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Engineered to Last

Radiant Pools uses the same technology required to manufacture airplanes and spacecrafts, to make the only swimming pools using an R-10 structural insulated panel. These 2″ thick wall panels are constructed of EPS foam insulation core bonded between sheets of durable acrylic coated aluminum. The patented bonding process that joins the three layers creates a rigid wall that is far stronger than its component parts, and is made of materials that will last forever. This aerospace engineered wall panel is also incredibly lightweight and easy to handle for quick installation.

The Radiant Pool wall is stronger than steel or polymer and will never rust, warp or crack. The acrylic-coated aluminum walls resist oxidation and corrosion and provide extra liner protection. All aluminum components make this pool completely rust free.

The Radiant insulated wall panels help keep the water warmer longer, keeping water temperatures 5 to 10 degrees warmer than traditional pools. This also can extend the swimming season by up to 2 months.

It’s combination of strength, lightness and resistance to stress, corrosion and heat loss makes the Radiant Pool the smart backyard investment.

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Save $1000’s on heating costs!

ENERGY STAR helps people make smart choices that protect the environment while saving energy and money.

Radiant Pools insulated walls resist heat loss from the water to the soil more efficiently than any other type of pool wall. Heat gained from the sun is retained, maintaining water temperature even overnight, when other types of pools lose up to 10 degrees F.

The Radiant insulated wall panels help the water heat up faster and keep the water warmer longer, extending the swimming season by up to 2 months! With the superior heat retention properties of a Radiant Pool, you can swim during the entire swimming season without the need of a heater. Save $1000’s on heating costs!

The water temperature you desire for your swimming pool directly affects your energy cost if you use a gas or heat pump pool heater. Pool water temps typically range from 78*F to 82*F. The American Red Cross recommends a temperature of 78*F for competitive swimming. However, most people prefer water temperature of 80*F or higher.

With an insulated Radiant Pool, the average pool owner can save up to 25% on their annual swimming pool heating cost. A Radiant pool owner in Boston, MA, using a gas heater, will save approximately $655 per year which adds up to $13,100 over 20 years.

Radiant Pools is the only swimming pool manufacturer in the industry to become an ENERGY STAR Partner, committed to promoting energy efficiency and the future of our planet.

Gone Green!

It is time to think smart. It’s time to invest green. It is important now, more than ever, to consider how your individual consumer choices affect climate change. Radiant Pools’ R-10 insulated wall panels make it the only pool on the market that is truly energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

It’s how you want to buy, smart and responsibly. You can add value to your property and your life without adding to your footprint. Radiant Pools are constructed using Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) and aluminum. EPS foam contains no ozone damaging CFC’s or HCFC’s and is 100% recyclable.

Aluminum is the most commonly recycled post-consumer metal in the world. The history, and success, of the aluminum industry is based on its ability to promote energy conservation and waste reduction within the industry itself and amoung Canadian and American consumers.

Radiant Pools is a proud member of the US Green Building Council, a national coalition of leaders from across the residential and commercial building industry working to promote building materials and practices that are environmentally responsible, profitable and healthy.