While this page is titled Buster Crabbe Pool Reviews, it is also an MGK Pool Reviews page. All my MGK Pools are rebranded Buster Crabbe Pools. I sell their pools and pools they manufacture exclusively for me all across the country, but at the end of the day, they are the manufacturer and I am essentially just one of their many dealers.
Buster Crabbe Pools is also known as Aquasport Pools LLC out of New Brunswick NJ. I am writing this post as a dealer of their swimming pools and it is my hope that my customers and other Buster Crabbe Pool customers will leave an honest review here below in the comments.
I know it is only with unbias feedback that people become comfortable learning about an online company. It is only with unsolicited individual evaluations that people can trust the source. And while this page is hosted by me, I will not cut or edit any review left here by you.
When you do research and come across some information that sounds compelling, it makes sense to do some additional checking up on that company and see what experiences others have had with them before giving over your hard-earned cash. If you have any questions about my company and my relationship with Buster Crabbe Pools. I hope you call Greg or Andrew or Steve over there at the plant and check me out… The number is (732) 247-6298.
I wrote all about Buster Crabbe Pools in this article a while back, click Here if you want to read more about them. I want this page to serve as a place to leave reviews. You might know some of their pool names such as The Admirals Walk, Aquasport 52, Sandora, Neptune, Grande. Or you may know some of my names for them such as the Lamark, Atlas, Dauntless etc…
Why I Know Buster Crabbe Pools Are The Best
If you had my experiences over the past 30 years, you would understand this is not an opinion, not simply what I think, it is a fact. I didn’t install above ground pools that were made 40-60 years ago, but I sure did work on the only ones left standing when I got into the business 30 years ago. When it was time for a repair or a new liner I got to know them really well.
Most of the really old pools were made out of aluminum. Even back then they had rolled wall and slat wall pools made out of aluminum. They had steel rolled wall pools too, but these didn’t last for me to work on. Most old above ground pools were all built at the end of WWII. That’s why they were aluminum, steel was expensive after the war. Again this is a fact not an opinion!
Buster Crabbe Pools decide way back at the beginning they were going to sell a quality pool at a fair price and nothing has changed since. This is why most of their pools are still aluminum. The only people shitting on aluminum pools don’t sell one. Just ask them! They will say oh well they cost more and there is no difference which is total BS.
I use to sell a lot of the other companies swimming pools because they were thrown in my face by distributors. I met Greg and Bobby at the Atlantic City Pool and Spa Show and within one year I never sold another brand, nor will I. The only pools I would consider selling are some of the Intex models, as I think they are an incredible value. You only get a few years out of them and their filters suck, but you cant go wrong for the money.