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Two Brothers Pavers and Pools
Two Brothers
If you're looking for a swimming pool company serving Springboro, Centerville, Mason, Loveland, Lebanon and surrounding areas that offer the perfect balance of design capabilities, customer service and quality of installation, Two Brothers Pavers and Pools is your best choice.
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We specialize in the design and installation of outdoor living spaces incorporating swimming pools, hardscapes, landscapes, lighting, cover and shade structures and many other features. We install inground, fiberglass swimming pools in Centerville, Springboro, Cincinnati, Loveland, Mason, Lebanon, Waynesville, West Chester, Liberty Township and surrounding areas.

We strongly believe that fiberglass pools offer the most value, longevity and ease of maintenance and installation compared to liner and gunite-style swimming pools.

Our process begins by designing a well-thought-out space complete with construction drawings ready to submit to zoning and the building department for approval. While we're waiting for approval, we'll work through material choices and finalize other details of your project.

With Two Brothers Pavers and Pools, we are turnkey. Unlike most pool companies, we'll assist you with all facets of the project. This includes the fence, pool deck, electricity, landscaping, etc.

Fiberglass Pool Designs
  • The C Series

    Pool Size: 16 x 35 | 16 x 40
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    The C Series features a tanning ledge, generous bench seat, and stunning curve appeal while providing more swim space than any other pool in its class.

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  • The I Series

    Pool Size: 12 x 25 | 14 x 30
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    The I Series strikes the perfect balance between curve appeal and swim space.

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  • The D Series

    Pool Size:
    12 x 24 | 15 x 28 | 15 x 32 | 16 x 36 | 16 x 40

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    Adults can lounge and relax, kids can splash and play, and both discover a new dimension of the backyard pool experience with the D Series.

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  • The R Series

    Pool Sizes:
    10 x 20 | 12 x 24 | 15 x 28 | 15 x 32 | 16 x 36 | 16 x 40

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    The R Series features ample seating areas, a vast pool interior, and sleek clean lines.

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  • The L Series

    Pool Size: 16 x 36
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    A timeless design with relevant features, the L36 model showcases a grand tanning ledge, sizable deep end bench, and roomy pool interior.

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  • The T Series

    Pool Size: 16 x 40 x 8'6" Deep
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    The T40 model is 6" deeper than most of the fiberglass deep end pools on the market, with a shallow end 30% larger than the industry standard.

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  • The M Series

    Pool Size: 10 x 25 | 14 x 35
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    Looking for a modern design that can host the perfect evening party after the workout is complete? The M Series features a tanning ledge, spacious bench seating and a dedicated swim lane.

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Fiberglass Pool Colors
  • Arctic Shimmer (standard)
  • Azure
  • California
  • Caribbean Sparkle (standard)
  • Granite Gray
  • Graphite
  • Maya (standard)
  • Ocean Shimmer
  • Sandstone Shimmer
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What We Think About
  • A Guide to Fiberglass Pool Costs

    One of the first questions potential pool owners want to know when they call our company is: How much does a fiberglass pool cost?
    Although this is a very difficult question to answer, I will try to do my best here to explain some general pricing guidelines.
    The purchase of a swimming pool is much like the purchase of a vehicle or even a home. With so many options available, price ranges can vary drastically.
  • Fiberglass vs. Vinyl Liner vs. Concrete Pools: An Honest Comparison
    This article is my effort to provide an objective source of information about the three types of inground swimming pools.
    The approach is simple. I list the advantages and disadvantages of fiberglass inground pools, vinyl liner pools, and concrete pools...then back off so you can form your own opinion.
  • Can You Build a Pool in the Winter or Fall?
    We think spring and summer are fantastic seasons for pool building. The weather is usually perfect for inground pool construction.
    But we also see a lot of benefits to fall and winter installations. In this article, we're going to answer whether you can do a winter or fall pool installation, what the benefits are, and the pros and cons of building your inground pool in the off-season.