How to achieve your perfect swimming pool
Whether you prefer a more traditional, roman pool, or a large, modern, stainless steel pool, you cannot deny that there is something truly exhilarating about the thought of owning your own swimming pool. Not too long ago, this dream may have seemed unachievable, but thanks to the ever improving nature of the technologies and construction techniques involved, more and more customers are enjoying the luxury of a bespoke pool in their home.
Despite the rapidly changing design trends, swimming pools are something that always have and always will be stunning. Regardless of the style you go for, your pool is something that you can look forward to using every day of the year. Refining the final design and establishing the final details are important steps when creating your pool, which is why our designers work with you to help you achieve your perfect swimming pool. But for now, here are a few factors you can consider to help choose the perfect pool for you.
Choose your style
One of the first major decisions to make when choosing a pool is the style. There a huge range of styles available, from the traditional roman end pool, to the modern stainless steel spa pools. Each style of pool has its own unique features and advantages and you could easily spend hours browsing through the different variations and assessing which is right for you, so it’s important to understand what your requirements are.
Some of the most popular variations of pool are the traditional Roman pools, the stainless steel pool, infinity pool, lap pool and the hydrotherapy pools. While these each offer their own unique properties and advantages, this will ultimately come down to your personal preference and budget, so take a look at the options available and choose a few that you like the look of.
Location, location, location
One of the major factors that will narrow down your choice of pool style is the space you have available. If space is limited, you may be looking for a pool that can use the space available more efficiently. If this is the case, a more traditional rectangular pool can ensure that you are achieving the maximum pool size in your allocated space. Alternatively, if space is not a limiting factor and you would prefer to take a more creative approach, you can design a freeform pool which can be more unique and tailored to the user’s preference, serving as a display of your creativity and personal style.
Another big factor to consider when it comes to location is whether you would prefer, or have the room for, an indoor pool or whether you would prefer an outdoor pool. This, much like the other factors on this list, comes down to personal preference, and budget. Installing an above ground pool can save on costs and allow for easier maintenance but more and more people are favouring the luxury and the uniform aesthetic of the in-ground pool.
Once you’ve decided on the perfect pool for you, it’s time to speak to an expert. Why not get in contact with our fantastic team today to begin the process of designing and installing your pool? Explore our range of pools and discover how an enclosure can allow you to make the most of your pool all year round by visiting our website here today.