AboveGroundPoolReviews.org’s Heritage Pool Rating: 4.5/5 stars
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The Heritage Above Ground Pools are some of the larger pools you’ll find. There’s plenty of room to swim, exercise, play games, or just relax.
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Heritage Above Ground Swimming Pool Review Highlights & Takeaways
At the higher-end of the price scale for above ground pools – expect to spend about $2,500 to $5,000 – the Heritage Georgian is built with sturdy, heavy duty materials that should stand up to the elements and reasonable abuse. This is an above ground pool that is likely to last longer than some of the lower end models.
Like Embassy pools, Heritage is another great permanent pool option for your backyard.
Given its sturdy construction and connections, the Heritage is not an above ground that will be easy to take up and down every season. However, the manufacturer provides specific instructions for winterizing the pool to ensure it’ll be protected from the elements through the winter and minimize the risk of damage to the liner, filter, and supports. Check the manual for details.
The resin connecting components, galvanized steel walls, and stainless steel hardware are designed to stand up to the elements and hold up against rust and corrosion. Your Heritage above ground swimming pool is built to last.
The ladder included in the pool set features a flip-up staircase on the outside to prevent small children from entering the pool. On the inside of the ladder, there’s an anti-entrapment wall to keep swimmers from getting stuck from under the ladder.
With the pump and filter included with the pool, you’ll be ready to use it very soon after set up.
Heritage Above Ground Pool Reviews
Check out what owners of the Heritage above ground pools have to say.
Positive Customer Reviews
Owners shared the following positive reviews about Heritage above ground pools.
- Very large, great for entertaining.
- Sturdy enough to winterize and leave up year-round.
- Great for laps and exercise.
- Beautiful design.
- Good quality pump and filter system.
Negative Customer Reviews
Customers had the following critical reviews for the Heritage above ground pools.
- Fairly difficult set up, not great for first timers.
- Ladder can feel somewhat shaky.
- Ships in multiple boxes.
- Some have experienced shipping issues with this product.
Heritage Above Ground Pool Options & Packages
Heritage above ground pools are available in both round and oval shapes with prices ranging from $2,500 to $5,000.
Round pools are available in the following sizes:
- 15′ round, 52″ deep
- 18′ round, 52″ deep
- 24′ round, 52″ deep
Oval pools are available in the following sizes:
- 12′ x 24′, 52″ deep
- 15′ x 30′, 52″ deep
- 18′ x 33′, 52″ deep
- 18′ x 45′, 52″ deep
What Comes in the Heritage Above Ground Pool Set?
The Heritage above ground pool sets usually include:
- Heavy-duty galvanized steel structure and supports
- Sand filter
- Pool ladder
- 20 year warranty
- Durable liner
- Installation video.
NOTE: Above ground pool sets may vary depending on the seller and size of pool you choose.
Heritage Above Ground Pool Installation
To install the Heritage Georgian pool’s connector components and walls, you’ll need:
- A screwdriver.
Set up of a pool this size will likely require a few people.
This pool boasts a 30 Year Manufacture’s warranty. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s installation and set up instructions as failing to do so may void your warranty.
These are relatively difficult pools to install if you don’t have experience. Consider hiring a professional.
Installation Tips from Owners of the Heritage Above Ground Pool
- Be careful not to strip the screws upon installation. You’ll need to apply pressure as you drive the screws in.
- When you receive your pool, be sure to inspect the packaging and all components for damage and make sure everything is included in the package.
- Ensure you level your ground properly.