Fibreglass Pools Cape Town

Welcome to Sundance Pools

Sundance Pools has a large, affordable range of fibreglass swimming pools in a variety of shapes and sizes covering every taste and lifestyle that can be delivered through our network of agents and excellent transport infrastructure through-out South Africa at the most competitive swimming pool prices.

Sundance Pools arranges non-potable water to be used to fill your new pool. Water is delivered to site in tanker trucks and no household potable water is used during the installation.

Water Restrictions

Pool Repairs and Services

We also offer pool repair services, renovationsswimming pool filter installations, as well as fibreglass pool linings to give your old, retired swimming pool a new lease on life! Not to mention adding value to your property.

Sundance Pools are members of the National Spa and Pool Industry of South Africa (NSPI) which ensures that manufacturing and installation standards, as well as business ethics, are maintained at the highest level. Contact Sundance Pools today for an obligation free quote of the most affordable swimming pool prices Cape Town and South Africa has to offer.

Sundance Pools Swimming Pools

Swimming Pools

Did you know…

The very first swimming pool, the “great bath”, is the earliest public water tank in the ancient world, existing over 5000 years ago in the Pakistani city of Mohenjo-daro. Most scholars agree that this swimming pool would have been used for special religious functions using the water to purify and renew the wellbeing of the bathers.

However, the most well-known swimming pools in history come from the ancient Greeks and Romans. As individual wealth increased so did the standard of living, allowing them to afford luxuries such as swimming pools. In the 6th to 8th Century BC, the ancient Greeks had public places for training athletes. The most paramount of these being swimming pools, used not only for swimming, but for bathing and socialising too.

Swimming pools went mainstreamed in America after World War II, and with the advent of Hollywood movies, they naturally became a status symbol.  Swimming pools evolved as a viable consumer purchase as people realised they could take a backyard ‘holiday’ in their very own garden.

A swimming pool can now be found in almost every country throughout the world, helping home owners to improve the value of their houses and create an air of leisure and entertainment for the whole family. A proud moment in South African history is the invention of the Kreepy Krauly by Ferdinand Chauvier in 1974. This amazing forward thinking device takes the hassle out of swimming pool cleaning, revolutionising the international swimming pool industry.