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After years of research and development, Kafko has produced a new generation of unique polymer inground pools on the market. This new concept of flexible panels (patented) allows the creation of endless shapes to better meet today's consumer tastes. Our award winning polymer panels are strong and durable. Made of stable, non-biodegradable polymer foams, greatly increases the longevity of the pool. In addition, the cellular structure acts as a thermal screen withholding heat in the pool and blocking the penetrating cold from the surrounding soils.
"P" stands for polymer, and that stands for "permanent." It also stands for "Pleasant Pools," whose pools are manufactured with exclusive Multi-Flex Polymer technology that takes that polymer recipe and makes extremely strong, durable, and flexible products.
You may not know Multi-Flex Polymer from Spandex, but it makes all the difference. It won't rust or corrode, won't warp or dent, and won't chip or crack. What it does is stay strong and flexible for decades.
Your pool will get a lot of support from Pleasant Pools, including what you can't even see. Let us explain the Multi-Flex Polymer difference.
Multi-Flex Support System
|Unique Multi-Flex panels create maximum flexibility in wall panels, allowing you to design a vinyl pool in nearly any shape or size.|
X-Braces are integrated into a permacrete pool base, permacrete patio, and permacrete bond beam.
Kafko Multi-Flex pools are top of the line.
- Computer aided design
- Structural engineered resins for Kafko products
- Strong, yet resilient
- Won’t rust, oxidize, or degrade. All of this means less maintenance and more time to actually enjoy our pool.
And if you ever do have a concern, Pleasant Pools, around since 1978, will continue to be around to make sure it isn’t a problem.
Why Kafko Multi-Flex from Pleasant Pools?
Here's how one family decided.
"With any relationship, there are always things you’re just going to have to deal with. And with any pool, you have to clean it, add chemicals, and give general TLC.
However, high-maintenance-types can be a real pain, and my family knew we didn’t need the hassle.
That ruled out fiberglass and gunite/concrete. I don’t want to lose a pool to acid washing, like with gunite. I don’t want to worry about anything cracking up–namely, me–when the fiberglass shell starts shifting. And I don’t want to bandage scraped knees and elbows from rough surfaces.
Steel was out, too. It might have a soft liner, but what lies beneath isn’t always pretty. Steel can dent, bulge, or even rust out, making for a real disaster."