Model # NB1248
Alternate Part #'s PMATYM183354RRRRRS
TOP QUALITY RESIN POOL HAS A BEAUTIFUL APPEARANCE AND IS TAYLOR-MADE FOR THE DO-IT-YOURSELFER
Enhanced Structural Polymer Components
Can the Matrix 18x33 considered 'all resin' and be used with salt water system?
Hi, Ed. Yes, the Matrix pool is saltwater compatible.
Can this pool be up year around in a climate where it will freeze?
Hi, Brad. This pool can be left up year round as long as it is properly winterized and covered.
Can this pool be buried in ground about 1 to 2 feet?
Hi Donnell, If you bury this pool 1 to 2 feet into the ground it will void the warranty.
i am looking for a complete salt water oval or rectangle pool 16x36x54. I would love to find a deep end above ground pool, is that possible?
That is possible with an expandable liner. That requires some digging.
WHAT IS THE WALL MADE OF?
Hi Robin, The Matrix pool wall is made with steel.
can this pool be partially inground?
Yes, But we do not recommend this as it will void your warranty.
(5 out of 5 stars) Beautiful Well Made Pool
Reviewed By: Bob B. from Plymouth, MI ()
Pros: Beautiful Design/ Well-made
Cons: Instructions are not for beginners
We replaced our aging pool with the Matrix 18 x 33 pool this last summer. It is incredibly well built and beautiful to look at. My wife and I successfully installed this pool with no previous experience. My only complaint is the instructions are written for professional installers and for a variety of Matrix pools. With a little patience and trial-and-error, we were able to interpret the instructions. Cannot say enough about Inyo pools and their help when asked!
(5 out of 5 stars) Matrix 18 x 33 Pool
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I love it, or more importantly, my Granddaughter loves it. Was initially concerned when I saw all the plastic parts, but when they are all assembled, this thing is solid as a rock. Inyo Pools were great to deal with. Had a couple of very minor issues (scratched / missing pieces) and Inyo helped get them sent to me promptly. Only complaint with pool was that the assembly instructions could have been better, but with Youtube, who needs instruction sheets? Invite some strong buddies over when you get ready to unroll the metal wall. Also, when you install the liner, be SURE to mark the center of each round end and precisely center it up at each end of the pool. Otherwise, you will be chasing wrinkles in the floor for hours (or days...) A transit makes setup easier, and you'll be glad you used one when you fill it up and see the top of the water lined up with the lines on the pool liner all the way around the pool. My only other advice is to get the biggest one biggest one you have room for and can afford. I bought the 18 x 33, and kind of wish I had bought the 18 x 40 - would not have taken much more work to install.
(5 out of 5 stars) Easy to build
Reviewed By: Brian C. from Saint Joseph, MO ()
The local pool dealer wanted $5000 to put this together for me. I spent a little extra time and built it myself. It went together in no time. Hardest part was making sure the ground was all level and digging out for the concrete blocks.