The swimming pool design is one of the most important decisions you can make, as everything from the construction to the required level of maintenance is affected. And it's even more important when you consider the fact that of all the things associated with your pool, this is the one thing that cannot be changed.
As you think about what you want, you will also want to take into consideration where in your yard you want to put the pool. Some things to take into consideration when placing a pool in your yard.
Once your specific pool construction site is selected, this may help to drive the pool design. Depending on the space, it may become obvious that a smaller Kidney or Lagoon shape would fit best or tie in with existing landscape or a smaller rectangle with a automatic cover option. Or maybe you have plenty of room and decide to build a large figure eight or L-shape. There aren't any wrong or right answers here, it is all up to you.
If you want a pool with a diving board - this would be considered a Traditional deep end hopper bottom pool. A diving board requires a larger pool: Rectangle, L-Shape, or Larger Free Form pools are good examples. If you prefer a pool without a diving end: A sport bottom or level bottom pools are great for volleyball, basketball or other pool games. These types of pools are more popular today providing more playable, usable area, but these pools are non-diving swimming pools. Shape & size will determine if a pool can be a Traditional diving pool.
Taking a look at some basic pool designs, we can see the different ways to configure the swimming pool depth. It would break down like this:
By adding various features, you can give your pool more personality than you thought possible. Waterfalls and walls of water can give it a tropical feel. Slides and water fountains can make it feel like a water park. Stretching a volleyball net across the pool will make it exciting to sports enthusiasts. Adding colored underwater lighting will provide a touch of comfort and mystique. An Automatic safety pool cover can add another layer of protection and saves up to 70% of heat loss.
Many of our customers wish to use a pool for exercise, and a smaller pool will not let them do laps. But, there is no need to fret as there is an easy solution to this. We have a solution with our Exercise Pool which allow you to "swim in place against an adjustable flow.
We have a have a portfolio of pools that we have built, please take time to browse through our pool gallery these can help you select what you would like
Lastly, everyone knows that it is an absolute necessity to keep chemicals in your pool to reduce bacteria and algae growth. There are many choices in this arena, which we will discuss with you. Some are high maintenance but offer benefits of being less harsh to skin and suits, others are more traditional and less costly. Please see our Maintenance and Services sections for further details.
Maintaining your pool is very important. You have just spent a lot of money on your pool, you will want to take care of your investment. It is quite simple and takes very little time and maintenance to take care of your pool.
If you simply don't want to worry about doing the ongoing maintenance, let us take care of it. Having us service your pool, will guarantee that we know the ins and outs of your pool and will be there if anything needs attention.