and far more economical. Installation consist of excavating the hole 300mm wider (all sides) than the pool shell, installing a suitable drainage system and suitable floor base. The pool structure is then simply dropped into position by a crane. Using a laser lever or similar, the pool is set to the correct height and then backfilled with a suitable non-expansive material (20mm shingle). The backfilling must commence whilst filling the pool with water (at the same level).

Note – due to the nature of fibreglass no structure over 3m can be made to an exact measurement. Natural deflection will occur and a -/+5mm tolerance must be allowed for.

Professional or DIY?

We would advise that you seek a professional pool dealer to undertake the installation for you. If you are an experienced builder or competent DIY enthusiast then it is feasible for you to self-install but we would insist the work is overseen by one of preferred dealers. Apart from installing the basic pool structure you will need guidance on installing the filtration and optional equipment such as heating, heat retention covers and basic maintenance.

Optional Extras


Your pool dealer will be able to add the following items to your pool.

  • Stainless Steel Fittings: Upgrade all the standard white ABS fittings to stainless steel!
  • Why not turn you pool into an exercise machine.
  • Enclosures available for year round swimming.
  • Natural Stone Borders available.
  • XPS Insulation boards- to retain even more heat. Ideal for indoor pools (Part L compliant).
  • Electric In-built Slatted Cover System.
  • Hydraulic Fabric Safety Cover,
  • Manually Operated Safety Cover.

One Piece Standard Luxe Models

All prices excludes VAT @ 20%
Delivery - POA


Size: 5000 x 2650 x 1400 mm

Weight: 400 kg

Price: £8,600


Size: 6000 x 3000 x 1450 mm

Weight: 500 kg

Price: £10,165


Size: 7650 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 790 kg

Price: £14,650


Size: 8200 x 3500 x 1550 mm

Weight: 740 kg

Price: £14,680


Size: 8000 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 800 kg

Price: £15,330


Size: 9500 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 950 kg

Price: £17,230


Size: 6500 x 3300 x 1500 mm

Weight: 750 kg

Price: £13,105


Size: 7500 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 820 kg

Price: £15,815


Size: 8500 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 920 kg

Price: £17,400


Size: 10000 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 1050 kg

Price: £19,720


Size: 6700 x 3700 x 1380 mm

Weight: 750 kg

Price: £13,725

Luxe Pools with In-Built Slatted Covers

All prices excludes VAT @ 20%
Delivery - POA



GARDA 800 with pit

Size: 8000 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 800 kg

Price: £16,715

GARDA 950 with pit

Size: 9500 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 950 kg

Price: £18,615



WANARKA 750 with pit

Size: 6500 x 3700 x1500 mm

Weight: 750 kg

Price: £14,320

WANARKA 820 with pit

Size: 7500 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 820 kg

Price: £17,225

WANARKA 920 with pit

Size: 8500 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 920 kg

Price: £18,795

WANARKA 1000 with pit

Size: 10000 x 3700 x 1500 mm

Weight: 1050 kg

Price: £20,960



Size: 6700 x 3700 1380 mm

Weight: 750 kg

Price: £14,945